This is a Pinterest inspired card design but I thought it was just too cute so I had to turn it into a cut file. The perfect card for Lego fans both young and old!
Just cut and layer. I took all of my "lego" blocks and the sentiment and laid them out on my top layer to get the alignment right and then picked up each piece one at a time and then glued it down. For the little circles (use a mat with very little sticky left) I used washi tape to pick them up off the mat so they would stay aligned then I flipped the tape over and added some foam dots to the back of each circle before I applied them to the blocks. I finished it off using a white gel pen for the "shine".
This project is only available for Cricut Design Space. You can grab the file from here.
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Hi Teri, I really appreciate all your work you have done! I’m still not able to access this file even putting in the link
Vivian, can you give this file another try and let me know if it works now? Cricut had made some changes to the old community links but implemented another change a few days ago that was supposed to fix it.
It is saying that this project is saved as private and will not allow it to be opened.
This has been an ongoing issue with Design Space and they are still trying to track down the cause.
hi there – do you think you can upload this to the new design space? it wont let me open it since cricut has released their new software
Hi Amy. You can load DS2 project links in DS3 by replacing the URL with the new one. So you would replace the part of the URL all the way up to the number with https://design.cricut.com/#/design/xxxxxx. The link for this project would be https://design.cricut.com/#/design/54719102. Hope that helps!
hi teri ~
thank you so much for your reply and your kindness 🙂 much appreciated.
Thank you for sharing.
Thank you! This is so cute!
You’re very welcome. ?