Make custom cards for Easter using your Cricut. Combine layers of colored card stock, create hand-drawn designs with the Cricut Pen and add cute embellishments. In no time you can craft sweet greeting cards to gift to friends and family.
Easter cards are such a great DIY Easter project for the whole family! Below you’ll find project ideas to get you started.
Make your own Easter Cards with Your Cricut
Creating your own Easter cards with your Cricut machine is so much fun. Choose from a variety of materials and mix-and-match designs to make cards personalized for all your favorite people.
Here are some great examples of cards you can make. Each card has been set up as a Cricut canvas, ready for your to start crafting! Each card features different art accents I designed for Cricut Design Space. My talented friend, Amanda Tibbitts handmade each of these cards… aren’t they adorable?
Make this card: Make this Flower Easter Bunny Card
How to make Easter cards with your Cricut
To make Easter cards with your Cricut, you don’t need many materials. You’ll really only need cardstock and your Cricut machine. However, to make more elaborate cards, you will need a few more supplies such as multiple colors of cardstock or pretty add-on embellishments.
Layer different colors of cardstock to create a variety of different looks. You can also try different printed papers or patterned papers. For extra accents, consider using vinyl or even iron-on vinyl layered on top of cardstock. You can create so many unique looks when you create your own Easter cards.
Make this card: Make your own pretty floral Easter eggs card
Easter greeting cards can be serious and religious or they can be cute and fun. In my family, we like to share cute, Happy Easter messages in a variety of ways. From making an Easter basket with chocolate bunnies to painting eggs with the kids and colorful table decor, ready for brunch. Easter is a time to get together and celebrate.
Read more: Easter projects You Can Make
Make this Card: Make your own Easter egg trio card (this is my favorite!).
You can also use the following design to make an Easter card or other Easter decor. This multi-layered design can be used with your favorite colors to create a custom look.
Recommended: Easter SVG Cut Files
Let’s talk about gifting Easter Cards
When Should Easter cards be sent?
Easter cards can be sent just in time for Easter Sunday. They can also be delivered by hand if you’d like.
Are Easter cards popular?
In some areas Easter cards are very popular. It’s a great opportunity to send a note of love and hope to people important to you. You can send a cute, casual card or more serious religious Easter cards.
Do people buy cards for Easter?
Yes. Easter cards a commonly bought and sent or given to friends and family. Easter cards can be purchased from retail stores and online. Or you can make your own cards.
What do you write in an Easter card?
I don’t know the official answer. But I do know, as a kid, I loved getting a Happy Easter card from my grandmother. She’s find the cutest cards. Fill them with a loving message and cute Easter stickers.
For others Easter cards are more religious in messaging. Sharing a bible verse or a small testimony would also be a nice way to gift a meaningful sentiment for the season.
Whatever card you choose and whatever message you’d like to share, the idea of gifting a handmade Easter card is always a nice gesture. So make all the cards and share all the smiles… Happy Easter!
In a hurry? Download and print this cute Easter Bunny coloring card to share in minutes!
Grab your Cricut Machine and tell me…. Which Easter card will you make first?
If you have your own Cricut Access account, many of the above designs are free to use. So head over to Cricut Design Space and start crafting!
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With a Cricut machine, you can make beautiful Easter cards for all your loved ones. You can create thoughtful, personalized cards that will wonderfully surprise your friends and family. Get creative and experiment with designs and fonts; creating designs that are as unique as you!