Mom Card SVG & Envelope Template

Mother’s Day is right around the corner so it’s the perfect time to start working on Mother’s Day crafts. If you need a quick and simple card idea, then grab this Mom Card SVG and your favorite patterned paper to customize it for mom.

Mom Card SVG, Free SVG Files for Cricut

This is a great card for customizing for Mom because you can find a variety of gorgeous scrapbook paper. Use florals, hearts or even find paper for your mom’s favorite hobby to make this card extra special.

If you like making cards with your Cricut, check out these other Cricut Mother’s Day Cards. Or search through all of my card SVG templates for other holiday card inspiration.

Download the Mom Card SVG

You can download this free Mom card SVG from my members only free library (design #23 under Card Templates or search “Mom Card SVG”).

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Free Mother's Day Card Template, Mom SVG

Mom Card Instructions

First, upload the Mom card SVG to Cricut Design Space. For help with uploading SVG files, check out my tutorial here.

Click on “Ungroup” to ungroup all of your layers. Then click on the line going across the middle of Mom and change the operation from “Cut” to “Score”. If you do not have a scoring tool, delete this line instead and fold the card by hand.

Before cutting the card, make sure that you select your score line and the card layer together and select “Attach”. This attaches the score line to your card so your Cricut knows where to correctly cut and score on your mat.

Once you cut everything out (don’t forget to add your scoring tool when you cut!), fold the Mom card in half. With the front of the card facing you, glue the decoration M, heart and M to the front of the card. And that’s all there is to it.

To assemble the envelope, fold in on all 4 of the score lines. Then fold in on the score line for your liner. Glue the liner to the inside of the envelope, lining the folds up together. Then fold the bottom up, and glue the 2 side flaps down on top of the bottom flap. You can seal the envelope using glue, double sided tape or stickers.

When you’re done, make sure to post these in my crafting group here or tag me if you post them on social media. I would love to see how your Mother’s Day card comes out!