This is the third day of the 12 Christmas Crafts Challenge and today I will make a very special Christmas card thanks to the wavy and perforation blades of the Cricut Maker.
From December 1st to Christmas, I will make one video every 2 days.
For this 12 Christmas Crafts Challenge, I will show you how to make original projects and I will even include free SVG files to download.
And today is the day that we’ll be using the wavy and perforation blades of the Cricut Maker.
DIY Christmas card
With this DIY Christmas card, you won’t even need an envelope to send it by mail. Because of the perforation blade, you’ll be able to send it as a postcard.
The person that will get it will only have to peel it to open it.
And to be sure that it is not too complicated, I’ll give you the SVG file for free!
So, do you want to make it? This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience and at no extra cost to you. Click here to see my full disclosure policy.
Materials and tools to make the DIY Christmas card
- Cricut Maker (the one I have)
- Scoring wheel
- Perforation blade
- Wavy blade (optional)
- Choice of cardstock
- Free SVG file available in my resources library by subscribing below.
How to make the Christmas card
If you have any questions or comments, or even some suggestions for a next craft, don’t hesitate to write to me below!
The 12 Christmas Crafts Challenge