Happy Sunday lovely folks! We’re over at Kirsty Allspopp’s Handmade Fair today with Cricut and we’re so excited to be sharing all of the awesome things this machine can do! If you’re around make sure you pop over and see us for a demonstration! You guys know that we absolutely adore to use the Cricut…Details
Aloha and happy Sunday beauts! We’re getting into the tropical spirit today with these pineapple save the dates! I absolutely love how summery these are and how cute the cut out font is! Here’s how you can make your own…
YOU WILL NEED:
Please note…you could do this without a Cricut if you really wanted to, just print the template out onto card and then use a cut out knife to remove the font and pineapple shape, this will however take a really, really, really, really long time!
Upload the template to your Cricut Design Space
Set the save the date to whatever size you like, ours was just under 4 inches wide. Then add in your names and date of your wedding in the correct places.Details
I don’t know about you but I would LOVE to see a wedding with the bridesmaids in patterned pineapple dresses! I think it’s a super fun idea, especially for the summer and having the pineapples in gold adds that touch of extra glamour to the dresses! Making your own couldn’t be easier either, here’s how to do it!
YOU WILL NEED:
A Cricut (We used the Explore Air) // Gold Iron On Transfer Paper // This template // A plain white dress // An Iron //
Alternatively if you don’t have a Cricut, simply print this template onto printable iron on paper and iron on! It won’t have the same glittery effect but it will still look super cute!
Upload the pineapple template to the Cricut Design Space and size it to around 2 inches wide. You’ll then want to copy and paste it to until you have enough to fill your mat with pineapples. We filled a 12 x 12 inch mat and that was enough to cover the entire front of the dress.
Load your mat into the machine with your gold iron paper and hit go!Details