I absolutely love the look of organic weddings so I decided to create an easy DIY that would match this wedding theme. I have seen these marble place cards floating around the internet and decided to use my Cricut to make a budget friendly version. By using your Cricut machine you can save money on a calligrapher and make a ton of these place cards quick! Read on below to learn how to make these marble place cards using your Cricut! If you liked this DIY make sure to check out our DIY marble coasters and DIY beach wedding place cards!
For this project I purchased a font to give it a handwritten feel. But many readers have had trouble printing this thin font. If you have trouble weeding and printing thin font then I suggest using Babette font within Design Space as it is thicker and easier to print on vinyl. If you plan to make multiple place cards then I suggest using a block font like Cricut Sans. Simply type up your names in Design Space. Drag your names to 2″ by 3″. This is the perfect size for 4″ marble tiles. Add your gold vinyl to the cutting mat and move your Cricut dial to vinyl. Load your cutting mat and press the flashing Cricut button to begin cutting! Once your Cricut has finished cutting out your place card design use the weeding tool to carefully remove the negative space.Place transfer tape over your gold vinyl and use the scraper to re-enforce the design on to your transfer tape. I often find it is hard to get all of the vinyl to stick to the transfer tape when the letters are thin and delicate so this tool is invaluable!Place your design over a marble tile and smooth on using the scraper tool. Carefully remove the transfer tape to reveal your finished place card!
Silk linens, farm chairs, and lots of greenery would make these marble place cards pop and complete the organic look! Get even more Cricut wedding day ideas HERE!
Photography + Styling: Gillian Ellis Photography | Supplies: Cricut Maker | 4″ Marble Tiles | Gold Vinyl | | Cricut Tools | Adhesive Cutting Mat | Transfer Tape
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