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Valentine Charger Plate and Decorated Cookies


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Design by: BlueEyedRedhead (1 Project)
Project skill level: moderate
Project time: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Project tags: Home Décor/Accents Edibles Valentine's Day Love Love Notes/Cards Holiday Décor Playful

Vinyl has been added to a beautiful red charger plate that is used to hold cookies that have been decorated by using a template of one of the Extreme Fonts.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Pink and White Vinyl
  • Transfer Tape
  • Charger Plate

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Cut Vinyl in preferred colors and weed images. Prepare charger plate (clean and dry well).
Using transfer tape, transfer the phrase and doily. Then place the hearts as desired around the plate.
Make cookies. Cut additional words out of cardstock to use as a template for icing.
Assemble cookies (cookie sandwiches shown) then pipe frosting onto cookie using template.
Type phrase in Cricut Craft Room using Extreme Fonts. Add various sized hearts from George and Basic Shapes. On new tab, add the doily from Mother’s Day 2010 and copy + paste hearts from first tab. Draw an appropriately sized circle, ungroup the phrase then manually move each letter to sit on the edge of the circle, aligning each to the center of the circle (follow the arc of the circle).

Step 1

Cut Vinyl in preferred colors and weed images. Prepare charger plate (clean and dry well).

Step 2

Using transfer tape, transfer the phrase and doily. Then place the hearts as desired around the plate.

Step 3

Make cookies. Cut additional words out of cardstock to use as a template for icing.

Step 4

Assemble cookies (cookie sandwiches shown) then pipe frosting onto cookie using template.

Step 5

Type phrase in Cricut Craft Room using Extreme Fonts. Add various sized hearts from George and Basic Shapes. On new tab, add the doily from Mother’s Day 2010 and copy + paste hearts from first tab. Draw an appropriately sized circle, ungroup the phrase then manually move each letter to sit on the edge of the circle, aligning each to the center of the circle (follow the arc of the circle).

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