Know someone who needs a pick-me-up? Send them some bright and beautiful papercut greeting cards. We came up with two card designs for you to choose from — one with pretty flower details and one with a unique geometric pattern.

Because the details are so intricate, we recommend using your cutting machine with our SVG file. Or you can always print our PDF template and use a detail knife.

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For Your Best Buds

Considering that social distancing is still recommended, getting mail can be an extra sweet surprise for a friend or family member. Especially when the card is so beautiful and unique! These cards are blank inside so you can write your own message — whether it’s for a special occasion or just because.

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Tools

Materials

Instructions

To make these papercut greeting cards, download the SVG cut file to use with your cutting machine. Cut your greeting card from your choice of cardstock, then cut the plain insert on a lighter colored paper (this is the paper you will write your greeting on). Simply fold and tuck inside the papercut card, or you can add a dab of glue to secure it in place. Use our envelope templates below to cut your coordinating A7 envelopes.

DIY "for you" geometric card handmade greeting cards DIY greeting cards and envelopes

Explore More

Want more ideas like this one? Browse all of our stationery and cards. If you are dropping a card off in person, you can always make some paper flowers as a gift to go along with it. 

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