It’s back to school season! That means it’s time to get creative and think of fun ways we can say hello to our new or returning teachers. It’s a great way to introduce yourself or just to make a teacher feel loved. Maybe you have a friend graduating and you want to make a fun and thoughtful homemade card for them as well. Today I want to show you a few different ways to make fun and Easy DIY Back To School Cards. If you have a Cricut this is perfect for you. We got all of these cute card designs from Makers Gonna Learn. It’s the ultimate crafting membership made for die cutting lovers like you. Not only do you get access to the hundreds of files when you become a member, but new files are added every month! Be sure to check it out! I hope you enjoy learning about these fun cards.
Some of these cards are as simple as printing and sticking, while others require some layering, vinyl, and creativity. You can make all of these cards a number of different ways so be sure you’re creating one that’s in your comfort zone.
This is a super easy card that you print and cut. You can use your Cricut to cut out the card template yourself or simply use scissors. You can make this card very easily. Who doesn’t love a simple homemade card?
This card is so creative! It actually uses two different files from Makers Gonna Learn’s Back To School collection. They compliment each other so well. It’s a simple folded card with printed lockers and a cute “have a great year” sign. It’s a great card to try if you’re feeling more confident in your card making skills.
This card looks hard, but it’s really not. The Cricut cut the base of the card from white cardstock then cut the apple outline and text from red cardstock. Then finally it cut little leaves from green cardstock. You simply use your handy dandy ATG gun and assemble. So easy!
I’m not going to lie. This one is a doozie. Super fun to make, but not for the faint of heart. I would leave this one to the confident paper crafters, but if you want to try your hand then be our guest! It’s a fun multi-layer multi-material tri-fold card. You’ve got textured paper, cardstock, and vinyl. A lot of things go into making this card, but it does look fantastic once it’s finished.
It doesn’t get much easier than hand cutting a simple square card, and adding some vinyl text with some transfer paper. It looks like a high-end card but in reality, it just helped you use up some vinyl scraps! I hope you’re not afraid of making DIY cards with your Cricut anymore. There’s a wide range of designs and there are some for everyone. I hope you enjoyed this roundup!