Cricut Christmas Cards

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Card Making, DIY Gifts

DIY Christmas cards are a great way to send a thoughtful note during the holidays. This is my collection of free Cricut holiday card SVG templates.

Sometimes I just need a super easy card that doesn’t involve a gazillion materials and takes an hour plus to make.

I designed this set of gift tags and holiday-themed cards just for that purpose.

Some of these I would highly recommend using a cutting machine to cut as it makes it much easier and faster but in a pinch, an Exacto knife works as well.

If you are interested in getting a cutting machine, check out my recommendations for the best Cricut models for beginners.

You can always customize these with various sentiments depending on which specific holidays you are celebrating.

I’m sharing these so everyone can graduate to adulthood. Cheers!

Cricut Christmas gift tags

The holidays are hectic enough as is with all the parties and get-togethers. I can’t count how many times I’m about to go out the door to an event and realize I can’t show up empty-handed. So I go and grab a bottle of wine and then realize I have no gift bags around.

I decided I’m going to stop bringing alcohol unwrapped like I’m going to some college house party and made a bunch of gift tags ready to go.

cricut christmas cards svg templates free
cricut christmas cards svg templates free

Easy Cricut holiday cards

I made this agnostic holiday snowflake card for those family friends that don’t celebrate Christmas. It’s always nice to be respectful of other people’s cultures and religious beliefs. After all, the holidays are mostly about family and friends.

cricut christmas cards svg templates free

Everyone can use a little more Joy during the holidays. It’s a time of reflection, celebration, remembrance and of course some spirited holiday cheer. I think “Joy” might be my favorite holiday sentiment when it comes to cardmaking. Here are a couple of my “Joy” cards:

cricut christmas cards svg templates free

Easy Christmas card ideas

Living in northern California, we have to drive a few hours to Tahoe to be surrounded by evergreens during the holidays. Despite living in more moderate weather for more than a decade now, I grew up in the Midwest with proper winters and the holidays are just not the same without snow.

I have fond memories of white outs with nothing in sight except for a few ever greens. Here’s my ode to the ever greens that make the holidays so much more special for me:

cricut christmas cards svg templates free

Free Christmas SVG files for the Cricut

Last but not least, who doesn’t love presents! Especially when it’s in a popup card. This popup presents card is super simple to make and only requires a couple of cuts and folds.

I left the one in the photo as is but there are many accessories and cutouts you and attach to customize the card for every recipient.

This last Rudolph card is my kid’s favorite for obvious reasons. You can order much of the Eos Coconut Milk lip balms from Amazon and make easy stocking stuffers with this Rudolph card template. There are brighter Eos red lip balms but some of them have a slight tint or are limited edition so I find the Coconut Milk one reliability suits everyone’s lip balm needs.

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    4 thoughts on “Cricut Christmas Cards”

    1. Sue says:

      Try to sign up but asks for password

    2. sharon says:

      I didn’t see any instructions on how to actually make the card.

      • Hi there, that’s correct! I haven’t gotten around to making more detailed instructions/photos of these cards yet. The way you make them is very similar to my other cards so if you’re in a rush, check out some of my other Cricut card tutorials (the whole category link is in my menu bar)

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