YouTube Video: Use Cricut Party Foil to Make Confetti & 3D Bows

Want to learn what to do with Cricut Party Foil besides party decorations?  

Have questions about how to make gorgeous confetti and 3D bows?  

Here’s my latest YouTube video that covers all that good stuff:


While you’re watching my video, please don’t forget to subscribe to my new YouTube channel so you can catch all my upcoming video content!

Oh! And don’t forget to grab my FREE Cricut Design Space files–there are TWO for this video project–in the Cricut Community so you can make this awesome Confetti and 3D Bows, too!


Highlights of the video:

  • What is Cricut Party Foil
  • Unique ways to use Party Foil
  • How to assemble a 3D Bow using a simple brad

And here are the FREE Design Space files on Cricut Community:

3 D Bows:



To purchase Cricut Party Foil or anything else from Cricut, please use my affiliate link:

As a “thank you”, you can use my code “MISSRITA1” with the link to receive 10% off your order and free shipping (some exclusions do apply).

Thank you…and you know what I always say: “Go forth and Cricut, my friends!”

Best always,

Miss Rita

3D Bow made from Party Foil
3D Bow made from Party Foil


3 thoughts on “YouTube Video: Use Cricut Party Foil to Make Confetti & 3D Bows

  1. Hi Miss Rita, I have been looking for your 3D bows in Design Space (Cricut) and have been unable to locate it with the link you provided. Is that file still available? I have been gifted a great many rolls of party foil and would LOVE to make the beautiful 3D Bows you demonstrated in your YouTube video. If they are not still on Cricut Community, are they available anywhere else? Thank you very much for your time and consideration of this query.


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