Today we’re continuing our series about using Cricut for your wedding. It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of using this device for DIY projects. (Check out some of our Cricut projects here – diy terracotta plates, marble place cards, and camping engagement) Having a Cricut just makes everything that much easier – especially wedding DIY projects! Today I’d like to talk about one of the least used features, print and cut. The print and cut feature is especially useful when you’re creating wedding projects.Skip the scissors and make these tags with your Cricut!
The print and cut feature works in partnership with your printer. You can use your printer to print different items, then the Cricut will recognize the printables and do all the cutting for you. No one wants to cut out 100 invitations by hand, so get a Cricut and let it do the work for you! You can create envelope liners, cake toppers, place cards, table numbers, the ideas are endless! Cake Topper via The Sweet Escape
Using the print and cut feature is incredibly easy and will save you tons of time. Next week I am going to share an easy DIY project with the print and cut feature. Today, enjoy some of my favorite DIY’s from around the web that you can easily create with print and cut!Envelope Liners via Glamour & Grace Mini Tissue Boxes via Something Turquoise // Table Numbers via Lia Griffith
Thank You Sign via Hey Lets Make Stuff
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.