36 Responses to DIY Christmas Card Ornaments with Free Cut File

  1. It’s funny, as many times as I’ve used the Cut Styles window, I didn’t really notice that that was where you also can adjust settings to perforate your lines. Thanks for that VERY helpful tip! I feel less intimidated by projects that require “scoring” now.

    And I love saving Christmas cards, too. In fact, now I feel more justified in that hoarder tendency, knowing I can repurpose those cards into stunning ornaments like these. Thanks for the tips and tricks you shared – – adding this to my Christmas crafts to do list!

    Thanks for participating in this month’s Silhouette Challenge and for inspiring us with your creativity as always, Meredith!
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  2. First of all, what a great name you have! ;-) Next….look out….you’ve just created a monster! I have loved those ornaments for some time, but never wanted to spend the time cutting and scoring…with your cut file, I don’t have to!!!! Thanks for the tips on putting them together, that’ll come in handy when I decide to make a million of these with my family later this season!

  3. These are so great! Thanks for sharing your cut file as well. I save my Christmas cards every year and I punch two holes in them and put them on binder rings by year. Then the next Christmas I put the books out on the table so I can look through them and enjoy them again. Or I make gift tags out of them. I think I will try my hand at these and use them to decorate a mini tree.
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  4. Finally having a chance to go through all the Silhouette Challenge project inspiration– I’m like a [big] kid on Christmas but earlier!!

    Wow, re-purposing Christmas cards, who would have thought?! I love how you incorporated the pretty colors and fonts used from the cards to create such a unique ornament! The angles and lines… they hit the spot on the mathy side of my brain haha!

    Keep on being fabulous!!
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  5. Very cute! Looks like it takes a lot of patience. But definitely something I want to try this season. We get a lot of Christmas cards and I always feel terrible throwing them out.
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  6. This is such a great idea for re-using old Christmas cards! Thanks for sharing this project at The Pin Junkie. It was featured in today’s Christmas decorating roundup. http://www.thepinjunkie.com/2013/12/christmas-decorating-ideas.html Hope you can stop by and grab a featured button and be sure to share your best Christmas crafts at tonight’s party for another chance to be featured.
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  7. My sisters, brother and I made these ornaments with my grandmother 45 years ago, I still have them, and I am so glad to see they are still being made!

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