An inspiring collection of the best Cricut Christmas crafts from the most talented DIY bloggers on the web! Learn how to make personalized ornaments, stockings, pajamas, and more with these brilliant Cricut Christmas craft ideas! Sponsored by Cricut.
The Best Cricut Christmas Crafts
Getting ready for the holidays is almost as much fun as the holidays themselves! It’s especially exciting this year because I have lots of ideas to create gifts for my family and friends using my brand new Cricut Maker and EasyPress!
Sometimes I find it tricky to buy presents for family, especially grandparents who already have everything they need. Personalized gifts are always a winner, but having them custom-made for you can be pretty pricey.
And THAT is why I adore my Cricut Maker and EasyPress so much! I can create my own personalized gifts for a fraction of the cost — plus there are literally endless design options! The Cricut Maker does so much more than just cut — it engraves, embosses, perforates…it’s amazing!
If you’ve been looking for Cricut Christmas craft ideas then you’ve come to the right place! I’ve put together a collection of my favorite Christmas crafts with Cricut vinyl and other fun supplies.
The best part is that these Cricut Christmas crafts look fancy, but they’re actually quite easy to make! The Cricut does all the hard work for you!
If you’re new to the Cricut Maker or you’re considering treating yourself to one, read these first:
- What is a Cricut Maker & 5 Reasons I Love Mine
- Step-by-Step Guide How to Use the Cricut Maker
- Is Cricut Worth the Price?
Cricut Machine Gift Ideas
The Cricut Maker and EasyPress are pretty much the ultimate gift idea if you’re looking for a truly wow-worthy present to spoil someone special in your life. The following are my affiliate links; disclosure policy here.
These are some of my Cricut essentials:
- Cricut Maker + Everything Materials Bundle
- Cricut EasyPress 2 12×10″
- Cricut EasyPress mat 12×12″
- Cricut Maker Machine Tote, Tweed
- Cricut EasyPress Tote, 12″x10″
They’re perfect to get started with Cricut crafting!
The Most Unique Cricut Christmas Crafts
Naughty or Nice Christmas Coasters – I made this design myself and I am so thrilled with how it turned out! Cricut’s new Infusible Ink produces such shiny and vibrant colors!
Feliz Navidad Coasters – This was my sister’s design and I think I might even love these quirky holiday coasters more than my own!
Wooden Christmas Tree Stack (click for instructions on Kingston Crafts) – I love how these wooden blocks stack to look like a Christmas tree! I’m going to make one for our house this year!
Christmas Toy Recycling Bag (click for details from Sunny Day Family) – An absolutely brilliant way to declutter before Christmas!
DIY Holiday Placemats (click for tutorial from Fleece Fun) – How cute are these holiday placemats! Look at the little pockets for utensils!
Christmas Treat Holders (click for pattern from Smart Fun DIY) – These brightly colored paper trees hold a sweet surprise inside! Kids will love them!
Christmas Tea Towel (click for directions on Southern Couture) – If you collect tea towels (like me) why not make your own?
Baby It’s Cold Outside Teapot Set (click for details from The Best of This Life by Emily Smith) – This is the perfect gift for the tea lover in your life! Isn’t it beautiful?
Wooden Advent Calendar (click for tutorial from Everyday Party) – One of my kids’ favorite things about Christmas is checking the advent calendar each morning. This DIY wooden advent calendar is a gorgeous keepsake that will last for years!
Personalized Christmas Baking Set (click for the how-to from Hey Let’s Make Stuff) – A clever (and useful) gift idea for the baker in your life!
Personalized Christmas Pajamas
Why spend big $$ to buy a set for the family when you can make your own personalized Christmas pajamas for everyone!
Girls Christmas Nightgowns (click to see how they’re made on Sook Ee Designs) – My girls would love these pretty plaid nightgowns to wear during the holiday season!
Personalized Kids Pajamas (click for instructions on Weekend Craft) – A great beginner’s tutorial to learn how to add vinyl names to Christmas pajamas!
Rustic Plaid Christmas Pajamas (click for details on Frog Prince Paperie) – Another one of my favorite buffalo plaid Cricut Christmas craft ideas!
Christmas “Favorite Things” PJs (click for design from Life is a Party) – If you love to sleep in T-shirts (me!!) then this super cute design is a must-make!
Matching Bear Family Pajamas (click for the full instructions from Eclectic Momsense) – Special holiday PJs for Mama Bear, Papa Bear, and all the Bear Cubs!
DIY Cricut Christmas Ornaments
Paper Snow Globe Ornaments — We made this photo snow globes using our Cricut Joy and clear printable sticker paper.
Personalized Felt Ornaments (click to see how they’re made on 5 Little Monsters) – Not only are these custom felt ornaments super cute, they’re super easy!
Baby’s First Christmas Keepsake (click for this idea and more from Clark’s Condensed) – I’ve always wondered what to do with the hats my babies wore in the hospital – what a sweet way to treasure them!
Wooden Christmas Truck Ornament (click for design from Lydi Out Loud) – I love the rustic look of this DIY ornament!
Baby Birthday Ornament (click for details from Jamela By Pink) – One side of this baby’s first ornament is a photo and the other shows all of their birth stats in an adorable pattern. Love!
Baby’s First Ornament (click for instructions from It Happens in a Blink) – What a clever use for mini embroidery hoops!
Engraved Snowflake Ornaments (click for tutorial from Dream a Little Bigger) – Did you know that you can engrave with the Cricut Maker? These ornaments are so elegant!
Easy DIY Monogram Ornaments (click for instructions on Organized 31) – Such a clever pointillism style monogram!
Personalized Christmas Stockings
Making your own Christmas stockings has never been easier! No more measuring and tedious cutting patterns by hand — the Cricut Maker does it perfectly so all you have to do is put them together and make them your own!
These are some of our favorite DIY Stocking Cricut crafts for Christmas:
Glitter Name Stockings (click for directions from Craft Shack Chronicles) – Add some sparkle to these festive felt stockings with glittery personalization!
Tasseled Christmas Stockings (click for instructions on Happily Ever After Etc.) – I love the natural colors of these stockings, and especially the pop of color with the buffalo plaid name tags! (PS – If you’re obsessed with buffalo check like me, check out this buffalo plaid painted pots craft idea!)
Striped Personalized Stockings (click for instructions on Ginger Snap Crafts) – Simple stripes make these personalized Christmas stockings easy to match to any decor.
Red Plaid Stockings (click for the pattern on Not So Cli-Sheá) – With this easy pattern, even novices can sew these beautiful Christmas stocking!
DIY Cricut Christmas Gift Wrap Ideas
Once you have the perfect personalized gift, wrap it with custom gift wrap ideas and tags made using the Cricut!
Reusable Monogram Gift Tags (click for instructions from Blue i Style) – I love the art deco feel of these letters!
Gangsta Wrapper Holiday Gift Bag (click for the how-to from The Cards We Drew) – Pun intended!!
Personalized Santa Wrapping Bags (click for details from Something Turquoise) – There’s a super cute wine gift bag design too!
DIY Holiday Gift Tags (click for instructions from Dukes and Duchesses) – These gift tags double as a coaster!
Color Your Own Gift Bags (click for tutorial from Happy Go Lucky Blog) – The gift bag is part of the gift!
Debossed Foil Gift Wrap (click for directions on The Proper Blog) – This metallic gift wrap is so elegant!
Reusable Gift Bags (click for the how-to from Jordan’s Easy Entertaining) – These bags can be used year after year…just gorgeous!
Personalized Gift Tag Coasters (click for the tutorial on The Quiet Grove) – A fun and functional accent!
Do you have a Cricut Maker? I’d love to hear about your own Cricut Christmas crafts in the comments below!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.