Are you looking for some Cricut Christmas ornaments to make this year? Here are 25 creative ideas and tutorials for making DIY Christmas ornaments with a Cricut. Keep reading to see the complete list of amazing Cricut ornament projects and Christmas crafts.
The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year – an opportunity to celebrate and show our family and friends how much they mean to us. And one of my favorite parts of the holiday season is giving handmade gifts, like personalized ornaments I’ve made with Cricut.
Cricut Christmas Ornaments
The holiday season is the perfect time to get out your Cricut and make personalized ornaments for your family and friends.
In this article, I’ve rounded up some of the very best Cricut Christmas ornament ideas. You’ll find all sorts of creative inspiration, from traditional round baubles, to photo ornaments, to farmhouse-style wood slice ornaments.
Whether you keep these ornaments for your own Christmas decor, or give them as gifts to your family and friends, you’ll love creating personalized ornaments with the help of your handy Cricut machine.
More Cricut Christmas Projects
Get in the Christmas spirit with even more Cricut holiday projects.
Check out this tutorial to learn the step-by-step technique of making glitter ornaments. Then, use your Cricut to customize them with a little adhesive vinyl and a piece of transfer tape. Click to grab the free SVG files, too.
These amazing ornaments are so simple, and you'll love the beautiful results. I think they'd made great gifts, as well.
Here's yet another way to decorate clear plastic ornaments to create personalized decor. This tutorial will teach you how to fill an ornament with small faux snowballs and customize the outside with adhesive vinyl.
If you love simple and minimal designs, you'll love this tutorial for Rae Dunn-inspired Christmas ornaments. All you need to do is add your own vinyl designs to white ceramic Christmas ornaments or painted clear ornaments.
Here's a tutorial for simple graphic ornaments made with Cricut leather. If you cant find the specific wood-grain leather that this tutorial uses, you can substitute one of Cricut's other leather and faux leather materials.
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Sarah Stearns has helped millions of makers find their next craft project with free patterns and step-by-step tutorials on her blog, sarahmaker.com. Read more.
With over a decade of experience in knitting and crochet, she has been featured in prominent publications like The New York Times, Scientific American, Good Housekeeping, Vox, Apartment Therapy, and Lifehacker.