A round-up of festive Christmas Cricut projects that every crafter should make! Check out all the Cricut Christmas crafts from DIY bloggers.
Hi Friends!! The holiday season is fastly approaching, can you believe it?? Time to get crafting!!!
It’s the best time of year to dust off your Cricut machine, when there are so many Cricut Christmas ideas out there of DIY Christmas decor to make, projects to work on, or DIY personalized gifts to surprise your loved ones with.
Today, I thought I’d share with you some amazing Christmas Cricut projects from around the internet to get you motivated to start creating!!
Most of the Christmas Cricut ideas can be made with any machine – the Cricut Explore family, the Cricut Maker line, or the Cricut Joy.
Some of them even have files with them so they are free Cricut Christmas projects… woo hoo!
If you have a Cricut cutting machine and wondering what you can do with it for the holidays like handmade gifts, you are in the right place. I love getting inspired by fellow bloggers and what they come with these amazing machines.
If you’d like to check out a bunch of other ways to use your Cricut, click here for my Ultimate Guide of Cricut Ideas!
Simply click on the purple text to see the full tutorial of each Cricut Christmas project on their blog
If you are in need of Christmas files to make even more Cricut Christmas decorations, make sure to browse through my roundup of FREE SVG Christmas files and all of my SVG cut files.
Family Fun Christmas Cricut Projects
Make cute magnets to leave messages for each other – The Quiet Grove
Make your own Christmas cards with your Cricut from Doodlecraft.
Have the kiddos help make some cute snowflake coasters from The Crafty Blog Stalker.
Need a cute plate to put your cookies on? Make this tiered cookie platter from Lydi Out Loud.
Or use your kid’s thumbprints along with some adhesive vinyl to make a Cookies for Santa plate.
Make a cute milk and cookies cup and plate for Santa with a free SVG file.
Make a stencil (click here for tutorial) and create a Winter Wonderland for your kiddos!
Or your kiddos can add colorful window clings by grabbing these free cut designs from The Quiet Grove.
Create this adorable Cricut advent calendar from See Lindsay.
Sewing Christmas Cricut Ideas
If you have just basic sewing skills, then you can probably make some of these adorable Christmas sewing ideas. Some of these might be specific Cricut Maker Christmas projects since the Cricut Maker has the rotary blade.
Make a beautiful quilt with your Cricut Maker from Sew Simple Home. Blankets make great gifts for almost anyone!
Make your own elf pajamas for all your family members and grab the free cut file from Artsy Fartsy Mama here.
Check out these cute silverware holders from Create and Babble. Such a great way to add color to your table!
Use your Cricut Maker to cut out buffalo plaid stockings to sew and personalize with a free cut file.
Sew a fabric DIY advent calendar from Artsy Fartsy Mama.
Cricut Christmas Decorations
Use your Cricut to cut a countdown calendar you can add to any window.
I love these cute and easy countdown blocks from Artsy Fartsy Mama.
Or make a chalkboard countdown sign from tutorial here.
Add some lights to a canvas to create this sparkly decor from Laura’s Crafty Life.
Make cute mini pallet signs from The Crafted Sparrow.
Bring the rest of the world into your DIY Cricut holiday decor by making this sign from 5 Little Monsters. Signs are also great gift ideas!
I always love when decor can be used for more than one holiday. Make these cute blocks from Coffee With Us 3.
Love Cricut crafting with paper? Make a fun Santa wall hanging out of cardstock from Laura’s Crafty Life
Create festive canvas decor from this tutorial here!
Make this beautiful wreath using wood slices from Lydi out Loud.
Needing some Christmas trees! Make these wood ones from UnderGround Crafter.
Or if you like more of a modern feel to your holiday decor, make this Christmas tree sign with your Cricut from Artsy Fartsy Mama.
Cut out some Grinch faces and make your own Grinch wine bottles, tutorial here! This is the perfect gift for Grinch lovers in your life!
Cricut Pillow Ideas
Christmas pillows are so easy to customize with a Cricut. Have your own one of a kind holiday Cricut Christmas pillows by making it yourself!
The Crafted Sparrow shows you how to make a cute buffalo check pillow out of a scarf!
Make a snowflake pillow cover from The Crafty Blog Stalker
Make this cute coastal Christmas pillow from Crafts by Courtney
I am a huge fan of vintage trucks and fell in love with this Cricut Christmas pillow from The Crafted Sparrow.
Another adorable DIY holiday pillow from The Crafted Sparrow.
Make this super festive no sew pillow with a Cricut cutting machine from Lydi Out Loud.
Here are some Christmas Cricut pillow ideas I have made! I always like to make them reversible so I can use them all year round!
Table Decor Cricut Project Ideas
Create this cute holly berry wreath out of cardstock from See Lindsay.
Use a Cricut to make this beautiful tablescape to impress your friends and family from The Quiet Grove.
Design an entire tablescape and cute reindeer napkin holders from Amber Oliver.
DIY Ornament Cricut Projects
Making your own ornaments is a fun thing to do with the whole family. You can make them for your own tree or give them as fun unique homemade gifts!
These DIY ornament ideas are also perfect to choose from if you are throwing an ornament-making craft party
Make this easy and cute ornament from Organized 31.
Grab a free SVG or PNG file and make these adorable ornaments from Sew What Alicia
Make these super cute Rae Dunn inspired ornaments from Amber Simmons. These are definitely on my list this year!! They would go perfectly with my Rae Dunn inspired Christmas pillows.
Make some fun winter wonderland ornaments from Laura’s Crafty Life.
Or you can make cool cardstock ornaments from a free file at Try It-Like It-Create.
Learn how to make glitter ornaments here.
Or create beautiful wood ornaments from The Crafted Sparrow.
If you need more inspiration, I rounded up over 150 DIY Christmas ornaments that use all different kinds of materials, not just a Cricut.
Iron-On Vinyl Cricut Projects
Heat transfer vinyl or iron-on is so versatile and so much fun to use for the holidays! There are so many creative ways you can use it as you can see from these Cricut ideas for Christmas.
Making family Christmas pajamas is something I do almost every year and is really one of my favorite things. I love having pictures of my kiddos in matching PJs!
You can grab FREE cut files to make DIY family Christmas pajamas by clicking here!
Desert Chica shows you how to make some Christmas pajamas using a file in Cricut Design Space.
You can make cute holiday coasters with this easy DIY project tutorial from Lydi Out Loud.
Transfer an old family recipe to an oven mitt for a beloved sentimental gift. This is one of my favorite Cricut Christmas gift ideas.
Another option for cute holiday PJs from See Lindsay.
Do you like Ugly Christmas sweaters?? Check out how to make this one with a Cricut from I Love My Disorganized Life.
Who doesn’t love a Disney Christmas shirt? Make this cute shirt from Jolly and Happy.
Personalize Christmas stockings like Major Hoff Takes a Wife does.
Make a rustic burlap sign (click here for the tutorial and cut file!) for display during the Christmas season.
Make this cute wood sign with HTV applied to wood and grab the free hand-lettered SVG file from Printable Crush.
Use iron-on vinyl to make burlap signs for a glass block that you can swap out for the different seasons.
Tea Towel Christmas Cricut Projects
Personalizing and making custom towels is super easy! Another great item to give as gifts or just to have to decorate bathrooms and kitchens.
Use HTV to create cute Christmas tea towels from Lydi Out Loud.
Grab this free cut file and make another set of cute hand towels from The Quiet Grove.
Make some adorable tea towels like these at The Crafted Sparrow
There you have it! Over thirty Christmas Cricut projects you can start making now! For even more Cricut Christmas ideas, make sure to check out my roundup of gift tags, gift bags, and more!
Make sure to visit the tutorials so you can get a jump-start on your crafting season.
If you’d like to see another list of my best Cricut Christmas ideas click here.
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a creative day,
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