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Cricut Cardstock Ideas

Cricut Cardstock Ideas

With a Cricut machine, cardstock paper, and a dash of creativity, you can create many practical and easy homemade crafts. To give you the inspiration you need, we’ve made a list of many Cricut cardstock ideas that you can try out in your free time. So grab your crafting supplies and jump in!

1. Paper Flower Wreath

You can test your cutting machine with this elegant Cricut project. You’ll make a flower wreath using cardstock paper, glue, a wreath frame, and a thread to hang your craft as decoration in your house.

Get the tutorial for Paper Flower Wreath on hootshack.com.

2. Paper Flowers

Whether you have a floral-themed party coming up or want to decorate your house with colorful crafts, you’ll have a fun time making those vibrant paper flowers. You can use Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker for this project.

Learn how to make Paper Flowers on abbikirstencollections.com.

3. Mason Jar Herb Labels

All herbs look the same, and confusing them while cooking might result in an inedible meal. That’s why you need to make labels for your herb jars using your Cricut machine. They’ll take no time to make, and you’ll have elegant herb jars and delicious meals by the end of the day.

Check the instructions for Mason Jar Herb Labels on lydioutloud.com.

4. Mother’s Day Flower Corsage

If you’re out of ideas for this year’s Mother’s Day, you can go with an elegant cardstock flower corsage. And since it’s insanely easy to make, you can create some for your teachers and loved ones using different cardstock colors.

Find out more about Mother’s Day Flower Corsage on simplemadepretty.com.

5. Homeschool Weekly Calendar

Homeschooling may be challenging for parents, but it gets better with time management and organizing. If you’re a homeschooling parent, you can make this weekly calendar using Cricut vinyl to help you organize your kids’ studying days. And for the best part, it only requires minimum effort and time to make.

Read more about Homeschool Weekly Calendar on hellocreativefamily.com.

6. Bridesmaids’ Proposal Gifts

Do you want to add a unique personalized touch to your wedding day? If so, you can make bridesmaids’ proposal gifts using your Cricut Explore Air. In addition, you can choose your preferred font and write your and your bridesmaids’ names using the Cricut Design Space.

Learn more about Bridesmaids’ Proposal Gifts on thebudgetsavvybride.com.

7. Frozen Birthday Banner

Ever since Disney released the movie, Frozen, kids have been obsessed with it. So, if your kid is the same, you can surprise them with a Frozen-themed banner on their birthday. With your Cricut Maker, you can have the banner done in a short time.

Get the tutorial for Frozen Birthday Banner on cookiescoffeeandcrafts.com.

8. Gnome Gift Box

You can send this year’s Christmas gifts in homemade gnome gift boxes. And to put your kids in a festive spirit, you can let them join in on the fun since this Cricut project is pretty easy to make.

Check the instructions for Gnome Gift Box on cookiescoffeeandcrafts.com.

9. Unicorn Bookmarks

You can encourage your kids to read more books by giving them cute unicorn bookmarks. You’ll need cardstock paper in many colors, your Cricut machine, and glue to finish this project. You can also use glitter cardstock as a final decorative touch to your unicorns.

Learn how to make Unicorn Bookmarks on heyletsmakestuff.com.

10. Beginner Cricut Card

If you’ve been waiting for beginner Cricut projects, here’s your chance. You can make simple cards for any occasion you want using your cutting machine. For instance, you can make cards for Christmas, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s day, and more. All you have to do is create the design on the Cricut Design Space, and you’re good to go.

Get the tutorial for Beginner Cricut Card on wecanmakethat.me.

11. Fun Summer Wreath

Summer is nearly upon us, and you can make a beautiful, colorful wreath to welcome the warm season. Since the project is pretty simple, you can let your kids help you. Afterward, you can hang the wreath on your patio till summer ends. Of course, you’ll need your Cricut Maker and smooth cardstock to finish this project.

Find out more about Fun Summer Wreath on cookiescoffeeandcrafts.com.

12. Adorable Custom Party Invites

You can put your new Cricut machine to use with this joyful project. Suppose you have a birthday or shower party coming up. You can make custom party invites using cardstock paper and glitter Cricut pens.

Read more about Adorable Custom Party Invites on leapoffaithcrafting.com.

13. Graduation Cards DIY

There are many easy Cricut projects you can try out to celebrate graduation, and this one is insanely fun to make. You can write any preferred quote on the cards or personalize them using names. Then, after you finish making them, you can give them out to your friends as gifts.

Check the instructions for Graduation Cards on leapoffaithcrafting.com.

14. Fun and Festive Christmas Photo Props

You can welcome this year’s Christmas with fun and festive photo props. This way, your kids can take memorable and funny photos to keep forever. First, you’ll customize the designs on Design Space. Then, you can cut them using any of your Cricut machines.

Learn more about Fun and Festive Christmas Photo Props on cookiescoffeeandcrafts.com.

15. Fun Halloween Treats

This year, you can add a unique touch to your Halloween treats using your Cricut machine and cardstock paper. But not all cardstock will breed desired results; ideally, you should use heavy cardstock. Nevertheless, you can make many scary and fun shapes in a short time and with minimum effort.

Find out more about Fun Halloween Treats on simplemadepretty.com.

16. Flower Shadow Box

This idea is among the more advanced Cricut projects, so beware that it’ll take quite the time and effort. But by the end, you’ll have an elegant flower shadow box that you can keep or give away as a precious gift. You’ll need light cardstock and your Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker machine.

Check the instructions for Flower Shadow Box on leapoffaithcrafting.com.

17. Lollipop Holders for Valentine’s Day

You can celebrate Valentine’s day this year with many easy Cricut crafts, like this one. First, you’ll make lollipop holders using different paper materials. Then, you can give them away as great gifts to your loved ones. And since this project is simple, it’s ideal for classroom activities.

Learn more about Lollipop Holders for Valentine’s Day on cookiescoffeeandcrafts.com.

18. Woodland Animal Valentine’s Huggers

If you’re a teacher who wants to teach little kids about Valentine’s day, you can organize this easy Cricut craft. It includes making cute woodland animal huggers out of cardstock and tucking a lollipop in their arms. All in all, it’s an adorable project that the kids will enjoy.

Get the tutorial for Woodland Animal Valentine’s Huggers on abbikirstencollections.com.

19. Christmas Gift Tags

You can dust your Cricut Joy off to make many paper crafts, including this enjoyable one. You’ll make Christmas gift tags using colorful, textured cardstock. This way, you’ll practice your crafting skills and send personalized gifts to your loved ones.

Read more about Christmas Gift Tags on howtoheatpress.com.

20. Christmas Gift Cardholder

If you’re going to make Christmas cards using your Cricut machine, why not make cardholders too? You can choose cardstock in your preferred colors and decorate it with tiny snowflakes and other Christmas symbols.

Check the instructions for Christmas Gift Cardholder on makersgonnalearn.com.

21. Ghostbuster Centerpiece

Out of the many Cricut Maker projects on our list, this is one of the most enjoyable. You can throw your kids an unforgettable Ghostbuster-themed party and make this fabulous centerpiece. It might take you some time, but the results will be worth every second.

Get the tutorial for Ghostbuster Centerpiece on cookiescoffeeandcrafts.com.

22. Paper Wedding Bouquet

If you’re throwing a wedding party with a limited budget, you can make a beautiful wedding bouquet out of cardstock paper. You can choose the colors that match the rest of the theme and cut the cardstock using your Cricut Maker machine. Finally, you can make matching corsages for your bridesmaids.

Learn more about Paper Wedding Bouquet on hellocreativefamily.com.

23. Puppy Love Valentine Popsicle Stick Craft

If you want project ideas for preschoolers, here’s a cute one that the little ones will love. They’ll make a puppy face using popsicle sticks. And for the face details, you can use Cricut Explore or Cricut Joy to cut cardstock, make simple shapes, and glue them on the sticks.

Read more about Puppy Love Valentine Popsicle Stick Craft on hellocreativefamily.com.

24. Cricut Cupcake Wrappers

You can use your Cricut Explore to make cute cupcake cardstock wrappers. And as a bonus point, you can customize the wrappers to match the rest of your decor. You can make them for a birthday party, baby shower, bachelorette party, or any occasion you have coming up.

Get the tutorial for Cricut Cupcake Wrappers on makersgonnalearn.com.

25. Wedding Vow Cards

Do you want to read your wedding vows out of an elegant, personalized card? If so, it’s time to put your Cricut machine to use. You can also use adhesive vinyl to decorate the card with sparkly stickers. And you can get more Cricut vinyl projects ideas on craftwhack.com.

Check the instructions for Wedding Vow Cards on somethingturquoise.com.

26. 3D Paper Cactus Project

You can decorate your desk with a cute and colorful 3D paper cactus. First, you’ll use your Cricut machine to cut the green cardstock paper. Then, you can assemble the pieces using glue.

Learn how to make 3D Paper Cactus Project on makersgonnalearn.com.

27. DIY Coloring Card

Coloring is enjoyable and has a calming effect on people. That’s why you can make many DIY coloring cards using your Cricut machine and send them away as gifts. And luckily, like most easy Cricut projects, this one won’t take much of your time to finish.

Find out more about DIY Coloring Card on hellocreativefamily.com.

28. 3D Paper Vase

You can use many cardstock projects to decorate your house, like this beautiful 3D paper vase. Of course, you won’t be able to put real flowers in it. Nevertheless, it’ll be fun to make and give you a chance to use your Cricut machine.

Learn how to make 3D Paper Vase on alittlecraftinyourday.com.

29. Handmade Paper Christmas Ornaments

Do you want to decorate your Christmas tree with paper crafts this year? If so, you can make those attractive paper ornaments. You’ll need your cutting machine, Cricut pen, cardstock paper, and a few other supplies, and you’re good to go. You can either use textured or smooth cardstock for this project.

Get the tutorial for Handmade Paper Christmas Ornaments on 100directions.com.

30. Mini Wedding Tissue Boxes

If you want to throw a homemade-themed wedding party, you can make cute mini tissue boxes for your guests. First, you’ll get cardstock paper that matches your decorations. Then, you can cut it after customizing the design on your Design Space. You can also choose a heartwarming quote to write on the boxes or write your wedding date.

Check the instructions for Mini Wedding Tissue Boxes on somethingturquoise.com.

31. Christmas Paper Wreath

With green and red cardstock paper and your Cricut machine, you can make a stunning Christmas wreath to hang on your door. Cutting the leaves might take you some time, but this is the only challenge you’ll face doing this project. The rest is a piece of cake.

Find out more about Christmas Paper Wreath on sweetredpoppy.com.

32. 3D Paper Animals

If you want to teach your kids about the animal kingdom in an enjoyable and creative way, you can make 3D paper animals using your Cricut machine. First, you’ll need to choose the animal you want to make. For instance, if you want to make a turtle, you’ll need green cardstock. Then, you can cut the cardstock and let your kids help you in assembling the animal bodies.

Learn how to make 3D Paper Animals on jennifermaker.com.

33. Holiday Paper Train Countdown

Counting down for the holiday season makes kids more excited. As a creative twist on this year’s countdown, you can make this numbered train using cardstock. You can use it as home decor or put it in your classroom if you’re a teacher.

Find out more about Holiday Paper Train Countdown on jennifermaker.com.

Making homemade crafts is fun, and it can be made even more enjoyable with an efficient cutting machine. So now that you have Cricut cardstock project ideas to try out, you can practice your designing skills and make cool crafts!

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Written by Joanne Gonzales

Joanne Gonzales has a passion for getting creative. Whether she is making personalized DIY gifts or taking part in larger arts and crafts projects, she puts her all into making new and beautiful things.

She lives with a group of close friends and believes in the natural way of life. Joanne has built an outdoor arts and crafts gallery that overlooks the countryside in her hometown, which is where all of her creations come to life.

Art started off as a hobby, but over time Joanne has mastered her skills and sold some of her favorite pieces. She works full time as a florist and has done for many years. It helps keep her creative juices flowing and she hopes to one day open her own florist shop with a twist.

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