This year, why not make your own DIY Christmas cards with Cricut? Today, I’m sharing 12 of my very favorite holiday cards and gift tags designs that you can make with a Cricut or other paper cutting machine.
One of the best parts of the holiday season is opening greeting cards from friends and relatives, don’t you think? Sending holiday cards is a great way to connect with the people we love, especially when we can’t visit them in person.
This list of Cricut Christmas card projects makes it easy to design your own papercut cards for friends and family. Each of the card projects on this list includes all the SVG files and detailed instructions that you’ll need to make your own Cricut Christmas cards.
Don’t have a Cricut? That’s okay. You can make a lot of these card designs with a craft knife, a steady hand, and a fair amount of patience!
I hope this list of Cricut Christmas Card projects inspires you to make holiday cards for everyone on your list – family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers.
Best Cricut Machine for Card Making
With these project ideas, you can make some pretty spectacular holiday cards – no matter which cutting machine you have. That’s right, whether you own a Cricut Explore, Cricut Maker, Cricut Joy, or Silhouette machine, you can create beautiful Christmas cards.
If I had to choose, I’d say my favorite cutting machine to use for making greeting cards is the Cricut Joy. The Joy is a smaller-sized cutting and writing machine that makes it easy to create custom cards and personalized labels.
When the Cricut Joy first came out, I thought, “Do I really need another cutting machine?” But since it’s so ridiculously easy to set up and use, I reach for it whenever I want to make a smaller project.
Plus, with the special Cricut Joy Card Mat and Card Inserts, it’s easy to make custom cards in minutes.
Here are some of my most recommended products to make Christmas cards with Cricut: