Make this Christmas special by making your own Christmas gifts! DIY Christmas gifts can make creative and thoughtful gifts this holiday season, and are easy when you use your Cricut machine! Get 25+ DIY Christmas Gift Ideas that you can personalize with either a Cricut Explore Air 2 or Cricut Maker.
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Coming up with Christmas gift ideas can be really difficult – whether it’s for your kids, family, friends, or teachers. I love making personalized Christmas gifts for everyone, and they are always a hit! Everyone on your shopping list will love and appreciate you making them a gift that’s designed just for them.
The Cricut machine is the ultimate tool in your craft room for making personalized gifts. You can use a variety of materials including vinyl, iron on, leather, felt, and paper to make gifts for everyone. And don’t forget all of the new Infusible Ink products! I’ve made everything from wine glasses to earrings to pillows (and more!)
A couple of weeks ago I shared a DIY Christmas hostess gift that I customized with my Cricut Explore Air 2. I created a set of coasters, napkins, wine glasses, and a custom Christmas gift tag all using different materials! Click on the green button to see all of the details!
Sometimes the easiest way to personalize a gift is to put a person’s name on the item. But you can customize items in many ways, as long as it’s personal to whomever you’re giving the gift!
Earlier in the spring, I also shared 10+ different ways I used my Cricut Explore Air 2 Machine to personalize gifts – tons of monograms in this post, plus a tutorial for DIY leather earrings!
I’m sharing a ton of DIY Christmas gift ideas from some of my favorite bloggers that are personalized with the Cricut. Browse the projects, and find one that someone you know will love!
Personalized Christmas Gifts made with a Cricut
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