DIY | Mini Wedding Tissue Boxes With Cricut
January 27, 2017
I love things in miniature form. Mini tacos, mini champagne bottles, mini donuts… you get the picture, mini things are just more cute for some reason. Like these adorable, DIY Mini Wedding Tissue Boxes that we’re making with Cricut today!!! Using our free print + cut files you can whip up these mini-cuties up in less than 5 minutes. The best part is that our printable file is 100% customizable so you can edit it to match the exact color palette of your special day! Check out my screen video to see how it works!
Mini Anything Is Cute, Duh
Who doesn’t love mini-things!? I tell you what, if you come across someone who doesn’t say… “awe… how cuuutteeee…” about these mini tissue boxes, I’d watch out for them.
- Cricut Explore, I’m using my new, Mint Air 2!
- Cricut Sticker Paper
- Cardstock of Choice
- Home Printer
- Our free print + cut SVG. files at the end of the post!
How To Upload + Edit The Colors Of This File
Edit Then Print
Using your home printer, I’m using my Canon iP8720 Crafting Printer, follow the prompts in Design Space to print the tissue box labels onto sticker paper.
Cut The Labels
After your labels print, apply the whole sheet to your regular cut mat and load into the Cricut Explore, then follow the Design Space prompts to cut the file. First the machine does a little light registering of the file to know exactly where to cut and then it magically cuts the labels!
Cut The Boxes
Using the colored or patterned cardstock of your choice, cut out the mini tissue boxes. You can get one box from an 8.5″ x 11″ piece of paper or two boxes from a 12″ x 12″.
Assemble The Boxes
These little guys will hold themselves together with no adhesive, but if you feel more comfortable going the extra mile – by all means feel free. Aren’t they freaking adorable!?!
Label + Tissue
Add a label to each box and then add a tissue! They will hold 1-3 tissues… which should be all your emotional guests will require to wipe away their happy tears!
These mini boxes are to die for… I haven’t even put them away yet because they are so cute… and I haven’t used the tissues yet either, also because they are so cute! I seriously cannot wait to see these guys at your wedding!
DIY TUTORIAL SPONSORED BY:
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DIY Tutorial Credits
Photography + DIY Tutorial: Jen Carreiro of Something Turquoise // Cricut Explore Air 2 in Mint courtesy of: Cricut // Gold Limited Edition Cricut Tools: Cricut // Cricut Sticker Paper: Amazon // File Design: Julia Ensign // Cardstocks: personal collection // Tissues: Amazon // Nail Polish: OPI – Withstands the Test of Thyme
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