*This is a sponsored post on behalf of Cricut.
As you know, I have been working with Cricut. I love the opportunity it has given me to create some fun and unique ways to use my Cricut Explore Machine. My kids were huge fans of lacing cards when they were younger. I have always been obsessed with stars and the Constellations. So, why not combine the two? These Constellation Lacing Cards are a fun way to get your kids interested in learning about the night sky while working on their fine motor skills.
They are so easy to make. Especially if you have a Cricut cutting machine. All you need to do is click on the “make it now” button below to pull it up into your Cricut Design Space. Then simply follow the directions to Print Then Cut on your printer and your Cricut Explore.
Constellation Lacing Cards
20 minute project
Cricut Explore machine or Cricut Explore Air machine
Light Grip Cricut Cutting Mat
white card stock
Ink Jet Printer
1. Click on the Make It Now button.
2. Pull project up in your Cricut Design Space.
3. Load 6 sheets of white card stock into your printer.
4. Select “GO”.
5. Print out your Constellation Cards.
6. Load Constellation Cards (one at a time) onto a light grip Cricut Mat.
7. Cut each card. Then remove from the mat.
8. Use lacing strings to connect the stars and create each Constellation.
Go ahead and make some for your little ones! Lacing cards are a great quiet time activity to keep kids entertained while at church, or waiting at a siblings game or appointment. They were a great way to keep my kids entertained without electronics!
*This is a sponsored post on behalf of Cricut. However, all statements and opinions are mine and mine alone. I received product and/or compensation for this post.
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