Rustic Cricut Thank You Tags

Card Making, DIY Gifts, Wedding

I made some thank you tags for favors for a party on my Cricut and thought I would make the SVG cut files available to everyone.

These were super easy to make but required just a little Print and Cut skills in using the Cricut.

I also got to work on my hand lettering a bit. Actually, this wasn’t really hand lettering, it was just my normal hand writing.

I like the no bleed look of these favors tags. This is a tutorial for how to get that effect using the Cricut.

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Recommended Materials for Cricut Thank you Tags

Cardstock – Any medium weight cardstock works here (around 65lbs). I love the rustic look with Kraft paper.

Cutting Machine – I use a Cricut. Check out my recommendations for Cricut machines and accessories for beginners for more info.

Templates – I’ve included this set of 4 tags templates along with my hand-lettered “thank you” for free in my resource library.

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    Design Space Tutorial for Cricut Thank You Tags

    Step 1: Upload the SVG file from my resource library

    Step 2: Drag the lettered “thank you” over the tag shape. (be sure to turn the color of the shape to white)

    Step 3: Select both the shape and letter and “slice”

    Step 4: Delete the extra letter piece outside the shape.

    Step 5: Select the letter and shape and tap “flatten”

    Step 6: Then just print and cut!

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    4 thoughts on “Rustic Cricut Thank You Tags”

    1. Sandra Berry says:

      I love getting your emails. Thank you! Happy Birthday and Happy Anniversary!

    2. BJ Taylor says:

      how do you delete the extra letter pieces outside the tag?

      • I’m not sure I understand your questions. Do you mean how do you not use the Thank you text included in the template within Cricut Design Space? If so, just ungroup when the file has been uploaded to the Canvas, then click on what pieces you want to remove and delete. Hope that helps!

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