Check out a huge list of the Best Cricut ideas for Christmas!! Tutorials for DIY Christmas signs, mugs, ornaments and a ton of Cricut gift ideas!
Hello Friends!! I was going through all my pictures on my google drive and came across all my DIY Christmas decor and gifts that I made last year.
So, I thought I should just make a round-up of all my best Cricut ideas for Christmas! (If you don’t have one, you can read my post here on why I love my Cricut so much.)
Last year I went crazy with making DIY Christmas signs, wine glasses, mugs, plates, and glitter ornaments. They are all so fun and pretty easy to make. You can browse through all of DIY Christmas decor here.
I have a ton of tutorials on how to make all sorts of things with a Cricut. They are a bit pricey, but when you think of all the money you can save from making instead of buying gifts, it is well worth it!
Save up or better yet, ask for a Cricut for Christmas… hint, hint… You can even share this post with your hubby or parents so they really get the hint!!
All of these Cricut Christmas projects you can either keep for yourself or make as gifts for friends, family, teachers, hostess gift, secret Santa, etc. Everyone loves personalized, handmade gifts or sentimental gifts (Click the link for 25+ sentimental gift ideas to make!).
It’s so easy to customize something in Design Space and then see the smile on someone’s face when they open it!! If you need more help with Design Space, make sure to check out my Cricut Design Space 101 video series.
List of Cricut Ideas for Christmas (all made with a Cricut!)
DIY Cricut Christmas Decor
Check out my full tutorial on how to make this DIY nativity sign here! With some scrap wood, this large Christmas sign is super budget friendly!
Painting on burlap is so easy and fun! Burlap is one of my favorite things to decorate with because I can switch it out after the holidays are over.
Painting on burlap using a freezer paper stencil gives it that rustic or farmhouse feel.
For this burlap sign I used iron on vinyl and applied it to burlap.
Use window cling to make a Christmas countdown calendar.
Almost all of my Christmas signs in my house I made myself from wood or MDF that was given to me. You can check out my tutorial on how to paint wood signs here!
Chalk paint is my favorite paint to use because it is so forgiving and I love to sand a bit of it off to go with my rustic Christmas vibe.
I made these JOY blocks the same way I made the DIY stocking hangers.
Tile is another material to use that is cheap and easy. Simply by adding some adhesive vinyl to any size tile gives you a brand new Cricut Christmas decoration or gift.
Click here to check out my tutorial on how to apply vinyl to a large tile.
Click to read my tutorial on applying vinyl to a regular tile here.
Learn how to make this DIY snowman out of Dollar Tree supplies! He’s so cute and only costs a few dollars to make.
Make easy and shiny gift tags using the new Cricut foil and some cardstock. Plus download a free SVG file to use!
Cricut Christmas Signs for Outside and In
Here are a few of my outdoor Cricut Christmas signs I have made (sorry, I don’t have tutorials on these, but just wanted to give you some ideas!)
You can browse my library of free SVG cut files by clicking here!
There are a ton of resources out there to find cute cut files. There are a ton of Facebook Cricut groups where people will share files for personal use too.
LoveSVG is a great place to find free cute cut files. Most are for personal use but every week they also have freebie commercial use files! I check out their website at least once a week to see what’s new.
So, what else can you make besides signs?? Keep on scrolling to see a lot of great Cricut gift ideas or things that are just fun to make for yourself!
DIY Cricut Christmas Gifts
This is not my file, but I have a similar Cookies for Santa plate file and tutorial.
So many possibilities for making custom holiday pillows with iron-on vinyl.
Cricut Ornaments & DIY Mugs!!
You can make these easy and cute ornaments by checking out my DIY glitter ornament tutorial.
If you love ornaments, make sure to browse my ultimate DIY Christmas ornaments roundup.
Using acrylic blanks to make Christmas vacation ornaments is really easy and cheap to do.
Add some paint or liquid gold to the back to make the vinyl pop as I show you in these Cricut Christmas ornaments.
If you want to know how to add vinyl or glitter to the bottom on your wine glass, click here for my full tutorial!
Etching glass is super easy! Click here to read my tutorial on how to etch wine glasses.
I also have a round-up of amazing festive projects from some of my favorite craft bloggers. To get inspired by other Cricut projects, click here!
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Tons of great Cricut ideas for Christmas, right?? The list can go on and on!
I have been using a Cricut for over 7 years now and am learning new things all the time. If there is something you want a tutorial on, please let me know by commenting below, and I will try my best to make one!
Thank you for stopping by my blog! Have a creative day!