How to Make 3 BEAUTIFUL Floral Cards With the Cricut + Video!

Do you like floral cards? You probably already know that I do, but I literally had 1000’s to choose from…. so how do you choose lol!

I have partnered with Cricut and it was such FUN! The Cricut Maker is a sleek machine that is really simple to use and there are so many wonderful tutorials available that the learning curve was effortless and I hope that my video will show just how EASY it is to use it in card making. Please note that I have afflilite links below

Flowers are always beautiful on a card so I made 3 to share with you today, you can find the video tutorial linked below.

Starting with some serious dimension and my ‘go to’ colour combination.

Using the Cricut Design Space was very easy. And with so many images and fonts to choose from I was in heaven!

It was great having the ability to resize these to suit my projects.

My second design shares how to create multiples easily with the Cricut Maker in Design Space.

And for something different, I added a negative space heart to showcase them within.

And for my final design I created my own rectangle stencil. This was easy to do using the Stencil Vinyl from Cricut and you could make it any shape that you want.

This time I added some simple silhouette flowers.

You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at YouTube!

I hope you are inspired to see my cards in Design Space at Cricut. You can follow along and use my templates by clicking on these links here in the Design Space Community.

Dimensional Card

Heart Card

Silhouette Card

Thanks so very much for joining me here today, I really had such fun and loved how was easy the Cricut was to use too! Crafty hugs,

Therese signature 2

***The Cricut Maker is available in Australia at Spotlight / Big W / Harvey Norman / Costco.

and their ANZ Social media here




Other Supplies (available in the USA) and contains affliate links:

Affiliate links are used
Cricut Maker (Champagne)
Cricut Maker (Champagne)

StandardGrip Machine Mat
StandardGrip Machine Mat

Basic Tool Set
Basic Tool Set

Gel Pen Set Peacock
Gel Pen Set Peacock

Stencil Vinyl
Stencil Vinyl


17 thoughts on “How to Make 3 BEAUTIFUL Floral Cards With the Cricut + Video!

  1. Oh, new things are awesome.
    These cards are pretty swish!
    Hoping the fur babies are all surviving though the current version of COVID life.

  2. Great projects. You made it look easy. The hardest part looks like deciding on a card idea from unlimited possibilities.

  3. First of all I’d like to say I love your cards, especially the Heart aperture. I’ve held off commenting as I wanted to watch your video a few times before I did. I’ve never wanted this type of machine in the past, but you’ve got me thinking now. Was this your first experience of using a Cricut Therese, or had you used them in the past? Did it take you long to get to grips with it? It didn’t look as though you were struggling at all. Sorry for bombarding you with questions, but you’ve got me seriously considering it and I was in a craft store yesterday with Cricut machines in stock and I noticed they do one to one tuition for a very small fee. There are a number of models available too. My real concern is that it’s another machine and how much will I use it? That’s the question I have to ask myself, but I was really impressed with how easy you made it seem ❤️

    1. Hi Delia, I had never used a Cricut before and found the free Design Space program very easy to use. It only took me a couple of days to make these cards and video and prior to this had only spent one day ‘playing’ where I made a card for my SIL and for my Dad. Time is always the thing to consider as you won’t get it out to play if you think it’s too hard and you don’t have the time, and that would be a waste. But it really was very easy to learn what I needed to do to make my cards, but this is just the tip of the iceberg, there are so many other things that can be done with this machine… and I hope to try some of those out very soon. I suppose the short answer is Yes, lol. Thanks so much and thanks for your lovely visit here today, Crafty hugs, Therese x

  4. Love the cards you made.

    I just read the comment above and your response. Umm I have never been inclined to purchase either as I have a die cutting machine, label maker, numerous sewing machines and all the stuff from all those creative pursuits all fighting for space in my craftroom. I need to ask myself if I would use this enough? Let’s see if I can make some space hehehe

  5. Why do you always make it look so easy? I bought a Cricut over 10 years ago, and I could NEVER get it to cut without tearing the paper, or the paper sticking to the mat. I got so frustrated, I put it away and forgot about it. You’ve brought my Cricut PTSD back! There goes years of therapy, down the drain. 🙂

Leave a Reply