4 EASY Cricut Christmas Cards & Some Design Space Tips – Video!

Do you need some Christmas cards real quick? I have 4 fun ways to create the same card but change it up along the way!

Cricut’s Design Space has an endless supply of designs and ideas. And I can’t believe how easy it is to change up a design and make it my very own! Please note that I have afflilite links below.

I also have a video linked below to show you the process!

I am so proud of myself, I used some design paper today. But you could use any papers that you already have!

Lostinpaper - Cricut Design Space - Merry Christmas Card 4 Ways (card video) (2)

Starting with this gorgeous plaid.

Lostinpaper - Cricut Design Space - Merry Christmas Card 4 Ways (card video) (2)

And then it got all shiny!

Lostinpaper - Cricut Design Space - Merry Christmas Card 4 Ways (card video) (2)

This time I layered up the sentiment.

Lostinpaper - Cricut Design Space - Merry Christmas Card 4 Ways (card video) (2)

And for something different, I created a couple of shaker cards.

Lostinpaper - Cricut Design Space - Merry Christmas Card 4 Ways (card video) (2)

With a snowflake background.

Lostinpaper - Cricut Design Space - Merry Christmas Card 4 Ways (card video) (2)

This time I added some sparkle.

Because you know it’s Christmas when there is sparkle around.

Lostinpaper - Cricut Design Space - Merry Christmas Card 4 Ways (card video) (2)

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

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,

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

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

Cricut Design Space – Merry Christmas Jumble Card #M1158B3A

Cardstock – Memory Box Christmas Plaid (retired) / DCWV – Foiled Cardstock Stak (retired) / MFT – Candy Land (retired).

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22 thoughts on “4 EASY Cricut Christmas Cards & Some Design Space Tips – Video!

  1. Ooo la-la, Therese! So lovely. They look so elegant. I especially love the snowflake card. It’s gorgeous! ❄❄❄ Nicely done. Just curious, but does Australia get snow? Do you get really cold Winter weather? We always just hear about the heat and fires. We don’t get much cold here in South Central Texas. That’s why we thought we were going to die when we got that freak snow storm and 9*F back in February. It brought Texas to its knees. Anyway, just curious. πŸŽ„πŸŽ…β›„β„πŸŽ„

    1. Yes, the Southern states of Australia get very cold but typically snow will only be in the mountains and when it snows anywhere else our country stops too lol. Where I live it doesn’t snow as I am in the subtropics so we only really have the 2 seasons. I do still like to make snowy and snowflake cards just because they are fun and I like them, so why not.

      1. Me, too, Therese. I absolutely love snowflakes and LOVE snowflakes cards! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I’m actually debating purchasing a new snowflake stamp that I have my eye on. haha haha Well, if Hawaii gets snow anything is possible. Their highest mountain has an astronomy observatory lab and they get CRAZY blizzards, too. In Hawaii. πŸ˜€ In case I don’t chat with you again later, Feliz Navidad to you and your family, Therese. I hope you have a beautiful Christmas season and a wonderful New Year. I have been seriously injured for a long while so I am hopeful for a new season in 2022. πŸŽ„πŸŽ…β›„β„πŸŽ„

      2. In my humble opinion you can never have too many snowflake stamps (even in Australia lol). Merry Christmas to you to my friend and may the new year bring you health and joy! Crafty hugs Tx

  2. Love these! Have a lot of patterned paper that would be fun to use for this type of card. I keep seeing sales on Cricut but not sure I’m ready to take it on after watching – seems like a lot to learn!

    1. I hear you, it would want to be something that you used a lot to make it worth while. I can’t wait to try some ‘home decor’ ideas and if I do I will maybe share those if anyone is interested….

  3. Just brilliant as usual. You’re just so creative. I love them, especially the tartan one. Use a red plaid and it’ll be my favourite every time ❀️
    What is it about designer paper? We see something we love, buy it, then stash it away? I never mean not to use it, but with stamping, inking, die cutting and foilingπŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ I honestly rarely use it yet I bought more last week to add to my paper mountain. I think I’m going to have to start working on my conscience so that I buy less paper to save more trees. In my lifetime, I’ll never be able to use what I have. I know we’re all guilty but it’s time I followed your example and start using it. Thank you for inspiring me today ❀️

    1. My theory is that if I use it then I won’t have it anymore…. but if I stamp or create a background then I can make it as many times as I want (or something similar at least). So now, I try and really look at any paper pad I buy, which is not very often now, and see if I will really use it… and I also try and think ‘if I do use it then I can always get another one or a better one’ lol. But I am definitely with you on the ‘mountain’ I have enough for mine and everyone’s lifetime hahaha

  4. Thanks for the inspiration Therese ! Got my Cricut out of hibernation and made a shaker card with this design just enlarged the frame a little so I didn’t have to cut my foam so thin. Your cards are fabulous as always.

  5. You are so very welcome, great idea to ‘widen’ the border, I always love to challenge myself with cutting tiny bits of foam tape lol. But next time I will know better, thank you for the tip!

  6. This is so pretty and looks easy to make. How do I find the SVG? #M1158B3A doesn’t seem to show up in Circuit design space.

    1. Hi Christina, if it doesn’t allow you to search for it by code you can try the title of the file which is ‘Merry Christmas Jumble Card’. My apologies that I can’t link into Design Space directly from my blog but it doesn’t allow me to do that (someone smarter than me may know how lol). when I get a minute I might even post the cards I made to the space and then it could be linked that way. Thanks so much for your lovely visit here today, Crafty hugs Tx

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