If you love to make your own DIY Handmade Christmas Cards, you will be surprised at how easy they can be with a Cricut machine. There are so many styles and designs to choose from, you’ll be making Christmas cards for everyone!
I love making homemade Christmas cards, and every year I try to make new ones with one of my Cricut machines. There are SO many great designs and themes to match your Christmas aesthetic. Plus, ordering custom Christmas cards can be REALLY expensive, and if you’re crafty, you can save some big money if you make DIY holiday cards!
I’ve gathered up some of my favorite card designs that you can make with a Cricut machine. You won’t have to use scissors and cut everything by hand – let the machine do the hard work and then you can spend some time being creative with colors and some glue. A cutting machine might be a little bit expensive in the beginning, but with the professional looking results you can achieve, you’ll be able to make your money back in no time by not buying all of the things you can make!
DIY Cricut Christmas Card Ideas
Did you know there are TONS of FREE Christmas Card designs included with a Cricut Access subscription?! Even if you just try it for one month, you’ll be able to make a card for everyone on your list, and get a discount on supplies! Learn more about what is included in a Cricut Access membership HERE.
Head to the each of the posts to support their blogs and get the tutorial and/or files to make your own Christmas cards! Plus, I will link all of my holiday cards here, too. So pin this post to remember it year after year. I love all of these, and your family members will love a homemade card, too!
These first two posts each contain THREE card designs!
I designed this card specifically for the Cricut Joy and Cricut Blank Insert Cards (they’re so easy!), but you can use it with a regular machine as well.
Shaker cards are so popular and really make a DIY card stand out! You’ll find a few of my favorites in this post, including this adorable one from Hey Let’s Make Stuff!
I love how detailed this card from Handmade in the Heartland is!
I love this traditional wreath card from Lydi Out Loud – it’s perfect if you want a little bit of a challenge in crafting a card but still want something timeless!
Jen from 100 Directions has the CUTEST illustrations available in Cricut Design Space. You’ll love all of her cute DIY Christmas Cards!
I love how fun and colorful this card is from Beth at The Kingston Home!
How modern and gorgeous are these cards from Lia Griffith?!
You can use SO many SVG files to make cards! Make sure you check out all of the Christmas SVG cutting files available on my site!