Crafting Holiday Magic with Your Cricut Machine
The holidays are quickly approaching, and amidst the hustle and bustle of the season, there’s something truly special about receiving a heartfelt Christmas card in the mail. That’s why, even with our busy lives, I make it a point to send out Christmas cards every year. This week’s freebie is a Christmas PNG perfect for making your cards! I’ve added a free Christmas card Cricut tutorial so you can craft your cards at home. You can quickly create these fun holiday cards with your trusty printer and Cricut machine.
What do I need to make Christmas cards with Cricut?
Now, let’s get to the fun part – gathering all the goodies you’ll need to create your own delightful Christmas cards with Cricut. Whether you’re a seasoned crafter or just getting started, having the right stuff on hand is the key to a successful project. Check out the list below to make sure you have everything you need for this creative adventure. It’s like preparing for a holiday crafting party with your Cricut machine!
Supplies I used to make my Christmas Card
- Cricut machine – I used the Cricut Joy Xtra
- Light Grip Mat
- Christmas Pattern Digital Paper
- Free Christmas Digital Paper
- Cardstock -While labeled as “bright white,” please note that it has a slightly creamier hue than a pure bright white.
- White Cardstock
- Printer – I have an Epson Ecotank Inkjet printer
- Bone tool for folding or Squeegee
Cricut Joy Xtra Cutting Mats
I’ve encountered a common concern lately about the Joy Xtra cutting mats showing signs of curling on the ends. I faced the same challenge myself and decided to explore alternatives. After some research, I found a fantastic solution – a set of high-quality cutting mats that work seamlessly with the Joy Xtra. Even better, it includes both the standard grip mat and the light grip mat. These have become my go-to mats for crafting excellence!
What’s that font?
The font I used for the Christmas card is called Baby Girl.
Free Christmas Card Cricut Tutorial
Join me for a festive crafting adventure as we dive into holiday cardmaking! I’ll walk you through the entire process, from sizing your cards in Design Space to adding beautiful backgrounds using digital papers. Whether you have a Cricut Joy Xtra like mine or any other Cricut machine with the print then cut feature, you’ll be able to craft stunning holiday cards that spread joy and warmth.
Making Christmas Cards with my Cricut
So there you have it, a delightful adventure in crafting your own Christmas cards with Cricut. I can’t wait to get these in the mail to my friends and family. Now that you know how easy it is, will you use your Cricut to make your Christmas cards this year? I’d love to see them if you do! Happy crafting, and Merry Christmas!
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