If you love Christmas crafts, then you’re going to love this Cricut Christmas project ideas tutorial.
I have put together five Cricut craft ideas for you to make this holiday season!
I’m going to show you how to etch glass candle holders, use Cricut Infusible Ink to make a Christmas apron, how to personalize stockings with heat transfer vinyl (iron on / HTV), make a gift card holder using cardstock, and a Christmas tapestry sign with HTV.
All of these Cricut Christmas ideas are fun and easy DIY Christmas decor, or would even work as personalized gift ideas. Most of the products and tools I used for these Christmas Crafts can be found in my Amazon storefront or use my code ALEX5 to save 5% at 143VINYL.
Here is a full breakdown of where I got the items for each Christmas Craft:
First, a glass etched candle holder with Cricut vinyl stencils. I got the Holly SVG file here. Everything else I grabbed from 143Vinyl, Hobby Lobby, and the Dollar Tree.
The second craft is a Cricut Infusible Ink Christmas baking apron. The Cookie Baking file is from Design Bundles. The rest of the items for the project are from Amazon and 143Vinyl.
Third craft are personalized stocking with HTV. I used the font Vixen from this bundle and the reindeer file from Cricut Design Space: # M8EEEAB8 (delete the space between the # and M when searching). Everything else can be found in my Amazon storefront or 143Vinyl.
Fourthly is a gift card holder with cardstock. I used red, green, and kraft 65lb card stock. And the SVG file from Design Bundles. Patterned paper is from Hobby Lobby and the other items are from my Amazon storefront.
Last, a Christmas Tapestry Sign. The tapestry blank is from Hobby Lobby. You can find all the other items on Amazon and 143Vinyl.
As I have said, I made all of these Christmas crafts with my Cricut Maker 3. But you could absolutely make them with the Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore 3, or Cricut Explore Air 2.
Want to see more about the projects? Watch the full Cricut Christmas crafts video here!
P.S. Looking for more discount codes for your crafts? Check out my resources page!
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