My son ABSOLUTELY had to have a Wall-E themed birthday party this year. In my hunt for invitation ideas, this is what I came up with.
I took a Wall-E colouring page from the internet and saved it as a .jpg file:
I then converted it to an .svg file using Inkscape and cut it on my Big Bugger (Expression) using Sure Cuts A Lot software. I drew the details on the grey "neck" piece with a black gel pen. I punched the stars with a little Fiskars Country Star punch, and decorated the envelope to match.
The inside of the card was created on my computer, using Word and the Pop Star font.
I know it's not made with the Cricut or the Cricut cake, but I also made the matching Wall-E cake. I used a standard Wilton Wall-E cake pan that I rented from our local Bulk store.
The party was a hit! Sure Cuts A Lot, a colouring page, and a little imagination and I have one very happy almost-five year old! :)