Cricut Explore DAD Bunting Project

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Welcome your pop home this Father’s Day with some funky DAD bunting! Made with image templates, a Cricut Explore and Cricut Design Space.

How to Make DAD Bunting

Suitable for : Beginners

Time to make : Around half an hour

You Will Need

How to Make

Step One

Get More from the Explore! Dad Bunting - Template

Get More from the Explore! Dad Bunting - Template

Get More from the Explore! Dad Bunting - Template

Download the DAD bunting templates above.

Step Two

Upload the DAD bunting templates into the Cricut Design Space using the ‘upload image’ setting.

Step Three

Dad bunting screenshot

Resizing Dad Bunting template in Cricut Design Space

Adjust the letters to your desired size in Design Space.

Step Four

Delete the sections of the template you want to cut out for each letter (white section.) The design has been kept very simple using only two colours.

Step Five

Choose your card and stick it to the Cricut Cutting mat.

Step Six

Start the cutting process and watch your bunting come to life!

Step Seven

Peel the design from the mat carefully using the tools provided.

Step Eight

Dad Outline

Creating an outline in Cricut Design Space

If you want to add a backing colour to your bunting, simply use the Design Space to hide the patterns within the text simplifying each letter to an outline. Or, for ease, we have uploaded the outlines for you :

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Step Nine

Set the machine to cut, peel away the outline and stick the two pieces together!

Step Ten

Finally, punch a hole in the top of each letter and tread through your chosen twine.

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Display your bunting with pride to welcome home your Dad!

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