Cricut Pirate Card
Life is a Beach Cartridge
This Cricut pirate card was
made for my nephew's birthday.
He loves skulls and pirates! How perfect that the Life is a
Beach cartridge as this cool looking pirate on it. I was able
to put it together in a flash!
Needed to Make this Cricut Pirate Card:
a Beach Cartridge
x 11" black card stock for card base
- Scrap of tan
paper for background (size
is 8" x 5")
- Scrap of white paper for the skull
8" x 5")
- Scrap of black paper for the eye patch
of red patterned paper for the
- Sparkle gem embellishment for the eye
trimmer and or scissors
- Glue stick or pen (for
designs I use a fine-tipped Zig pen)
Summary for this Cricut Pirate card:
is 8.5" x 5.5" (half fold card)
- First mat is 8" x
Life is a Beach:
- Pirate and its layers are
Instructions for the Cricut Pirate Card:
8.5" x 11" piece of
black card stock
in half to create a 5.5" x 8.5" card. This will be the card
2. Cut a tan mats for the cover, at 8" x 5", then carefully
tear the edges to give it a rustic look. Glue this mat to the
front of the card.
Using the Life is a Beach cartridge, load the white paper on
a mat. To cut the pirate, press the shift button.
the treasure box button (button 44). Cut
at size 4".
Load the black paper and the red paper on to a mat.
To cut the pirate layers, press "repeat last", then press the
"layers" special feature button. Cut at size 4" on the black
paper. Then, move the blade manually to where the red paper
your mat and press "repeat last" and press cut to make the layers also
in red. Assemble the card by
gluing all the components on the front
of the card.
For the center of the eye patch, I glued on a sparkle gem for
some extra flair.
Cricut Pirate Card
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