Double Sided Card with Cricut Print then Cut
BONUS: Envelope @ the end
Printable Card Stock
Printer
Light Grip Mat
Score Blade
Printable Card Stock
Printer
Light Grip Mat
Score Blade
Cardstock
Cricut Brayer
Scotch Double Sided Tape Runner
Cricut Access
Cricut Machine
Cricut Design Space
Start by adding a “Square”. Resize. My card is 4x4 (closed) so I made a 4x8 rectangle. Duplicate.
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Add all of your designs. The front of your card will be on the right side of one rectangle.
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When finished designing FLATTEN all of your designs onto each rectangle. WITHOUT SCORE LINES.
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LAST: Add vertical score lines. Attach to each. I make mine slightly longer than the card.
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Make It & go to 2nd mat. Drag design to the bottom left. The 2 mats should mirror each other.
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Bleed on. Open system dialog to change printer settings. I choose “other matte inkjet papers” PRINT!
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Once printed, pull it out & stick it back into the tray without rotating. Side last out goes in 1st.
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Put it on your mat oriented so that the black print margins are located in the top left of your mat.
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Make sure to insert the correct tool when prompted. Score wheel & fine point blade.
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Fold at score line. ALL DONE! No need to cut again because the design is double sided.
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To make an envelope start by adding a template from access images or uploading a purchased file.
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Ensure correct sizing by placing a square in the center the size of your closed card. Mine is 4x4.
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Add Cardstock color of choice to mat and score/cut.
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Fold at score lines. Add scotch tape runner to folds and tape in place.
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Add your card and seal with tape runner when ready!
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