How to Make Business Cards with your Cricut | Free SVG Templates (2023)

Hello Daydreamers!

Today’s tutorial will teach you how to make beautiful business cards with your Cricut Machine.

There are many ways you can make business cards with your machine. However, for this tutorial, I decided to use Print then Cut. Because I think considering all options, it’s the most affordable and the least time-consuming.

With the exemption of the Cricut Joy, this project is compatible with all Cricut Machines.

Not only will I show you a step-by-step tutorial on how to make them from scratch in Design Space, but I will also provide you with Free SVG and JPEG templates to make your own business cards as well.

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If you’ve never used Print then Cut before, I highly suggest you read my step-by-step tutorial.

Tip: This tutorial builds upon the skills I teach in every step, so if you’re just starting with your machine, I suggest you read/follow each step.

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Should you Make or Buy your Business Cards

Step 1 – Make Business Cards in Cricut Design Space

Add Card

Add Extra Shapes to Make Contrast

Step 2 – Mat Preview and Material Selection

Add Extra Copies

(Video) 💼 How to Create Business Cards with Cricut

Print

Select Material

Business Cards with Uploaded Templates

Step 1 – Upload Files

Step 2 – Ungroup and Slice

Step 3 – Slice to Form Watercolor Shape

Step 4 – Add Text and Offset

Final Look

Share it!

Should you Make or Buy your Business Cards

Before you make this project, I wanted to invite you to consider whether you should make or buy your business cards.

As a business owner, you need to make sure that you spend time on areas that really make sense. Business Cards are quite easy to make, but you still need to spend time designing, printing, and cutting.

Sometimes you can order 100 business cards for under 20 dollars, and you can also design them. Here’s an example.

If you have the time, I would personally do it this way.

Although it’s cheaper to order online, sometimes we leave things to the very end, and with your Cricut, you can make some business cards in a matter of 10 to 30 minutes.

Also, if you just changed your personal info, you can make a small batch of business cards to hand out while you get new ones.

Tools & Materials

  • Cricut Machine (Maker Family, Explore Family)
  • Fine Point Blade
  • Printer
  • Light or Standard Grip Mat
  • High Quality Cardstock*

* When making business cards, you want to use the highest quality of cardstock you can find. Don’t go cheap on it, because your cards will also look cheap.

(Video) How to Make Business Cards with Cricut | Cricut Business Cards

Step 1 – Make Business Cards in Cricut Design Space

Making Business Cards in Design Space is very easy. The hardest part is coming up with ideas. I recommend you google “business cards examples” and get some inspiration if you feel stuck.

For this tutorial, I decided to make a business card for someone that bakes treats, and her name is “Olivia.”

This example is imaginary, andany similarity to existing persons, companies, email addresses, or URLsis purely coincidental.

Add Card

Let’s start by making a simple business card.

Click on the “Shapes” icon on the left panel and drop a square on the canvas area. Initially, the square will be grey. Click on it, and on the top menu, unlock the proportions and resize the card.

The standard size for a business card is 3.5 x 2 inches. However, if you use Print then Cut, you’ll only be able to make 4 cards per page, and that, to me it’s a waste of paper.

I resized the square to 3.3 x 1.8 inches so I could make 8 cards. They are a bit bigger, but they still waste some paper. If you want to maximize space and make 10 cards, the size should be 3.2 x 1.75 inches.

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Once you resize, change the color of the card by click on the color box next to “Operation” on the top menu. I used white, but you can also use other colors as well.

Add Extra Shapes to Make Contrast

Many business cards have two colors to create a contrast between the logo and a person’s contact information.

Drop a second square and resize it to fit your business card. The height must be identical (1.8 inches for this case), but the width can be flexible.

Now you need to align the card to perfection.

The best way to do this is by selecting both shapes, clicking on “Align” on the top menu, and selecting “Align Left.” Repeat the same process and no select the option “Align Top.”

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Add a small circle to your business cards where you can place your business’ logo.

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Don’t be limited, though!

Experiment with other shapes like hearts, stars, diamonds, hexagons, etc.

Add Images & Text

It’s time to add the Business Card information!

If you have a logo, you should use it!

If you don’t, you can use images to illustrate what your business is all about. Since I am making a business card for a baker, I searched for cupcake images.

What is your profession?

  • Musician? How about adding a little guitar.
  • Wedding planner? How about adding a cute little ring, or a wedding dress.
  • Photographer? What about adding a cute little camera

Click on the images icon, and search by keyword to find an image that aligns the best with your business.

Cricut has free images; however, you need Cricut Access or pay individually to access most of them. You can buy illustrations on websites like creativefabrica.com or fontbundles.com.

If you decide to get an image from the web, read their license to see if you can use it for commercial purposes.

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To add text, click on the text icon on the left panel. For the business name, I used the font “DJ Jer,” and for the other text, I used “Cricut Sans.”

Check out the exact settings on the following screenshot.

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On the other side of the card, I typed in the name, position in the business, and contact information.

You can also add your social media accounts, physical address, etc.

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(Video) How to make business cards with a cricut maker with free template

If you don’t know how to work with text in Design Space. Check out my step-by-step tutorial.

Add Extra Details & Flatten

The right side of the card looked like it needed a little extra love.

I added another square, unlocked its proportions, and made a very thin rectangle to create a division between the “name” and the “business position.”

When you’re done designing, select all the layers on the canvas and click on the “Flatten” icon at the bottom of the layers panel.

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All the elements that make the entire card are compressed into a single layer. When you use “Flatten,” you tell your machine to print first and then cut around the edges.

Step 2 – Mat Preview and Material Selection

After flattening your card, go ahead and click on “Make it” in the upper-right corner of the program.

Add Extra Copies

Something very cool about the “Mat Preview and Material Selection” interfaces is that you can create multiple copies.

It’s better to add the copies here and not in the canvas because you may want to print then cut 20 cards one time—another time just 15 cards etc.

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Type the number of cards you want on “Project copies” and click on “Apply” for the changes to take effect.

Click on “Continue” to print and select materials.

Print

After leaving the “Mat Preview,” you will be given step-by-step instructions to cut your project.

The first option is “Print,” It has a button that says “Send to Printer.” Go ahead and click there.

A little window named “Print Setup” will open. From this window, you will be able to choose your printer, add extra copies to your project, turn on bleed, and/or use your system dialog box.

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The “System Dialog” is useful if you need to find your printer, change the type of paper you are using to print with different settings, or want to save your project as a PDF and print it in a different location.

I usually have “Bleed” on and “System Dialog” off.

Although, for business cards, you may want to tweak the settings, so they look perfect.

Select Material

It’s time to select your materials.

If you have a machine with a smart dial, move it to custom and select material from Design Space to follow along.

Select the type of cardstock you’re using. I chose Medium Cardstock 80 lb.

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Let’s move to real-life pics for the next part.

Step 3 – Prepare Mat & Cut

Place the printed copy on your Cricut mat.

You can use a brayer (my favorite tool ever) to stick the project to the mat. Don’t do it too hard because it could be hard to remove later on.

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Install fine point blade, place the printed project on the mat and load it to the Cricut Machine. Press the flashing go button to start the cut.

First, your Cricut will start reading the black frame on the project, and once it’s done, it will cut your business cards.

When your machine is done cutting, unload the mat and bend it to release your business cards.

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Isn’t this a cute business card?

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Free SVG and JPEG Templates for Business Cards

As I mentioned at the beginning of this tutorial, here are some resources for making your own business cards (not for making other commercial crafts for sale). You can also use any of the files in this article to make any craft for personal use only.

To download the file(s), youNEEDto be on a desktop or laptop, and you must click on the button to trigger a download file on your pc.

Depending on your browser settings, your PC sometimes asks where to save the file, although most of the files will be in your download folder.

(Video) How to Make your Own Business Cards with Cricut Design Space | How to Print and Cut Business Cards

If the image opens in a new window (this may happen because of your browser settings), right-click on it, select the option “Save Image As,” and choose where you want to save the file.

SVG files look like web page files when you download them.

Oh!

And just so you know, I also have a library full of free SVG files and Printables for all my subscribers, a.k.a Daydreamers. You can see a preview right here or get access by filling out this form.

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Business Cards with Uploaded Templates

This is an example of the business cards you can make using the templates I just provided you with.

Let me show you how to make them!

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Step 1 – Upload Files

Click on the “Upload” icon, then go to “Upload Image” and upload one of the watercolor images and the brush strokes.

Follow the prompts, select the files from the “Recently uploaded images,” and click on “Insert Images.”

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Step 2 – Ungroup and Slice

Ungroup the brush strokes file and use the shape you want to use on your business card.

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Place one of the brush strokes on the area of the watercolor sheet you want to cut out; then select the brush stroke and watercolor sheet and click on “Slice” at the bottom of the layers panel.

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Now you have a small piece of the watercolor sheet in a brushstroke form.

Isn’t that neat?

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Step 3 – Slice to Form Watercolor Shape

I used a square, a circle, and a heart for these business cards.

You can create copies of the business cards to make a cut-out that fits perfectly inside your project.

The brush stroke on the square fit perfectly, so I left it intact. However, for the circle and the heart, I wanted something more smooth.

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Place the watercolor stroke on one of the copies of the shapes and use “Slice” again to make a cut-out that will fit your business cards perfectly.

Step 4 – Add Text and Offset

Add text to the cards.

Go beyond contact information as well. You can make a small “thank you” card that you slip inside a customer order.

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Tip: Use the offset tool to create contrast between the watercolor stroke and the text.

Don’t know how to use the offset tool? Read my step-by-step tutorial.

Don’t forget to flatten before you click on “Make it.”

Final Look

I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love how all the business cards look.

They look elegant, simple, and stylish.

Don’t you think?

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Do you know it takes me over 25 hours to complete a single Cricut article? I know, it’s crazy! But I like to make sure that you understand EVERYTHING!

I would appreciate your support on Instagram / Pinterest / YouTube / as I am trying to grow my audience to keep producing great content!

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FAQs

How do I make business cards on Cricut design space? ›

And the dimensions for the business cards are three and a half by two I'm going to duplicate the

How do I use a downloaded template in Cricut Design space? ›

Select the Templates tool in the Design panel to the left of the Canvas. You can scroll through the different templates, select a category to filter the templates, or use the search field to search for a specific type of template. When you select a template, it will be added to the Canvas screen.

Can I make business cards with my Cricut maker? ›

And all i've done here is i've started a new canvas a blank canvas. There's nothing on it. And we're

How do I resize a Cricut template? ›

And we can literally hold and drag it as big as we want or we can click and hold and drag it smaller

Does Cricut have a business card template? ›

To upload my free set of business card template SVG, use the “Upload” tool on the left menu panel in the Cricut Design Space canvas view and select the file for uploading.

What size should business cards be on Cricut? ›

Open Cricut Design Space and upload the business card. The business card should already be 3.5 inches in width by 2 inches in height, but if it isn't, be sure to change it to this size. Click Shapes and then click a square. Unlock the square and change the width to 6.75 inches and the height to 9.25 inches.

How do you make your own Cricut template? ›

So i'm easily able to go in and download photos. After i upload them to the cloud. So that's what

Which Cricut is best for making cards? ›

The Cricut Joy is the entry-level crafting machine. It's great for everyday card making and label making. Its maximum cutting width is 5.5 inches, so narrower than the others. But it can cut without a cutting mat using a roll of Smart Materials for long cuts of up to 20 feet!

Can you sell cards made with Cricut? ›

That means you are able to sell up to 10,000 finished projects (i.e. cards, T shirts with iron on designs, finished cakes, etc.) per year using cuts made with Cricut products designs and images.

What is the standard business card size? ›

Standard Size Business Cards | 3.5" x 2.0" | MOO US.

How do you know what size to make things on Cricut? ›

Design Space defaults to 12X12 material size but you can also change to your desired size right in the preview screen. Click on the drop down menu and pick which size material you are using.

How do I make all the images on my Cricut the same size? ›

Images can be resized by dragging the arrow button or entering the desired measurement in the edit bar. In order to maintain the correct proportions, the padlock should be left in the locked position. When a new value is entered in either the width or height box, the other measurement will adjust automatically.

Can you resize SVG files for Cricut? ›

Cricut Design Space automatically resizes all uploaded SVG files that are over 23.5″ down to a maximum of 23.5″, which can create problems if your project is larger. Learn how to resize SVG files in Cricut Design Space so they cut at the correct size!

How do I get free Cricut templates? ›

Free Patterns
  1. Launch the Design Space app.
  2. Select New Project.
  3. Free Images: Tap Image from the bottom of the screen. Select the filter icon in the upper right. Tap Free under Ownership.
  4. Free Fonts: Tap Text from the bottom of the screen. The Font menu will appear.

Does Cricut have free templates? ›

I have found an awesome website for you where you can download free Cricut box templates for gift bags, gift boxes, and more. You can customize the templates to be whatever size you want them to be then download them as a Cricut file.

What is best size image for a business card? ›

The size of your standard business card should be 3½” x 2” or 1050 pixels x 600 pixels. Your business card image resolution should be set at 300dpi.

What is the thickest card Cricut can cut? ›

For the Cricut Maker, the thickest material the device can cut is 2.4 mm thick, giving you a greater range of options to choose from.

What is the best font size for business cards? ›

The recommended font size for Business Cards is 8pt or over. If you really have to go tiny, the smallest font size for Business Cards is 7pt. Very small text can look good on screen but doesn't print well. Anything below that size will be unreadable to anyone.

Is a Cricut worth it for card making? ›

Cricut is worth it because you can use it to create many different projects. Cricut machines can be used with hundreds of different materials. You can use it for popular projects using iron-on vinyl, like this beach bag, and stick-on vinyl, like this Christmas sign. You can also use it to make gorgeous homemade cards.

What does R10 mean in Cricut? ›

Cricut Cutaway Cards, available in five sizes. R10 - 3.5 in x 4.9 in (8.9 cm x 12.4 cm) R20 - 4.25 in x 5.5 in (10.8 cm x 14 cm) R40 - 4.75 in x 6.6 in (12.1 cm x 16.8 cm)

Can Cricut draw your own designs? ›

One of the cool things about the Cricut Explore is that you can upload your own images, even images you've drawn yourself! I have two methods I use to do this, one using Illustrator and one using the Cricut Design Space.

Can you create your own pattern for Cricut? ›

Add pattern fills to any of your text or image layers for Print then Cut. You will find hundreds of patterns in the Cricut Design Space pattern library, or you can upload your own.

Can you upload your own pattern to Cricut? ›

To begin, click Upload Pattern. Drag and drop your file into the upload window, or click Browse to locate the pattern on your computer. The file selector will open. Select the .

What image format is best for Cricut? ›

SVG images are the most common type of cut file to use with Cricut Design Space. SVG stands for “scalable vector graphic”. That means you can make the SVG image as large or small as you want, without it looking pixelated or blurry.

Why is my SVG not supported in Cricut? ›

svg or . dxf files cannot contain linked images when exported for Cricut Design Space image upload. Explanation – Linked images are images that are not embedded within your file. The file contains links to images that are stored in other places (this keeps the file size small).

What does SVG dump mean? ›

It is not a comment on a facebook post. Although those may be (MAY) images you can copy and upload into design space, using the tools to clean them up to cut them - they are NOT svgs. Frequently these images are stolen from designers, and distributed in facebook groups as "free svgs" or an "svg dump".

What setting do you use on Cricut for cardstock? ›

The Textured Cardstock setting comes standard on your machine, but you will have to create a custom setting for papers 85# and higher.

Is there a new Cricut coming out in 2022? ›

Watercolor, glow-in-the-dark, new labels and more now available at Cricut.

Is Cricut maker being discontinued? ›

With the launch of Cricut Maker 3, many folks have wondered if the Cricut Maker being discontinued. According to my folks at Cricut, there are no plans to discontinue Cricut Maker any time soon, and support will continue.

Are SVG files copyrighted? ›

Personal License

Once you start using images to make things that you sell, you will need a commercial license. For instance, the free SVG files that I offer here fall under a personal license. Please remember that these licenses are not transferable. You can't download some SVG files and pass them along to a friend.

What size is a UK business card? ›

The standard business card size in the UK is 85mm x 55mm (or 8.5cm x 5.5cm). This will be the finished, printed size of your card and is also the same size as a standard credit or debit card, meaning it'll fit perfectly in your wallet.

What font is used for business cards? ›

Some of the most common business card fonts are Times New Roman, Helvetica, and Arial. We will recommend these three fonts along with 18 more business card fonts. You can recommend these fonts to your graphic designer and set the right tone and style for your business card's design.

What ratio is business card? ›

The standard US business card size is 3.5” x 2”. Alternatively, if you use the metric system, the size is 89 mm x 51 mm, or a small card with an aspect ratio of 1.75.

Why does design space say my image is too large? ›

When Design Space tells you that the "Printable Image is too large," this means that the image you are trying to cut is set to Print Then Cut, but the image exceeds the Print Then Cut size limitations.

What is the max size for Cricut? ›

The maximum cuttable width is 11.7 in (29.7 cm).

What size should I print with Cricut? ›

Note: The maximum image size for Print Then Cut is 9.25" x 6.75" and the default material is 8.5" x 11". This cannot be changed at this time. Important: Reflective materials, colored materials, or materials containing any kind of pattern may interfere with the cut sensor marks being read by the Cricut Explore machine.

How do I get my Cricut to print exact layout? ›

To change the position of your design on the cutting mat, all you need to do is select your design and manually drag it to change its position. Wherever you drag the design on the mat, the position will be locked in and your Cricut will cut it out in that exact position on your mat.

How do I get my Cricut to fill in writing? ›

We are going to have to do some work first so we're going to go to the left hand side and select our

Why is my SVG so large? ›

The SVG file is bigger because it contains more data (in the form of paths and nodes) in comparison to the data contained in the PNG. SVGs aren't really comparable to PNG images.

How big should SVG files be? ›

PNG files have a limit of 2,500 megapixels. There are no limits to the size of vector files, including SVGs.

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Can you make your own cards on Cricut? ›

For those wanting to make custom or personalized cards (yes, you can use your Cricut machine to write inside your card!), you can tap into more than 200,000 images and over 700 fonts in Design Space. The possibilities are endless.

What is the standard business card size? ›

Standard Size Business Cards | 3.5" x 2.0" | MOO US.

What do I need for my Cricut to make cards? ›

Load Mats and Tools: For this project, since you will be scoring, writing, and cutting your printed project, you will need a Cricut Pen, Scoring Stylus, or Wheel – if you have a maker, and the fine point blade.

How do you make a cardstock card on the Cricut? ›

So now now that both are. I'm going to press the cricket button and it will begin to draw out or

Which Cricut is best for making cards? ›

The Cricut Joy is the entry-level crafting machine. It's great for everyday card making and label making. Its maximum cutting width is 5.5 inches, so narrower than the others. But it can cut without a cutting mat using a roll of Smart Materials for long cuts of up to 20 feet!

What does R10 mean in Cricut? ›

Cricut Cutaway Cards, available in five sizes. R10 - 3.5 in x 4.9 in (8.9 cm x 12.4 cm) R20 - 4.25 in x 5.5 in (10.8 cm x 14 cm) R40 - 4.75 in x 6.6 in (12.1 cm x 16.8 cm)

Is a Cricut worth it for card making? ›

Cricut is worth it because you can use it to create many different projects. Cricut machines can be used with hundreds of different materials. You can use it for popular projects using iron-on vinyl, like this beach bag, and stick-on vinyl, like this Christmas sign. You can also use it to make gorgeous homemade cards.

What is best size image for a business card? ›

The size of your standard business card should be 3½” x 2” or 1050 pixels x 600 pixels. Your business card image resolution should be set at 300dpi.

What is the best font size for business cards? ›

The recommended font size for Business Cards is 8pt or over. If you really have to go tiny, the smallest font size for Business Cards is 7pt. Very small text can look good on screen but doesn't print well. Anything below that size will be unreadable to anyone.

What adhesive do you use for Cricut cards? ›

Generally speaking, I've found the best three adhesives to have in my crafting tool box are Art Glitter Glue, adhesive foam tape and a hot glue gun. These are the basics that can get you through cardstock projects, cards, and canvas projects.

What Cricut mat do you use for card? ›

The green StandardGrip Machine Mat may be the most widely used mat. It is perfect for a wide range of medium-weight materials, including: Cardstock.

Can you use normal card in a Cricut? ›

The Cricut is great at cutting paper and cardstock, but it doesn't just cut scrapbook paper! Check out all the different kinds of paper a Cricut machine can cut: Adhesive Cardstock. Cardstock.

Why is my Cricut not cutting cardstock properly? ›

You may need to increase the pressure settings 2-3 times by increments of 2-4 to see a change in the cut result. Attempt cutting a different material, such as printer paper, using the appropriate setting for that material.

What Cricut blade do I use for cardstock? ›

Deep-Point Blade

The Deep Point blade is recommended for cutting magnet, chipboard, stamp material, thick cardstock, stiffened felt, foam sheets, cardboard, fabric, and other thicker materials.

Can I use any brand cardstock with my Cricut? ›

You can use any cardstock that you already have on hand or that you prefer to buy. Your Cricut will cut any type of cardstock that is made for paper crafts. Buy the brands that you love the most. I prefer to use AC Cardstocks and Bazzill.

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