Now that Thanksgiving's behind us, we can move along with alllll the Cricut Christmas ideas we've been saving up. Ready? Let's do this!This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.
We have Cricut Christmas ideas for any maker, ranging from straightforward, giftable goodies like our Garden Stakes DIY made with the Explore to intricate Cricut Christmas tea towels with the Maker.
DIY Coloring Christmas Ornaments
Life's been so busy I haven't even had a chance to share these in a blog post yet, but the kids and I made these printable and colorable Christmas ornaments. They were a huge hit, and the grandparents are totally getting a set this season. The kids are coloring them in and then we're laminating them and stringing them from everyone's trees!
A Cricut Christmas Table Runner
This adorable Eat Drink and be Merry table print from my friend at Lovely Indeed is absolute perfection.
Custom Pillow Cases
Perfect for a family housewarming, newlyweds, or any family looking to add a little charm to their atmosphere. These Custom Pillows are cute AND cozy!
For those times when you're not in the mood to hand-cut all the snow ornaments.
Our Tea Towels
I'll be Idahome for Christmas Cricut tea towels? Utterly hilarious. And totally customizable with different ideas to replace “Idaho.” I'll be son-HOME-a for Christmas? Okla-HOME-A for Christmas? The options are (almost) endless!
Family Christmas Pajamas
We do a family Christmas PJ photoshoot every year, and somehow it's never dawned on me to create our own family Christmas pajamas. Problem. Solved!
Funny Christmas Shirts
Hysterical, easy, and awesome. These Christmas shirts are everything I want in a custom craft.
These adorable DIY Christmas Mugs say “you're my favorite” on one side and then have optional add-ons for the backside to say things like “neighbor,” “brother” or “kid – don't tell your siblings.” HAH!
Dog Advent Calendar
Because my friend Allison is one of the cleverest people I've ever met – and dogs deserve treats too!
This Christmas Puzzle gift idea from Play Party Plan is the cutest thing ever – and a pretty genius way to reveal to your kids that you're all going on an awesome vacation!
A Christmas Cookie Plate
Cookies for Santa and carrots for the reindeer – because we can't forget about the reindeer!
A Sign Featuring Santa's Truck
Greet your guests with this classic farm-y sign.
April's Infusible Ink Coasters
Seriously adorable, these Holiday Infusible Ink Coasters are extra-special because of their use of hand-filled-in accent colors.
DIY Adventure Calendars
Because counting down is critical. The anticipation is halt the fun!
Cricut Christmas Apron
Baking spirits bright all season long.
Holiday Gift Tags
Another one from my pal April Go Lightly, these Cricut Gift Tags are the perfect way to fancify even the simplest gift. I like to stick with brown paper and twine, so the added touch of a sparkly personalized name tag really has a way of taking my personalized gift wrapping from drab to fab.
So Santa can find the whole crew's stockings – including guests!
Commemorate the moment, year after year, with these easy wooden Christmas ornaments.
A Felt Christmas Tree
These tacticle felt toys for kids make fantastic gifts for toddlers.
Christmas Quote Coasters
You sit on a throne of lies! Who can name that movie?
Staci's Reclaimed Wood Sign
You know me. I swoon over any sort of reclaimed wood. My pal Staci really took this wood Christmas yard decor an extra step with her custom lettering on her Cricut. I'm smitten, and my just have to copy this sign for my own new yard!
A Sweet Onesie
The “Merry Everything” greeting makes sure your baby is ready for a Santa photoshoot anytime!
Baby's First Christmas Ornaments
These baby ornaments are so commemorative. So adorable. So simple.
Personalized Christmas Sacks
These Christmas bags usually cost like a bajillion dollars in stores, but they're so easy to make!
DIY Christmas Village
I love Christmas villages, but hate storing fragile items all year long for use in one short season. This easy one made out of paper is the perfect solution!
What Cricut Christmas ideas are you going to make this season?