How creepy and cool is this Gothic Halloween Invitation I made with my Cricut!?
Although I was not directly compensated by Cricut, this post is being considered for a prize. This post contains affiliate links.
Cricut Team 5 is all over Round 3 of the Cricut Design Space Star contest! With our Gothic Halloween party theme, you are guaranteed to find something that will inspire you! I wanted to design something of my own for this round. I created this Gothic Halloween Invitation! The coolest part is that the Cricut Explore drew it for me!
I am head over heels in love with how this turned out! The sketch pen design gives it an antique, Victorian feel.
I reminds me of an old newspaper clipping from Jack the Ripper’s time.
How to make your own Gothic Halloween Invitation
To create this, I used the “upload your own image” option in Design Space. I designed the invitation in PicMonkey. They have a variety of Halloween fonts that totally helped with the look I was going for. Be sure to use the transparent canvas and save as a .png file. Otherwise, you will be adjusting the image once you upload it into Design Space.
The rest is easy! Upload your image into Design Space and open as a new project. In the layer box on the right, click on the scissor icon and change it to the pen. Load your pen in the machine and proceed as if you were going to cut.
For the edging, I used image #M6453D from Summer Soirees.
Now for the fun part! Phase Two of the Cricut I Made It campaign has officially begun!
What does this mean for you?
It’s time your creativity pays off so you can really make it. They’re awarding one winner their own Make it Now™ project line to be sold in Cricut Design Space™!
To help create your line, Cricut will fly you to their headquarters in Salt Lake City to work side-by-side with their design team. Then you and a guest will enjoy an all-expense paid stay at the Grand America Hotel
– a luxury resort in Salt Lake City, home to the best skiing in the world.
The winner will be featured on Cricut.com and every time a Cricut user purchases your project, you’ll earn money. Cha-ching! Cricut will even help with your publicity.
Cricut is upping the fame game even more…camera, lights, action….
Cricut has partnered with the The Design Network – a premier online design channel – to showcase the Cricut- I Made It! winner this fall. You’ll get a spotlight feature on a network dedicated to celebrating great designers and their creative star power.
Cricut’s judges, including DIY Diva Alison Deyette and two creative directors from Cricut, will pick 50 finalists from the best project entries based on creativity, use of materials and technique. Who will pick the ultimate winner? You, the public, will vote online in October.
To enter the Cricut – I Made It! contest, all you need is a photo of an original project. You can upload up to five photos (which can be five individual projects or multiple photos of one project).
You have until September 30th to enter. What are you waiting for? It’s time you Made It big! Head to cricut.com to enter today.