Wedding card – heart grid envelope + free silhouette cut file

Happy Monday to you!

Today I am sharing another silhouette cut file with you – see I promised myself to use my Silhouette Cameo more, so here is another file for the DIY’er. This time a wedding card and envelope cut file.

Diy wedding card and envelope

Wedding-carThis Saturday I was at a friend’s wedding, and it was beautiful. I never thought that I would be such a crybaby, but every speech was a mascara disaster. Haha lesson learned – next time I’ll wear waterproof.





What are your thoughts on all the pictures people are taking at such events? All the phones I saw all the time blew me away. I don’t think life I supposed to be lived behind a camera, so I only took a few.

We gave the couple a money gift, so I decided to make a card for them on my silhouette and was very pleased with the result. Well it was actually more an envelope than a card, but yeah.

Free silhouette file wedding card

I thought I would share it with you, and maybe you can use it for a wedding yourself, or something completely different. I also think it would be pretty for a valentine card or another romantic event.

Diy wedding card

I have made it to fit an A4 paper size, so keep that in mind if you download it and want to make it. Also, you fold the bottom up and glue it down at the edges, so the card has something to sit in.

The file can be downloaded here. Note: The file is for personal use only. Please do not share the file, but refer people to my post, if they want it themselves. Be kind.

I used an off white color for the envelope and a golden  glittery for the card, and then had some glitter gold paper that I cut a heart from, to put behind the folded heart.





18 thoughts on “Wedding card – heart grid envelope + free silhouette cut file

  1. Thank you for sharing the file. Your card is beautiful and I will be making several of these for gifts as we have many nieces and nephews getting married and since we are so far away we always mail a gift card!

    thanks again

    1. Hi Gwen 🙂
      Thank you for the lovely comment!
      I’m happy to hear you can use it for some weddings as well. If you decide to share your creations I would love to see them 🙂

    1. Hi Vicki – thanks for stopping by 🙂
      Happy to hear that you can use the card for some weddings as well. I would love to hear how it goes

  2. DO you think I can make this card into an invitation. I just received my Cameo today and i’m so new at everything.

    1. Hi,

      Yay! that is amazing – you are going to love it 🙂

      The file is ready to go, and all you need to do is tell your machine which paper you are using and then press cut. But .. You should be cautious of the mat, because they are VERY sticky when they are new.

      My first cut was a mess and the paper just wouldn’t come of the mat, so I was pretty sad about it. You can use some really high quality cardstock or simply destick the mat to help prevent the paper from being ruined.

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