8 Fun Crafts For The Holidays To Make With Your Cricut

It's time to get out your Cricut and start crafting for the holidays!  We have a few easy and fun crafts that are quick and affordable for holiday gifts and decorations.  So don't delay, grab your glue and let's go!

14 Day Love and Kindness Countdown Calendar

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Our Favorite Cricut Tools and Gadgets

Since getting my Cricut Maker 3, I am so excited for the holidays. From making fun cards to holiday shirts pressed with my Cricut EasyPress 2 and some iron-on vinyl, I have been busy since September making crafts for my friends and family. 

My favorite gadget after the Maker 3 is my Mug Press.  I have been making beautiful custom mugs that everyone loves! 

Cricut Mug Press
Snowflake Stencil Card with Hand Lettering Accent

Snowflake Stencil Card with Hand Lettering Accent

This snowflake stencil card with a hand lettering accent is a holiday craft. Grab a cup of coffee and let’s get making this gorgeous handmade holiday card.

Glittered Chipboard Banner Christmas Cards

Glittered Chipboard Banner Christmas Cards

These cute embellished cards are so easy to make and personalize! You can make a few and have them ready for an impromptu party!

Home Decorations Made With Cricut

DIY Dollar Tree Christmas signs

DIY Dollar Tree Christmas Signs

Dollar Tree is a treasure trove for great DIYs, especially during the holiday season! These DIY Dollar Tree Christmas signs will give your decor a high-end look for a fraction of the price. These make great gifts and decorations for your home.

Product We Love For This Project:

Pearlescent White – Jacquard Lumiere Metallic Acrylic Paint

These paints were designed to cover dark backgrounds with light application. On light backgrounds they produce a subtle designer palette alternative to a more intense color scheme. They brush on smoothly, are water-based, dry cleanable, and remain soft & flexible when dry. May be painted, stenciled, screen printed, airbrushed (when diluted), and stamped on fabrics, canvas, wood, paper, and more. Made in USA.

Buffalo Plaid Embroidery Hoop Ornaments

Buffalo Plaid Embroidery Hoop Ornaments

Embroidery hoop ornaments are super popular at the moment. Not only because of the look, but because you can make them in so many sizes. From tiny ornaments to big hoops for large themed trees. Plus, you can customize them anyway you want. You can stitch a design, press a design, or just use a design already on fabric. That makes for quick and beautiful projects. This one uses the Cricut EasyPress Mini. I have one and I LOVE it for these small projects.

Cute Hostess Gifts

Christmas Canisters

Looking for a cute hostess gift? Try filling a canister full of homemade cookies or treats.

You can find canisters like these here

DIY Personalized Cricut Serving Tray with Vinyl

DIY Personalized Cricut Serving Tray with Vinyl

Wondering how to create personalized Cricut Serving trays with vinyl? These trays are fabulous to theme up your house for special occasions (such as Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter etc.), but they also make incredible gifts..

Get the trays here

How to Make a Gift Bag

We love this reusable Christmas gift bag and can’t wait to show you just how simple and easy it is to turn a blank canvas into art using a Cricut EasyPress 2 and some iron-on vinyl.

How to Use Heat Transfer Vinyl on Fleece Blankets

How to Use Heat Transfer Vinyl on Fleece Blankets

Learn how to make your own DIY nap blanket and how to use heat transfer vinyl on fleece blankets with an easy step-by-step guide.

Crafting With Cricut

I've always been a crafter.  I love making creative things from things I have at home.  Cricut has helped me elevate my crafting skills and feel good about giving my crafts to the people I love. If you would like to see more of my crafts, make sure you follow me on social media!

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