Cowboy Wedding Card – Cricut Tutorial

November 7, 2020

A Cowboy Wedding Card?

In this tutorial, I will show you how to make this cowboy wedding card design using elements from Cricut Design Space.  I will show you how to remove what you don’t need, add what you do, and create a design that you love!

Why a cowboy wedding card? Well, it’s what you need when a cowboy gets married, right?  I needed a wedding card fit for a true Texan, but there was nothing in Cricut Design Space that I thought would work.

So, I created my own design using a bunch of different elements from Design Space and made it into exactly what I needed.

Cowboy wedding card
Cowboy wedding card interior

Don't Feel Limited By Design Space Designs

Need something special?  Make your own! 

I’m not a big fan of taking the straight-up design out of Cricut Design Space and running with it.  

You may have seen evidence of this in some of my previous projects, like the Mother’s Day gift box, or the Grill Master birthday card.

One reason I really like my Cricut is that I have the ability to make changes.  You’re not stuck with the designs you are given, you are limited only by your own ideas.  I often find myself looking at a project and thinking “that would be an awesome card if…”, or “I wish this design had…”

So I’m going to show you the process I took to make that happen to make this cowboy wedding card!

I Saved the Cowboy Wedding Card Design for You! Link Below

I love to share learnings, and I love to show you guys the process for things, but I get it.  You’re busy.  I understand. 

If you don’t want to watch the whole video tutorial, but you just want the file, I will link it for you here. If you have Cricut Access, I think the whole file should be full of only free images.  If you don’t know what Cricut Access is, here is my affiliate link for info: 

Cricut Access 

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Let The Video Do the Talking

I’m going to let the tutorial video do all of the talking here.  I walk you through picking the objects I want (changing my mind a few times 🙂 ) and putting the design togther.

Next, I walk you through the construction of the card which is very simple and straightforward.

Materials used for this project are listed below.  Some links are affiliate links, and if you make a purchase through one of these links, I may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you.  If you do, thank you in advance for your support of this blog.

 

 

Cricut Explore Air 2: https://shrsl.com/2kzgv

Cricut Access: https://shrsl.com/27tq8

Cricut cardstock:  https://shrsl.com/21uhj

Wink of Stella glitter ink pen: https://amzn.to/3mWZCkD

Patterned paper with dark blue back:Natalie Maran Little Terrace pack  https://shrsl.com/27xjd

Precision tip glue bottles: https://amzn.to/2GC0X0W

Pearlescent cardstock: https://amzn.to/3mXZtO8

Foam squares:  https://shrsl.com/24rsx

Cat’s Eye Chalk Inks: https://amzn.to/3eMfWBt

Love, Amanda

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