Happy Passover Card

With Passover approaching the Happy Passover Card will make a great card to send to someone during this holiday season.

happy passover card

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With Passover approaching you can create this Happy Passover Card using your Cricut and card stock for someone celebrating the holiday. Homemade card are always great to receive as they are made with the receiver in mind.

Tools you’ll need

  • Cream Cardstock
  • Light Blue Cardstock
  • Kraft Brown Cardstock
  • Light Brown Cardstock
  • Red Cardstock
  • Cricut Pen – Black
  • Cricut Pen – Moccasin (for wafer lines)
  • Barely Arts Glue
  • Foam Dots/Strips
  • Design #156

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happy passover card

Happy Passover Card

Materials

  • Cream Cardstock
  • Light Blue Cardstock
  • Light Brown Cardstock
  • Kraft Brown Cardstock
  • Foam Dots/Strips
  • Glue
  • Cricut Pen - Black & Moccasin

Tools

  • Cricut Maker
  • Brayer
  • Standard Cutting Mat
  • Spatula
  • Scoring Wheel

Instructions

Cutting Out the Happy Passover Card

Unzip the download file.

Then open up Design Space and start a new project.

Click Upload and find where you saved the unzipped version of the downloaded files for this project.

upload button

Then go into the SVG Folder and select the SVG Files

Select all and

ungroup in design space

next select the dotted line

Happy Passover Card change dotted line to score line

change from basic cut to score line

next select the words

Happy Passover Card change words to pen

next select the dotted lines on the wafers

next select the one set of dotted lines and a wafer

Happy Passover Card attach wafer and lines

and click on
design space attach button

next select the other set of dotted lines and the other wafer

and click on attach

then select the card, words and the score line

Happy Passover Cards attach card words and score line

and click on

design space attach button

Then click on the Make It button

The prepare screen will appear

Happy Passover Card prepare screen

Now if everything looks correct on it, click on the continue button
The next screen will be where you will select the type of card stock you are using. If you do not see the material in your material favorites, click on "browse all materials" to find the weight of cardstock that you are using. For example the cream Cardstock I used is medium weight, you will need to select "Medium Weight"..
Once you have Design Space set, you are now ready to prepare your mat. I used a brayer when placing the Cardstock on the mat, this helps in making sure that the paper is adhered to the mat and will help in keeping the paper from ripping or moving when it is being cut. 

Assembling the Happy Passover Card

Starting with the card piece

fold the card in half on the score line

next take the wafer pieces

happy passover card wafer pieces

put glue on the back of the smaller wafer piece and glue it to the larger one

do this for both wafers

next take the wine glass and wine

happy passover card wine and wine glass

put glue on the back of the wine and glue to the wine glass

next put foam dots/strips on back of the wafers and put the on the card

then take the wine glass and put foam dots/strips and put on the card

happy passover card pinterest pin

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I’d love to see what you create. Please share a photo in the comments below and on my Facebook Page or tag me on social media with @carlaarlenecreations

Happy Crafting!

Carla

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