Making Cricut Birthday Cards is Easy!
Here are Cricut Birthday Cards to get your creative juices flowing. I love making birthday cards with my Cricut Machine. No matter which machine you have, you can get great results. The layering and all of the shapes on the different and in Cricut Design Space™ really make them stand out.
There are images perfect for kids and adults, feminine and masculine. Add patterned paper, a stamped sentiment, and a few embellishments like buttons or rhinestones, and you will have a fun Cricut Birthday Card that a friend or family member would love to receive.
Party Hat Cricut Birthday Card
I used the Party Hats on the Doodlecharms Cricut Cartridge and paper from Bo-Bunny Press to make this Cricut Birthday Card. I love the bright primary colors. This Cricut Birthday Card is perfect for a child or teen, a boy or girl. I added blue rhinestones for a little sparkle. The scalloped ovals were cut using Nestabilities and a Cuttlebug.
By using small amounts of the busy patterned paper and a more subtle dotted pattern, there is a nice balance with lots of texture. I also like to use dimensional dots or squares to pop some of the die cuts to add height.
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Lovely Red Rose Cricut Card
Marie with The Inspiration Vault has made some lovely birthday cards with the Cricut Explore. This one has a really pretty rose that would also be great for Mother’s Day or Get Well.
Here’s a video showing how I used lots of patterned papers to make a Cricut Birthday Card.
Scrappins a Hoot has 26 Cricut Birthday Cards that you might also like.
A Summer Birthday Card Using the Cricut
This toucan was cut using the Life Is A Beach Cricut Cartridge. The shapes on that cartridge are wonderful for making summer Cards. The “It’s your bird-day!” is from My Pink Stamper. The bright colors make for a fun summer birthday card.
Cupcake Card – Another Card Using the Cricut Expression
Would you believe that this cupcake is on the Hello Kitty Cricut Cartridge? I love mixing the bright colors with the black. It really makes this Cricut Birthday Card stand out! I added Fruit Punch Stickles to the icing to look like sprinkles and a small scrap of ribbon for an accent on the cupcake bottom. A teen or preteen girl would love to get this festive card!
Pretty Purple Birthday Card
If you know someone who is a fan of purple, they will love this card. Of course you can cut it in any color, but this Pretty Purple Cricut Card is stunning with all of the details, butterfly, and script “Happy Birthday”.
T-Rex Birthday Card
This T-Rex Cricut Card will please all the little boys. It is only one cut with a solid layer behind it, making it an quick card to complete.
Daisy Cricut Card
This Lovely Daisy Card by Anna Griffin has lots of layers to glue, but the results are stunning. The light green, pink, and yellow are perfect for spring birthday wishes.
Sending a Happy Bee-lated Birthday Card will certainly get you forgiven for late well wishes. This smiling bumble bee is on the Create a Critter Cricut Cartridge. By combining this die cut and the sentiment, the card doesn’t need alot of embellishing.
Another Birdie Sending Birthday Wishes
Here’s a sweet birdie in her fancy hat to wish someone a Happy Birthday! You can find her on the Create a Critter 2 Cricut Cartridge. The paper and rhinestone flower on her hat are the perfect accent.
Little Boy Cricut Birthday Card
This dapper turtle from the Create a Critter 2 Cricut Cartridge will surely brighten a little boy’s day. We always think of turtles a being green, but he would be cute in pink for a girl tortoise lover.
Koala Bear Cricut Birthday Card
A cuddly koala bear brings a heart to wish a Happy Birthday. She is on the Create A Critter 2 Cricut Cartridge. That cartridge has so many sweet animals that are great for making cards.
Hippo Cricut Birthday Card
A Happy Hippo wishes a Hippo Birthday! She has glitter and wiggle eyes to add extra details.
Monkey Cricut Birthday Card
Monkeys are the perfect animal for bringing birthday greetings. This one is swinging on a vine and carrying his banana. This card would put a smile on any toddler’s or little boy’s face.
Winnie the Pooh Cricut Birthday Card
Winnie the Pooh is one of the most beloved fictional characters of all time. Of course kids love him, but there are lots of adults who love him as well. This bright card in primary colors would be great for a child’s first birthday or for any adult Pooh lover. You can find Pooh and all of his buddies on the Pooh and Friends Cricut Cartridge.
Sesame Street Cricut Cards
Toddlers love seeing their favorite characters! The bright colors of Big Bird, Elmo, and Cookie Monster are perfect for sending birthday wishes! These characters and some more of their friends are on the Sesame Street Friends Cricut Cartridge.
Flamingo Cricut Birthday Card
This flamingo is perfect for a summery Cricut Birthday Card. He is on the Life Is A Beach Cricut Cartridge. The patterned papers are from Stampin’ Up and add to the summery feel. The Happy Birthday is from the Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Set from Stampin’ Up.
Put Your Cricut to Work!
Get the most out of your Cricut! There are so many great shapes that it can cut. With all of the die cuts that are available, you can make tons of handmade cards for all occasions. I hope these Cricut Birthday Cards have inspired you!
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