Tie The Knot

Tie The Knot

Enhancing your wedding memories and creating wedding decorations with the Tie the Knot Cricut Cartridge is easy when you manipulate the many features and images that are included. To start with, the image choices contains such embellishments as: flowers, bride and groom shoes, umbrella, wedding cake, ring and various words related to a wedding.

Features included to heighten your creative nature are:

  • invitation
  • card
  • tag
  • monogram
  • blackout/shadow
  • monogram shadow

With these additions, your creation opportunities are endless.

To get a start on your wedding plans, you can create your own invitations that will be a hit with your guests. Purchase blank cards and envelopes from your local craft store in the color of your choice. Then print out the “RSVP” word from the Tie the Knot Cricut Cartridge and center it on each one. Print out a pair of bride and groom shoes, cut them out and attach each pair in the lower right hand corner of the card. Print your information for the big day inside, and then mail them out. These unique and simple cards will not only have a personal touch, but will help you save money on your invitations.

If you are going to a wedding and bringing a gift, you can have the most unique gift box there. Purchase a simple, plain white gift box from your local retail store. Print out the phrase “Tie the Knot” in a large size on cardstock. Layer it below with two other colors and attach it to the center of the box. Then, print out four flower embellishments of your choice and attach one in each of the corners on top of the lid. You can also add other images to the outside lid edges. This gift box will be a hit with the couple.

In addition to great shapes this cartridge also features 3D objects to use as party favors or decorations.

The Tie the Knot Cartridge is a must have for your collection and will make invitations, thank-you’s and gifts come to life.


One Response to “Tie The Knot”
  1. Angela says:

    Hi! I just purchased the Tie the knot Cartridge and am having trouble figuring out how to Size the boxes such as the one with the hearts that connect and how to fold them so that they cross and attach at the top. I can’t seem to get the hearts to fold and interconnect! Any advice or tips? I just purchased my Cricut Expression two weeks ago and am a Cricut Novice!


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