Today I am going to show you how to make this beautiful Paper Flower Shadow Box using your Cricut. In this tutorial, we are going to go over how to make rolled paper roses and how to apply adhesive vinyl to glass!
Spring is FINALLY here and I am SO excited!
I cannot wait for all of the gorgeous flowers to start blooming, but figured I could make some pretty flower decor to add to my house while I wait for the outdoors to catch up!
This paper flower shadow box was so much fun to make and might be one of the prettiest projects I have made to-date!
You can grab the Live Life in Full Bloom cut files for this project below so you can make your own shadow box.
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SUPPLIES NEEDED TO MAKE A PAPER FLOWER SHADOW BOX USING YOUR CRICUT
- 65lb cardstock paper
- Glitter cardstock paper
- Mod Podge
- 8×8 shadow box
- White permanent adhesive vinyl
- Standard grip transfer tape
- Cricut cutting machine
- Lite grip cutting mat
- Standard grip cutting mat
- Weeding & Scraper Tools
- Brayer tool (optional)
- Cricut fine point blade (comes with machine)
- Cricut paper cutter
- Paper quilling tool
- Hot glue gun and glue
- Foam brushes for Mod Podge
- Rubbing alcohol
- Lint free cloth
GET THE LIVE LIFE IN FULL BLOOM CUT FILES
Live Life in Full Bloom Cut Files
Zip file includes: SVG, DXF, EPS, and PNG file formats. Can be cut on a Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore, Cricut Joy, Silhouette Cameo, or other machines that use these types of files.
This includes a small use commercial license so you can use these files for personal use or commercial use to make up to 200 handmade products.
Need help crafting with these files or your Cricut? Check out my Cricut Tutorials here.
HOW TO MAKE A PAPER FLOWER SHADOW BOX USING YOUR CRICUT
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HOW TO USE THIS CUT FILE:
You can use these files on your Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore, Cricut Joy, or other brands of electronic cutting machines that use the SVG file type.
If you need help downloading the files and uploading them to Cricut Design Space, I have a quick tutorial on how to do that here: How to Download SVG Files and Upload them to Cricut Design Space
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