You’ll love this collection of the best Cricut Christmas gifts to give this holiday season.
Making your own Christmas gifts is a great way to spread the Christmas spirit and show your recipients that you really care.
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Best Cricut Christmas Gifts for the Holiday Season
For the tea drinker on your list, this Tea Storage Solution is the perfect gift! Put this design on mason jars or tea towels to create a special gift that any tea drinker with a sense of humor would enjoy.
These snarky kitchen towels are perfect for your sarcastic friend this Christmas!
In my experience, personalized gifts are the best. This personalized name sign craft is a great gift idea for little ones who love to see their name proudly hung on the door or wall of their bedroom. Little girls especially enjoy finding this thoughtful gift idea in their holiday gift bags.
Handmade Gifts Are Great Gift Ideas
Custom DIY glitter wine glasses make a great gift idea, and they have a fun peekaboo surprise inside! Super easy to make and personalize!
These DIY plant markers are the perfect (and affordable!) gift for gardeners this holiday season.
The plant lover in your life would love one of these custom mugs paired with a mini plant!
Do you have a group of friends who always talk about the Enneagram? Time to make them some matching shirts. This tutorial includes the free hand-lettered file to cut each number and one for the friend who rolls their eyes each time it comes up.
More Handmade Christmas Gifts
This is a perfectly crafty gift for someone who loves dolls. Cut the pieces for a doll dress and package it with all the supplies for them to sew it themselves!
Grab your recipient a membership to Cricut design space, Cricut Explore Air or Cricut Joy, and grab them some cricut vinyl so they can start making cricut projects themselves. The above-mentioned cutting machine is not necessarily the best Cricut machine, they are just the two that I hear about the most.
You could even give gift cards to a local craft store that sells heat transfer vinyl, infusable ink, and transfer tape. Get them all set up to make Cricut Christmas projects so they can create something wonderful.
Maybe next year you’ll receive a handmade gift like Christmas pajamas or christmas stockings!
Make a personalized tumbler using Citristrip and a Cricut! Easy to add any favorite images or monograms to a colored tumbler. This would be a great way to replace water bottles for those of us who want a better way to travel with our favorite beverage.
This Santa’s Magic Key Cricut-made sign is a great gift idea for kids, grandkids or nieces & nephews who don’t have a chimney at home. It looks professionally made (by Santa of course) so he can get inside on the big night. A FREE SVG is included to help you create this sweet DIY gift.
Great Ideas for Homemade Gifts
Create customized candles with a Silhouette or Cricut. They are budget-friendly and make great gifts for teachers, family members, co-workers, neighbors, or anyone on your list!
Customize an oven mitt with a fun quote and fill it with baking supplies for a sweet gift idea. I go through so many oven mitts that this is one of my favorite things to receive. Every time your recipient grabs something delicious from the oven they will enjoy the special touch you put on their homemade Christmas gifts.
This DIY Christmas Serving Tray is such a great Cricut project to make for the holidays. Not only does it have that rustic look and feel but it’s really fun to add something homemade to your own holiday decor.
A simple paper gift box cut with Cricut makes a sweet little gift card holder. Attach a coffee-themed print then cut the sticker to the front and give this to a teacher.
Head over and get the free cut file and bring up your gift wrap game for all of your Cricut Christmas projects.
If you are still looking for the best Cricut Christmas gifts and can not seem to find one for that hard to shop for person, this is the perfect project for you.
These Easy No-Sew Pillow Covers can be made 2 ways and is so easy to recreate for cricut crafters who may not be the best at sewing. Christmas pillows are sure to be a welcome gift this time of year, get the free SVG file and a couple of simple supplies for an easy way to put a smile on your loved ones face on Christmas morning.
DIY Christmas Gifts With a Personal Touch
You can make the perfect personalized gift without a Cricut. Maybe you have run out of adhesive vinyl or iron-on vinyl and need more handmade gift ideas. Or maybe you just can’t decide which is the best Cricut Christmas gifts, lucky for you I have a solution.
This full tutorial shares How to Make DIY Candle Bowls. These are fun gifts for the whole family to enjoy, no svg files are required.
For the cookie lover in your life, this Macaron Salt Dough Ornament offers a cute design that is perfect for Christmas time. Every year when your loved one sets up the Christmas tree, they will be reminded of your special gift when they see these Christmas ornaments.
If you have a special veteran or active service member on your list, this DIY Patriotic Hanging Sign makes quick work of this personalized gift. Be sure to follow this great tutorial for instructions on how to make this gift idea that can be personalized for your recipient.
The possibilities are endless, swap out the colors to red and green to make your own Christmas signs!
Create a DIY Canvas Picture Frame to display Christmas memories all year long.
If you have little kids on your list, learn how to Craft Your Own Sword & Shield Toy Set. This will be a hit amongst all of the kids at your holiday party.
I hope you have found some handmade gifts to make for your family members this Christmas season. Be sure to follow along on social media and sign up for the free newsletter so that you never miss another fantastic Cricut project again.
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