Die cut. Laser cut. 3D printed.
The hip, new techniques in stationery are all about the negative space. Laser cut cake toppers made of acrylic and wood are all the rage. So are very intricate laser cut invitations. To try and make your own detailed die cut project used to be tedious. Ever try to cut out 1″ letters with an exacto knife??? News flash: It’s not a good time.
You know what is a good time? Loading cardstock into a Cricut machine, pressing GO, and presto! Die cut table numbers in any color combination to match your wedding.
I designed these die cut table numbers for Cricut Design Space. You can purchase the artwork right here, plug in your Cricut, and make your own. May I suggest replacing one of the paper layers with a shiny metallic silver? Or making the pink layer a black and white polka dot? Those would look super cute.
Need a Cricut machine? Buy one right here.
Have Cricut and want to make these table numbers? Then grab the artwork on Design Space.