Hello! Months ago I created some Alice in Wonderland cuts from the Cricut Disney Classics cartridge. I said then that I would probably use them on a tissue box cover. I FINALLY DID IT! It seemed to take forever to make the cover and to cut the background sheets and the edgings. But, now that I've done it I can go through the process fairly easily.
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The cuts from Cricut's Disney Classic cartridge (say that fast) range from 3.5 inches to 4 inches. For the vertical edges I cut a strip of paper 1.5 inches wide and used an edge punch on both sides of it. I scored down the middle and folded it so it would 'hug' the corners of the bos.
On top of the box I used the top of an actual tissue box to trace the oval opening and cut it out by hand. (Now I have an oval cutter.) In the corners I put 1 inch corner designs that I made with the Cricut Picturesque cartridge. I had the lace in my stash.
Now that I made this one I have all kinds of ideas. Imagine a box with animals from Create a Critter for a toddlers room or the heads of princesses for a little girl. There are so many possible figures in the Everyday Paper Doll cartridge - a pirate theme, sports. ... Don't forget the Pixar cars for boys.
Oh, if only I had enough time.
I hope you like this and might try to do one of your own. It's addicting.
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