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Guess Hoo Card

By: Christian Tamez

With this video tutorial, you can make your own greeting cards in a cinch. Use your Cricut and the Hoot 'n' Holler cartridge to make this cheeky Guess Hoo Card.

Guess Hoo Card


  • Cardstock
  • Hoot n’ Holler Cricut Lite Cartridge
  • Glitter
  • Glue
  • Decorative edge punch
  • ½” Alphabet stamp set
  • Heat Embossing stamp pad
  • Gold Heat Embossing powder
  • Heating tool
  • Adhesive tape
  • Ribbon (optional)



  1. Cut out a piece of cardstock to 6” x 4” this will be the base of the card.
  2. Using the Hoot n’ Holler Cricut Lite Cartridge Cut out: Owl8, at 3 ¼ inches.
  3. Glitter the base layer of Owl 8 and assemble the pieces of the owl.
  4. Glue the assembled Owl onto the piece of 6” x 4” cardstock so that the edge of the branch lies flush with the edge of the cardstock.
  5. Take a 1 ¾” x 4” piece of cardstock and using a decorative edge punch, punch the two shorter sides of the rectangle.
  6. Using a ½” Alphabet stamp set, spell out the words “Guess Hoo” and stamp centered, using a Heat Embossing stamp pad, on the piece of cardstock you just used the edge punch on.
  7. Using Gold Heat Embossing powder, coat the entire stamped “Guess Hoo” and shake off any excess.
  8. Using a heating tool, heat up the powder until you see it melt and become shiny.
  9. Using some adhesive tape, stick the “Guess Hoo” piece of cardstock in the upper right hand corner of the 6” x 4” piece of cardstock.
  10. Attach your 6” x 4” Piece of cardstock to a prescored and folded 6 ½” x 5” Card.
  11. As an option you can put a piece of ribbon running along the lower edge of the 6” x 4” piece of cardstock.
  12. Attach a picture of yourself to the inside of the card, just in case you think the recipient won’t be able to “Guess Hoo”

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