Hey, everyone! Roree here with another Make It! Monday project. Today I am sharing a acorn-shaped pocket card I created with Cricut®.
I really liked the shape of the acorn but I wasn’t crazy about the circles at the bottom of the shape. There wasn’t an option to have the cut without the circles, so I decided to alter the shape to achieve the look I had in mind.
First, I sized my image, selected it, right-clicked on the image, and ungrouped the shapes.
I moved two of the images over and made the third copied image smaller. I place the image over one of the half circles so that the arc of the shapes lined up and one of the half circles was completely covered.
After that I used my Cricut Explore® machine to cut out the shapes using patterned paper from the Pebbles Woodland Forest collection, specifically the 6×6 Paper Pad. I created a pocket, added machine stitching to the die cut shapes, and accented the pocket card with a tag I put together using Ephemera and Phrase Stickers, as well as a few other embellishments from my stash.