Fall is here, and I am pumped. It’s still in the 80’s here in East Tenessee but I’m about to break out the sweaters and hot cocoa anyways. In the meantime, I’m trying to make some super fun DIY fall crafts to celebrate my favorite season. I was getting crafty with my Cricut last week and whipped up a Fall Inspired Serving Tray. It turned out amazing but that has a lot to do with the easy-to-use the design I used from Makers Gonna Learn. It’s a membership website filled with over 400 digital cut files made for die cutting lovers like me and you. This project uses one of Makers Gonna Learns new fall files, and it pairs perfectly with Print and cut. If you’re not sure how to print and cut with your Cricut, we have a great video showing you exactly how!
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Now that you know how to print and cut, here’s the tutorial on how to make this great Fall Inspired Serving Tray!
- Cricut Maker
- Inkjet Printer
- Cricut Printable Vinyl
- Makers Gonna Learn Membership!
- Wooden Tray
Make it now in Design Space!
- Size and print your design on your inkjet printer. Be sure to print it onto the Cricut Printable Vinyl sheets. These sheets are small and the Cricut can only print then cut so big, so make sure you size it to fit inside the registration marks. When printing, make sure you leave the bleed “on”.
- Once it’s printed load it onto your LightGrip mat and let the Cricut work it’s magic.
- Simply peel up the design like a sticker and carefully place it onto your tray where you’d like it to go. There should be some smaller detail pieces you’ll need to peel and stick as well. Once you’re finished you’re left with a super beautiful custom fall tray!