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DIY Darling Dress Greeting Card Made With Your Cricut

How beautiful is this DIY Darling Dress Greeting Card made with your Cricut. I bought this lovely design from Dreaming Tree. I have seen so many beautiful renditions of this card in the Dreaming Tree Facebook group.

I’ve made three cards with this design, and I sent one of them to a friend for her birthday last year.

I can’t share the file with you but you can get the file from Dreaming Tree’s website. The other cool thing about Dreaming Tree is they have an instructional video for each of their projects. They are listed on the same page as the design file.

Supplies Needed For This Project

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Cricut Maker or Explore Air 2 

Standard Grip Mat

Cricut Tools

Black Cricut Pen

Decorative Cardstock

Plain Cardstock (for inside the card)

Liquid Adhesive

Pop Dots

Making the Darling Dress Greeting Card

It was pretty easy to make. I just watched the video and followed along. Before I cut out the card I added the sentiment in Design Space. This is where you need the black pen (or whatever color you want to use).

I used the bling from my stash to decorate the card. One thing I didn’t do was cut out the two foil pieces. I did cut them out in the other cards I made.

The finished card

The file does come with a really pretty envelope which I didn’t cut out for this card.

Here is one of the other cards I made last year. I made the envelope with this one.

The next time you are in need of a beautiful greeting card, definitely keep Dreaming Tree in mind. Their files cut like a dream and they are oh so pretty.

Have fun!

Until next time.


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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Shea

    I love this! I’m always a fan of 3-D cards and this design looks like fun to play with! I’ll go check them out! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Elaine

    Thank you so much!

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