Grinch decorations for Christmas are so fun to make! Whoville Christmas decor can be anything from Grinch crafts, Grinch wreath, to Grinch ornaments.
I don’t know about you but I love all things Grinch! I have been busy making some Grinch crafts, Whoville decorations, and also browsing Pinterest for other cute ideas.
So if you are a Grinch lover too, I hope you get some inspiration from these pictures as you scroll through the Grinch crafts and DIY Whoville decorations round-up.
All Things Grinch Crafts!
Here is a list of all the Grinch crafts I have made myself! They are super easy to make with a little bit of vinyl and a Cricut.
Grinch Christmas ornaments should be high on your Whoville Christmas decorations to make. They are a big hit as a hostess or Christmas gift.
Find out how to make your own at my DIY Christmas glitter ornaments tutorial.
Make an easy and cute glitter Grinch out of dollar store supplies plus get a FREE Grinch face SVG file.
One of my favorite holiday glass is this Grinch DIY glitter wine glass. Great hostess gift or for a party.
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Grinch Decorations for Christmas Time
Making some Grinch decorations for Christmas can be cheap by using wine bottles or some items from the Dollar Store (can you tell I love the Dollar Tree??!!)
DIY Grinch wine bottles were a big hit! I think I made around 10 of them. I made them using two different kinds of paints and have a full tutorial on how to paint Christmas wine bottles to explain the differences.
How about a No-Sew Grinch Wreath?? This can be put up anywhere! I made this Grinch Christmas wreath out of almost all Dollar Tree supplies
I had an entire corner decorated with my DIY Whoville Christmas decor!
Grinch Craft with Face Mask
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This year I wanted a new Grinch decoration signifying what a crazy year we have been in. So I put together a new Grinch SVG file with a face mask and the sentiment Stink Stank Stunk! Since quite a few years have stunk, you have the option of 2020, 2021, and 2022.
I do have a quick process video of these steps at the top or the side of this post so make sure to watch it!
I grabbed a few Dollar Tree supplies including a green kitchen towel and a Santa hat. I had an embroidery hoop on hand but you can find them on Amazon here.
Upload the Grinch face mask file from below and upload into CDS. Size it to fit your embroidery hoop. I made mine a little over 8 inches wide.
Place the HTV shiny side down on a mat and cut on iron-on setting.
Weed off the extra vinyl.
I’m going to be using my EasyPress 2 so I looked up the settings for polyester and also for cotton and they were the same. So I preheated my EasyPress 2 to 315F.
I’m going to apply the year 2020 on the Santa hat first. I placed the EasyPress mat in between the two sides of the Santa hat and pressed it for about 5 seconds.
Then I placed the HTV on the hat rim and pressed it for 30 seconds.
When using Cricut iron-on vinyl I find it best to let it cool for about 60 seconds before you try to remove it. Then peel off the plastic backing.
Then I applied the Grinch eyes with face mask on the green towel. I pressed the towel for a few seconds and then placed the Grinch face on it. It doesn’t need to be centered since an embroidery hoop will be going around it.
Press for the full 30 seconds. Then let it cool.
Since the towel is not really flat fabric it the iron-on wants to peel off if it’s too warm. So let it cool for about a minute or so and then remove the plastic.
Place the eyes and words on (if using), place a protective sheet over the entire image and press for another 30 seconds. Flip over and press for 15 seconds.
Let everything cool and then remove the plastic backings.
Then take apart your embroidery hoop and put the backside underneath the grinch towel. Secure the top part. Trim off the extra fabric and glue it to the backside.
Place the Santa hat on top and fold in the backside if it’s too big. I ended up just putting a clamp where I folded the rim over (or you could use a safety pin or even cut and sew it!).
Then hang it on the wall or place it on the tree! The 2020 Grinch gives me a chuckle every time I look at him!
FREE Grinch Face with Mask Cut File
This file is for personal use only!
Sometimes the file will look blurry when you first open it, but once you download it, the SVG will open up clearly. If you need additional help, make sure to check out my video on how to download and upload files to CDS at the bottom of that post.
Or check out my Cricut Design Space 101 series for even more tutorials.
It would also be cute to be put on a bottle of sanitizer as student or teacher gifts or to put in a You’ve Been Elfed bucket.
Whoville Christmas Decorations
Here are some other cute Grinch crafts and decorating ideas from around the blogging world!
Head on over to Woodshop Diaries and find out how she made this adorable Grinch pillow!
Check out this cute Who-ville tree at Sawdust 2 Stitches! So cute! If you are having a Grinch party, this would be perfect!
These would be some cute Who-ville stockings to go by the tree! Head over to Being Genevieve to read her full tutorial!
Head over to Ehow to see how to make this cute outside Grinch decor.
Check out Confessions of a Stamping Addict blog on a Whoville party with these cute centerpieces!
I love this wreath! It is only a picture, but I had to include it in the roundup. You could make it with some feather boas and red glitter ornaments.
What is your favorite Grinch decor?? Do you have another idea? I’d love to hear about it!
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Thanks so much for stopping by and have a creative day!