Creating inset designs for card fronts with the Cricut is simply a matter of using the "hide contour" option to eliminate the outer line of the design and turn it into a stencil cut. You can also use this technique to make masks with wider edges for spray inks and mists.
I've made lots of these cards from Cricut images over the years. I've added photos of some of the posts that have more detailed explanations. You can also choose the label for "hide contour" or T - DS - Hide Selected Contour to find more posts. Some of the posts may be about other uses of the hide contour option - but those are fun to know about too!
Just click on any of these photos to go to the post with the detailed explanations.
|done on the Gypsy|
|negative pieces saved to make a second card|
We'll be back from our reunion events later today and I'll try to catch up with any comments or questions then. I hope you are having a nice Sunday!