DIY GEOMETRIC PAPER BOWLS | CRICUT


YOU WILL NEED:

-A4 double-sided patterned paper

-Cricut maker or explore air 2

-Scoring wheel or scoring stylus

-Glue gun or tape roller


STEP ONE:


Open up a new project in Cricut Design Space and add the image 'Geo' #M377921 into the canvas, depending on the size of the piece of paper you are using resize the shape to fit inside the sheet.


STEP TWO:


Choose your material setting depending on what type of card or paper you are using, I used the patterned paper setting.


Next, load the scoring stylus or wheel into your machine depending on which one you have, then load a sheet of paper onto the mat. Make sure the sheet is well stuck down before loading the mat into the machine.


STEP THREE:


Once the machine has scored the lines, load the fine point blade in to cut.


Once the cut is complete remove the mat from the machine and carefully remove the cut from the mat.


Fold along all of the scored lines, so that they are nice and crisp.


STEP FOUR:


Glue all of the outside triangles on top the triangle next to it to construct the bowl shape. Once complete, leave to dry before filling with whatever trinkets and bits and pieces you fancy!


I use mine for washi tapes on my desk-They look so cute and are so easy to grab!




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EMMA JEWELL CRAFTS 
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