This layout is created with the Cricut Heritage cartridge.
This is a good basic cartridge with images that remind me of long ago days. It features antiques, school desks, and classic buildings.
Also the cartridge features many types of trees, fences, vehicles, silhouettes, and other family history shapes. A great one to have in your Cricut Cartridge collection.
- Cricut Cartridge: Heritage
- Speed: Medium
- Pressure: High
- Blade Depth: #2
*Fence and Photo Corners Cutout Details
The <Fence1> cutout has a larger post at one end and you will want that larger post to be on the outside when place on either side of the <School>. To do this you will have to cut two of each color. If your paper is colored or textured the same on both sides, use the button 2 times on the same piece of cardstock: <Fence1> <Fence1>. If your paper is colored or textured only on one side, using the same piece of paper in the Cricut cut: <Fence1> and when it is finished use the Flip Key and <Fence1>. This will cut out a flip of <Fence1> with posts on each end.
The <Accent9> cutout is used to frame each corner of each photo. You can cut the 4 of each color needed in one step, using Shift key 4x as follows: Shift Key, Accent9 Key, Shift Key, Accent9 Key, Shift Key, Accent9 Key, Shift Key, Accent9 Key.
School: Cut one <School>, pg 36, using Shadow Key, Size 5", My color choice: Burgundy.
*Fence: Cut one <Fence1>, pg 43, using Shadow Key, Size 2", My color choice: Yellow.
Glue the Intricate Fence Cutouts (White) to the Shadow Cutouts (Yellow) and adhere them to either side of the School, overlapping a bit, making sure the large post is on the outside.
Glue each photo corner to the photos as shown. I glued the photos to the cardstock first, then glued each frame to each corner.
Scroll: Cut one <Prchmnt1>, pg 31, using Shadow Key and Shift Key, Size 3 1/2". My Color Choice: Burgundy.
Pen: Cut one <Quill>, pg 30, using Shift Key and Shadow Key, Size 2 1/2", My color choice: White.
Glue the Burgundy pen to the White pen and adhere it just above the scroll.
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