Die Cut- out tutorials. All items in my party store can be made into a cut out. Great ways to use them are for centerpieces, bag tags, goodie bag inserts, cupcake toppers, and gift tags. Tie together for a fun banner! Each cut out comes on a 8.5 x 11 JPEG at 300 dpi for outstanding quality.
For this tutorial I am going to use my roller skate cut outs!
What you will need
One Die Cut page from www.cupcakecutieesparty.etsy.com
Photo matte or glossy paper to print
Small wooden dowels *for centerpieces*
Tape or Glue dots
Paper bags, gift bags, goodie bags, small buckets, cupcakes!
*you choose what you want to add them to!*
First you will need to PRINT and CUT
PRINT AND CUT
The full printing looks best printed on photo glossy or matte paper. It gives the best quality and weight.
8.5 x 11 JPEG format at 300 dpi.
I am in love with the dollar tree glossy paper. It is glossy and has no wording on back. It is also 8 sheets for a 1.00. How can you beat that!!
These can also be printed at your local printing center that prints on full sheets such as
(kinkos...office max....staples..etc...on glossy card stock looks great.....)
For your centerpiece, take your die cut and add to the back of a small wooden dowel with double stick tape..
Fill your bucket with tissue paper. If you plan to use outside,
I would also add a few rocks or glass pebbles to the bottom of you bucket or bag so they don't fall over!
Add your dowel centerpiece then add more tissue paper to keep in place.
You can also use bags for centerpieces or anything you want to add to your table.
Goodie - Party Bag Tags
Add your die cut to the bag with a piece of double stick tape or glue dot!
You can also punch your die cut with a normal paper punch and tie to your goodie bag.
Goodie Bag Inserts
Insert your die cut in a clear party bag and tie with a ribbon. You can find circle tags in my shop to add a tag on the top.
Have fun and make your party FAB with these adorable cut outs!
You can find the roller skate die cut here