here's a sample picture
and they had a template for this so here's what I did in MTC.
and you now have yourself an SVG file to cut with MTC.
- After saving the image into my picture folder, I open MTC clicked on Custom Shapes
- select the silhouette of a woman this button allows you to trace an image, a window will pop open for you to upload image
- select image, now a new trace image box will open, you will see the original picture or image in a small box and then the image you are wanting to trace will appear in a separate section, you will see a threshod with numbers allowing you to move it up or down it ranges from 1 to 255 they suggest you start @ 10 and increase until it looks good to you
- when satisfied click apply
- then accept
Measurements: Final assembled pocket measures 4¼" x 5½"
Envelope Size: This pocket fits best in an A2 envelope
Invitation Inserts: The inserts should be no larger than 4" x 5¼" in size. The pocket can hold 2 - 4 inserts depending on thickness of the inserts used.
I have not created one myself just a small one to make sure it was cut correctly, but I will be sure to make one.
click here for .svg filePocketcard Invitation
I was too excited that I figured it out, I'm still in awe...at the possibilites in making projects whatever you want you are not limited.This is another feature in MTC program that I know I'm gonna love, you can trace an image, and create an svg file and cut using your Cricut.
*** I'm not taken credit of the someone's else work just in creating the svg file.