How To Make Cricut Cards In 6 Easy Steps

Do you ever need a last minute card and then just struggle for inspiration? I am going to show you a quick and easy way How To Make Cricut Cards In 6 Easy Steps. Honestly this is one of those, “wish I had thought of it years ago” moments.

I adore making cards, but sometimes overthink it, when in fact you just want something quick and easy, and I mean super quick. In fact I challenge you to time yourself, I am guessing you can do this in under 5 minutes. (The design space bit) Lets give it a hashtag the #5minutecardchallenge and if you manage it share and tag me I would love to see your Quick Cricut Cards.

Now I can’t take all the credit for this one, I just made it my own. It all started when my good pal and business partner Donna from Like Love Do and Cruising For All made a similar card for Jack for his 21st, then I next time I needed a card I thought I would have a go.

How to make easy cards in Cricut Design Space

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How To Make Cricut Cards

This is a super easy process, you can use any image from Cricut Design Space, or any of my free files, alphabet and numbers which is a great way of making age or personalised cards in Cricut.

What Do You Need To Make Cards With Cricut?

What you will need

Grab A Square From Cricut Shapes

Go to the left hand bar in Cricut Design Space, and click on the shapes box. You can select and shape you want. But for this project I am going to use a square with rounded corners.

Create An Offset

Now head to the top bar and click offset, I set my offset at 0.25 which is perfect for a card frame. This will create and offset that will form the frame of your card.

Create an Offset on your square

Slice The Inner Square From The Outer Square

Once you have your offset, slice the smaller square out of the larger square, this will give you your frame. To slice select all and either click slice in the bottom right corner, or right click and press slice. You can now delete the rest and just keep your frame.

Slice one square out of the other

Choose And Image Or Phrase From Design Space Images

You have several options here, you can use your own image, use one of my free SVG files, just head to the Cricut menu at the top of this page.

Or if you have Design Space access choose and image or words from design space. I chose a happy birthday sunflower, but you can see how many options there are! You can use text, but if its a specific word you want try searching in images, there’s so much choice.

choose and image in design space images

Weld And Cut

Position your image so its touching the square border, this is very important if you want to your card in once piece. I also added a heart to finish the design.

Position and weld your image to make a Cricut Card

When you are happy, select all and click weld. You can find weld in the bottom left hand corner. Now you can size your image, my cards are 8×8 so I wanted it to fit just inside. You can see in the image below it is touching the frame at the top and bottom.

Send to cut making sure you use your brayer to attach your card to your cutting mat.

To to make a card with Cricut

Attach To Your Card

Once cut use Cosmic shimmer glue to attach your image cut to your card and you have a great easy card made on Cricut in 6 steps.

Also, try making personalised cards, to make a personalised card in Cricut type a name, choose a font and add the layer to your card.

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