I Moustache You A Question


I Moustache You A Question

I Moustache You A Question
I Moustache You A Question

"As a former teacher, and mom of 1 I was never the Pinterest Mom. While I wanted to be, I just never had the time or energy. But now that I'm older I have time to make fun things like my younger self wanted to do. MATERIALS: Cricut Explore Air 2 Cardstock Light Blue Mat Black Pen Essential Tool Kit Project in Design Space I Mustache you a Question, Will you be my Valentine? Is the perfect printable Valentine's Day card to make with your kids. If you need a stencil let me know and I will get one for you! "

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Paper Crafting

Project or Page SizeCard

Type of Paper UsedCardstock



  1. Pick your color of cardstock (I went with white because that is what I had on hand, but red would be striking as well. Place your cardstock on your Light Blue Mat. (Stick the protective film on the backside of the mat to help keep it clean, I used painters tape to hold it in place.

  2. Load it into your Cricut Explore Air 2, and open the Project in Design Space and click make it, I took all of the guess work out for you. Then, of course, Cricut will arrange them onto the mat to minimize wasted products which I always appreciate!

  3. Load your Scoring Stylus in first, and click your flashing Cricut button. It will score first and then, the computer screen will prompt you to place the black pen into that spot. Then, let your Cricut Explore Air 2 do the work for you! When prompted you will have to hit, cut as well, and once it is complete hit the arrow to unload your project and of course the mat.

  4. Place it on your workspace, and use the spatula to “lift” the excess away.

  5. Then, remove your Valentines from the mat and you are ready for the kids to sign them. There are 4 to a sheet, so you will have complete the process several times, but with the fast mode it doesn’t take any time at all to complete them. I left plenty of room for you to add a piece of candy to them as well as a kid’s signature because we all know how much room it takes for a kid to write their name, especially in their younger years.

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