Holiday Cards made with Cricut Foil Transfer Kit


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Here's a gorgeous foiled Cricut-made card that takes 5 minutes to make. Just keep your machine working while you clean the kitchen or make a pumpkin pie and you'll have a stack of holidays ready to go in just an afternoon...plus, your kitchen will be clean and you'll have a pie!

Holiday Cards made with Cricut Foil Transfer Kit

Hi friends! I'm so excited for this weekend--but you know what that means? Christmas is right around the corner! If you like to make holiday cards and gifts you need to get started early so you can enjoy the holiday season with less stress and last minute deadlines. 

Here's a gorgeous foiled Cricut-made card that takes 5 minutes to make. Just keep your machine working while you clean the kitchen or make a pumpkin pie and you'll have a stack of holidays ready to go in just an afternoon...plus, your kitchen will be clean and you'll have a pie!

Cricut released this Foil Transfer Kit last year and it is a no-heat solution for shimmery foil effects.  Get the FOIL TRANSFER KIT now at a great discounted price!!!

Cricut released this Foil Transfer Kit last year and it is a no-heat solution for shimmery foil effects. 
Get the FOIL TRANSFER KIT now at a great discounted price!!!






Supplies Needed for Foil Cards:

Cardstock Paper
Adhesive

Supplies Needed for Foil Cards: Cricut Machine Cricut Foil Transfer Kit Cardstock Paper Adhesive

Step 1: Read Directions

I know right? This is the step that no one really wants to do. Cricut has made using their tools so effortless, you just have to look at the instruction page. The Cricut Foil Transfer Kit comes with 3 sizes of tips and the housing. It also includes 6 gold foil sheets, 6 silver foil sheets and tape for the edges.

Open up Cricut Design Space and search for a "DRAW ONLY" image. Find an image you like and add it to your canvas.

Then click on the "linetype" tab and select the foil setting with the size nib you are using. Then the program renders the design for the foil tool and it's ready to size for drawing.

Step 1: Read Directions I know right? This is the step that no one really wants to do. Cricut has made using their tools so effortless, you just have to look at the instruction page. The Cricut Foil Transfer Kit comes with 3 sizes of tips and the housing. It also includes 6 gold foil sheets, 6 silver foil sheets and tape for the edges.  Open up Cricut Design Space and search for a "DRAW ONLY" image. Find an image you like and add it to your canvas.  Then click on the "linetype" tab and select the foil setting with the size nib you are using. Then the program renders the design for the foil tool and it's ready to size for drawing.

Step 2: Insert Foil Tool

Cricut Design Space will instruct you to select the type of base you are foiling. I am doing cardstock, but can't wait to try some leather! 

Then it will instruct you to insert the foil tool into slot B of the machine, in this case a Maker. 


Step 2: Insert Foil Tool Cricut Design Space will instruct you to select the type of base you are foiling. I am doing cardstock, but can't wait to try some leather!   Then it will instruct you to insert the foil tool into slot B of the machine, in this case a Maker.

Step 3: Place the Foil

Use a light grip mat and place down the paper. Then tape the foil on top of the paper with the adhesive strips included in the Cricut Foil Transfer Kit.

Insert the mat into the Cricut Machine and click Go!

Make sure to stay close to make sure the project is working properly...once you've got it down, go clean up the kitchen while the Transfer tool does it's thing! 

Remove the mat from the machine, remove the paper from the mat by rolling the mat off the back of the paper. 

Then trim the sides and mount the paper onto a card. I added a metallic layer of paper for extra pizzazz! I love how elegant and simple it turned out and can't wait to make a bunch for holiday cards and gift tags.

How will you use the Cricut Foil Transfer Kit?

Step 3: Place the Foil Use a light grip mat and place down the paper. Then tape the foil on top of the paper with the adhesive strips included in the Cricut Foil Transfer Kit.  Insert the mat into the Cricut Machine and click Go!  Make sure to stay close to make sure the project is working properly...once you've got it down, go clean up the kitchen while the Transfer tool does it's thing!   Remove the mat from the machine, remove the paper from the mat by rolling the mat off the back of the paper.   Then trim the sides and mount the paper onto a card. I added a metallic layer of paper for extra pizzazz! I love how elegant and simple it turned out and can't wait to make a bunch for holiday cards and gift tags.  How will you use the Cricut Foil Transfer Kit?

For a limited time get the Cricut Foil Transfer Kit for $27.99 instead of $39.99! Great way to add some glam to your projects!

How to use the Cricut Foil Transfer kit to add metallic foil accents to your projects easily with no heat!

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Make holiday cards using the Cricut Foil Transfer Kit. This tool makes adding shimmery metallic foil a breeze with no heat application!


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