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Last updated on May 27th, 2020
It’s Christmas Vinyl Project time again!
Are you looking for ideas for gifts to make using vinyl or iron on? Or are you wanting some DIY Christmas decor and decoration ideas?
There are so many different things you can customize using both
adhesive vinyl or iron-on vinyl, so let’s get into them!
Christmas Vinyl Project Ideas
We’ve got a range of both video and written step-by-step
Cricut tutorials to share. Some of them we’ve made ourselves, and some are from other Cricut crafters.
1. Cricut Christmas Calendar
Cricut Christmas Calendar was made using Cricut Chalkboard Vinyl.
We found an old unused picture frame, placed gold cardstock behind it, and then chalkboard vinyl over the glass. It worked perfectly! The center piece is obviously where we can put the number of days till Christmas.
It could possibly make a fun early Christmas present, but besides that, it’s great for generating Christmas cheer in the home!
2. Cricut Window Decals
The following window decals were made using
Cricut Window Cling.
I had a lot of fun making these vinyl decals for Christmas, and now I’ve just got to find a way to keep my 3 year old from peeling them off!
3. Christmas Onesie
Christmas baby onesie is a fun gift idea for any babies born over the last year!
It was made using
Siser Glitter HTV because who doesn’t want to sparkle at Christmas? The glitter iron-on bundle that I used can be found here on Amazon.
4. DIY Christmas Placemats
In this video from
The Rhinestone World, Lisa shows how to make these coordinating Christmas placemats.
She also uses Siser Glitter HTV, and The Rhinestone World Magic Foil, and she cuts these with a
Silhouette Cameo 3.
These placemats would make a lovely addition to your Christmas home decor, or a great gift.
5. Vinyl Christmas Ornaments
In this next video, Jessica from
Expressions Vinyl demonstrates how to layer vinyl and put it perfectly onto a Christmas ornament – without any wrinkles or bubbles!
This is a great way to add a personalized and special touch to your Christmas tree this season!
6. Christmas Reverse Canvas
This Cricut Reverse Canvas project is the type of thing that makes for a good handmade Christmas gift.
There’s quite a bit of work involved, from painting the frame & canvas, to cutting and applying the vinyl, but it’s something special that will last a long time.
Cricut iron on vinyl for this project, but something like Oracal 651 would work well too!
7. Decorative Christmas Plate
Our next Christmas project idea is this ‘Merry Christmas’ decorative plate shown in this tutorial from
Maymay Made It Crafts.
She uses glitter vinyl and transfer tape from
Expressions Vinyl, and cuts out the design with her vinyl cutting machine.
What a cute but inexpensive gift this makes!
8. Christmas Mug Decals
Here is another super cute and inexpensive gift you can make for all your friends and family!
reverse weeding tutorial we cut some vinyl holiday decals using Cricut Design Space, and easily transfer them onto mugs.
This gift idea could also be used not just for Christmas, but also for Valentines Day, Thanksgiving, and so much more!
9. Custom Christmas Kitchenware
Cricut vinyl labels can be applied to anything (and everything)!
It’s so simple to get a really nice piece of kitchen storage, like the tea and coffee canisters above, grab a
great free SVG, cut it out, and apply it!
We used this adhesive vinyl from
this cheap bundle on Amazon. It’s lasting well!
10. Personalized Christmas Stockings
Here’s how you can easily personalize
blank Christmas stockings with heat transfer vinyl.
In this video from The Rhinestone World, Lisa uses scraps of
Siser EasyWeed, a Silhouette Cameo 3, and a heat press to customize Christmas stockings.
11. Christmas Shadow Box
Next up is this video tutorial from Dreaming Tree (known for
their 3D SVGs).
It shows how to make holiday themed shadow boxes. This is such a fun and unique idea, and an easy way to personalize to your individual taste.
Again, this project would make great home decor not just for the Christmas season, but for others too!
12. Personalized Starbucks Tumbler
This Starbucks Tumbler can be picked up
on Etsy here, but if you have a Cricut cutting machine, you can easily personalize it yourself!
Grab yourself some
blank Starbucks tumblers and adhesive vinyl, and get customizing!
13. Personalized Christmas Truck
I love to find new and unique project ideas that will inspire us to get crafting!
This personalized Christmas truck would make a cute addition to your Christmas decor. This video tutorial is from
Nasayi. She uses Cricut iron-on vinyl, and a Silhouette Cameo 3 to make this project (also take a look at the new CAMEO 4).
14. Cricut Christmas Fabric Projects
If you are a member of
Cricut Access, you have access to a ton of Cricut sewing patterns.
There are patterns for stuffed toys, kids clothing, puzzles, and all sorts of other awesome projects (especially for
cutting with the Cricut Maker).
A number of these projects would be totally suitable as Christmas presents, and many include iron-on vinyl as well!
15. Vinyl Christmas Signs
This video from
StephanieD2 shows several different Christmas sign ideas using vinyl.
The first shows how to apply vinyl on tin, followed by examples of how to apply vinyl on different types of wood.
She made these projects using her Silhouette and used
Oracal 651 vinyl to get the best adhesion. No doubt this video will give you other ideas for projects you could create using these materials.
16. Kids Sweatshirt
Another really easy Cricut Christmas project –
a kids sweatshirt with a HTV transfer. The SVG I used for this top can be found here.
One could easily buy something like this from the shops, but it adds so much to say you made it yourself. Make custom tops for all the nieces and nephews this Christmas!
17. Christmas T Shirt
Last but not least, create a Christmas t shirt using
iron on transfer paper!
Avery transfer paper can be applied with an iron, the EasyPress, or a regular heat press machine. You just print out your clipart onto the transfer paper, and then press it on!
Christmas Cricut Projects
That’s all the projects we’ve got for now, but let us know in the comments if you have any other ideas!
Vinyl crafts are a great way to fill in time productively, and create memorable gifts for loved ones. If you haven’t tried it before, you’ve got to give it a go!
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