Hey Everyone! Ken here with Ken's Kreations.
So when I was a kiddo I LOVED to color. I would rush home from school and spend hours with my Color-By-Numbers to create what I thought were masterpieces! Well why do we have to stop coloring when we grow up? Well lately the new trend is coloring for adults and Cricut jumped on the bandwagon.
I am so happy to present to you you my coloring card:
This card was very quick and easy since it uses the Print-Then-Cut Feature on the Cricut Explore. Cricut recently releases some amazing images that you can Print-Then-Cut and then color!
These are free in the Cricut Subscription and features 6 different designs, simply Print-Then-Cut the images on White Cardstock or Printable Vinyl and color the images in! For this specific card here are the instructions!
1) Bring in a square from the FREE shapes in Cricut Design Space and size at 5.5H X 4.25W.
2) Start by bringing in your choice of color image from Cricut Design Space.
3) Size the image to 4.25 wide and hit the duplicate button to make two of this and rotate the image 180 degrees.
4) Using the align tools in Cricut Design Space to align each image to the top and bottom of the card and middle.
5) Once you have your images placed correctly draw a box around all items and hit the flatten button.
6) Use your Cricut Explor to Print-Then-Cut the item on a High Quality Printer. Make sure to select print options and choose "photo paper". This will result in a high resolution print.
7) Use ShinHan Markers to color you image.
8) For the sentiment start with the Spellbinders Scallop Ovals in two different sizes and run the larger size with Black Cardstock and the smaller size with White Cardstock through your Cut-N-Boss.
9) Stamp the sentiment from the P.S. Greeting using Black Licorice Ink onto the White Cardstock label.
10) Raise each layer up from each other using Foam Squares.
11) Finish the card with some bling. Take some Nail Rhinestones and randomly adhere to the card.
This card was so fun and easy to make! My favorite things was the memories it brought back from my childhood of coloring. Who says you are too old to color?
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