Use your Cricut or Silhouette to make this pretty reindeer Christmas card. Includes free SVG!
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Hello, beautiful people! It’s now just 12 days ’til Christmas. After a bit of an insane DIY Christmas décor spree, I’ve finally finished this year’s decorations. With no decorating left to do, I’ve been busying myself making a whole bunch of Christmas cards using my Cricut Explore Air 2 (the one I excited mentioned in this reindeer garland post).
While some of my Cricut Christmas cards were epic fails (my overflowing-with-failed-cards-recycling bin is testament to that), a few of them did turn out okay. One of the ones that wasn’t an epic fail was this layered deer Christmas card.
Rather than keep the card to myself, I thought I’d share it with you all!
Below you will find both a link to the project on Cricut Design Space and a .zip file containing the SVG file. If you have a Cricut, I recommend you use the link to Cricut Design Space. The card is already all laid out for you: all you have to do is hit “Make”. If you don’t have a Cricut (and thus can’t use Cricut Design Space), the .zip file contains everything you need to cut the card on your machine.
Finally, if you use this card, I’d love to hear about who you’re giving it to in the comments. Hearing your Christmas stories always fills my heart with such joy!
DIY deer Christmas card - with FREE SVG
Instructions for assembly:
- Use your cutting machine to cut out all of the layers.
- Use your weeding tool to weed the background from layers (1) and (2).
- Glue (3) to the back of (2). Use the scraper tool to smooth out any bumps.
- Glue the combined (2) and (3) to the inside of (1).
- Fold (1) in half.