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Miami Heat Party Backdrop


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Design by: Mrscreative49 (1 Project)
Project skill level: moderate
Project time: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Project tags: Birthday Wall Décor/Wreaths/Banners Celebration Layouts Party Decorations/Favors Friend Layouts Kids Layouts Playful

This is a project I create for a little boy 10th Miami Heat theme birthday party and will be mounted to the wall of his dessert/treat table.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Basket Ball Digital Download
  • Black 12x 12 cardstock
  • Red 12x 12 cardstock
  • 3 deminsional stickers
  • Orange 12x12 cardstock
  • White thick Foamboard
  • White 12x12 cardstock

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

I use the download file Basket Ball images to create this backdrop.
This project need to use 12x24 cardstock paper or 2- 12x12 with a strip of 1 inch cardstock(use doublesided tape runner and put a stripe of tape all the way down and place it over the seam of the 2 butted up 12x12 cardstocks on matt. Make sure you set your cut for cutting twice so that the strip cuts out clean. For the red part of the player you do the same thing. This is something I came up with but struggle with so be patient and have fun. Make sure you cut between 2-3 times around images and have the right cardstock all cardstock don't cut images out as good as others. For the rest of the design you can use and letter font you have. I use basic font that came with my cricut Craftroom. I also used pop dots to give the hoop a little dimension. I am not good at giving direction so, I hope you understand.

Step 1

I use the download file Basket Ball images to create this backdrop.
This project need to use 12x24 cardstock paper or 2- 12x12 with a strip of 1 inch cardstock(use doublesided tape runner and put a stripe of tape all the way down and place it over the seam of the 2 butted up 12x12 cardstocks on matt. Make sure you set your cut for cutting twice so that the strip cuts out clean. For the red part of the player you do the same thing. This is something I came up with but struggle with so be patient and have fun. Make sure you cut between 2-3 times around images and have the right cardstock all cardstock don't cut images out as good as others. For the rest of the design you can use and letter font you have. I use basic font that came with my cricut Craftroom. I also used pop dots to give the hoop a little dimension. I am not good at giving direction so, I hope you understand.

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