How to print and cut on Cricut to make my card templates - follow my easy instructions step by step to get everything set up right in Cricut Design Space and then make the card.
Print and cut isn't difficult - certainly not for these card templates - you just need to know what to do!
So this page is your instruction page to help you make my print then cut card templates with no hassle!
Print then cut card templates for Cricut
Each of my print then cut card templates (you can see my range of designs here) is based on my basic card & envelope template - I've just added a different design to the print then cut feature - this means that it's the same basic instructions for all of the cards.
If you've made some of my paper-cut style cards before, you'll be familiar with the way of making the card and envelope - the print and cut technique gives a couple more steps to do, but don't worry they're easy and I'll show you how...
My instructions use Cricut Design Space, as that's what I used to make my cards. If you have another make of cutting machine with a print and cut function you'll be able to use my card templates - please follow your manufacturer's instructions for how to print and cut using your own machine, although you may find some helpful tips here to help you understand how to set up the files, including the print & score part of the instructions.
If you don't have a print and cut function on your machine, don't worry, as you can still use the card templates - just print them out to the correct size using your at-home printer and then cut them with a craft knife or craft guillotine.
Want to print out the instructions?
You can use the button below to print the page, also choosing which parts of the page you want to print. You can also find a print button on the top right of the page and again at the bottom of the content.