Last week, I shared a post with some of our favorite family Christmas traditions, and at the top of the list is our Christmas Book Countdown. Each year, we create a calendar on the chalkboard wall in our kitchen, and the boys cross out a number each night to see how many days are left until Christmas.
These cute, reusable number tags would be great for any sort of Christmas countdown or advent you might do with your family. They could easily be sized down to be attached to smaller gifts, or hung on a cute advent display!
WITH THE CRICUT
Let’s start with the supply list, and then I’ll show you how to make these reusable number gift tags. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience (read more about that here).
- Cricut electronic cutting machine
- Cricut Access Fonts
- StrongGrip Adhesive Cutting Mat
- Black Pebbled Faux Leather
- Gold and Silver Adhesive Foil
- Deep Cut Blade (optional)
Clicking the ungroup tool automatically turned each number into its own layer.
You can see that your weld was successful by looking at the layer list in the right panel. Repeat this action to weld each of the double digit numbers.
My letters cut very nicely, but they were pretty curled, I think just because the leather was rolled up to start with. I was worried about how these would look on the wrapped books, but after putting the stack between some heavy books overnight, the flatted out really nicely.
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