DIY Paper Cutout Christmas Holiday Cards

November 13, 2020

Hope y'all are enjoying this warm weather in November! I know it's still a little early but I've already put up and decked out my Christmas tree. Yep! And you can expect lots of DIYs. For example, check out these DIY Christmas ornaments I did for my tree.

With all the pandemic restrictions and safety measures, holidays this year will definitely be very different. But just because we might not be able to see our families and friends for the holidays, it doesn't mean we can't tell them that we're thinking of them, right? Today, I want to show you how I made these beautiful paper cutout holiday cards that I plan to send out to those who I don't get to see this upcoming Christmas season.
 

DIY Paper Cutout Christmas Holiday Cards


How to Make these Paper Cutout Christmas Holiday Cards


Supplies I used to make these cards:


I first created the holiday cutout designs using Illustrator. I was inspired by the whimsical winter theme so I wanted to make 3 designs that would work together as a set and also on its own.

The holiday scene was incorporated into a Christmas ornament in which I used to create the cutout effect. Once I loaded the design file onto Cricut's Design Space, all I had to do is send it to cut on a piece of white cardstock. Then for the insert, I trimmed a piece of coloured cardstock of the same size and folded it in half. I taped the coloured cardstock with scrapbooking adhesive along the fold line onto the inside of the white cardstock for a cleaner look.

I loved how it turned out! It was so simple to make yet the end result looked absolutely stunning!


DIY Paper Cutout Christmas Holiday Cards

DIY Paper Cutout Christmas Holiday Cards
DIY Paper Cutout Christmas Holiday Cards

What do you guys think of these holiday cards? If you don’t have a cutting machine to use my digital file, I have some good news for you. I’m now offering these cards in my shop! They will be made to order and all come with their own white envelope and cellophane bag for protection. You can get them individually or as a set. Simply choose a design that you like. You also have an option to print a personal message inside the cards. I can even send them on your behalf so that there's one item off your to-do list ;)



Hope you all have a safe holiday! 

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14 comments

  1. If I was crafty I would definitely be making these - they're so cute!

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    1. Lol! I realize not everyone is crafty, that’s why I’m now offering these ready made in my shop too :)

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  2. hi
    the cards are indeed cute and i must say that u have a lot of talent

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  3. These are so beautiful!! I love DIY projects!

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  4. Woah, you actually made these! I couldn't tell that they were hand made they look like the store bought ones. These are just beautiful and for sure holiday season material. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. These are so lovely and creative! They really bring in the holiday spirit, too.

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  6. It seems very easy to make and thanks a lot for the wonderful ideas to make something personal and celebrate Christmas! - Knycx Journeying

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  7. These cards are so beautiful, tender, and romantic. It certainly needs some talent to achieve these beautiful pieces of art.

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  8. This is just another reason why I need to buy a cricut. I want to make beautiful cards like this. I love to make things by hand, but I would never be able to cut that by myself.

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  9. These turned out so beautiful! Hopefully I can do this with my kids as a project for family members this Christmas 🎄

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  10. Aww I love the result! I would love to engage in this craft :) Very creative and saves a lot of money.

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  11. Those are so adorable. My sister would love to do this!

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  12. oooh I think that these holiday cards are dazzling! I don't have a paper cutting machine but I'll have a look at your digital file because these cards are so lovely.

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  13. Normally, people nowadays doesn't even care writing Christmas cards unlike before where children give a lot of thoughts when creating or writing one. Missed those days.

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