Learn how to make amazing projects with an xTool laser cutter and engraver! With a laser machine like the xTool P2, you can engrave and cut wood, acrylic, leather, glass, felt, and a ton of other materials. These are 10+ of my favorite xTool projects that you can make, including laser cut wood crafts, laser personalized gifts, and more!
xTool P2 Projects
I have been making tons of projects with my xTool P2 Laser Machine. It’s the brand new machine from Makeblock/xTool and is a powerful 55W CO2 laser cutter and engraver. I already own an xTool M1, so I was excited to see how the P2 outperformed it and my Glowforge Pro.
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Although you can definitely make these laser crafts to sell, I would recommend that you read my 10+ Laser Crafts for Small Business post. Especially if you are starting a new craft business, I have ideas and tips that might help you out!
This post is more about what you can make with an xTool P2 – and the options are truly endless! All of these projects are just a small portion of what you can make when you own a laser machine.
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xTool Projects You Can Make With the P2
Laser Cut and Engraved Earrings
Earrings are one of the most popular crafts to make with a laser machine. They require a small amount of material, and can be personalized for holidays and gifts.
Here are some of my favorite laser earring designs:
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Retro keychains have been so popular over the last couple of years! You can engrave inexpensive acrylic keychains, or you can cut your own from sheets of cast acrylic.
And if you don’t want to use acrylic, you can make retro or vintage inspired keychains from wood, too!
Of course, you don’t have to make a retro design, there are tons of different keychains that you can make! This one was constructed from several different pieces of pastel acrylic:
More Laser Keychain Designs:
Coasters are also an easy gift idea that you can personalize for a location, wedding, or other occasion. You can engrave slate, glass, leather, wood, or cork, or you can cut pieces to make your own from scratch.
I love these slate coasters with custom designs that I drew in the Procreate app.
I also make a quick set of coasters using the score function and a few of my favorite cities.
Laser Coaster Designs:
- Line Art Cities Coasters
- Tropical Leaves Coasters
- Lemon Coaster
- Christmas Coasters
- Halloween Coasters
Signs are one of the most popular crafts to make with an xTool laser machine. Wood signs are too large for most other craft machines, and you don’t have to use craft vinyl. Laser cut signs are more durable and professional looking.
Just like wooden signs, acrylic signs are a very popular trend, especially these painted clear acrylic signs for bridal showers and weddings.
Some of my favorite laser cut sign designs:
- Home Sweet Haunted Home
- Laundry Signs
- Wifi Sign
- Halloween Sign Bundle
- Nursery Quote Signs Bundle
- Welcome Sign Bundle
Cutting Boards and Charcuterie Trays
Engraved wooden cutting boards or tray are another popular laser craft for holidays, weddings and personalized gifts. You can purchase inexpensive boards and engrave them with quotes, designs, or names.
Laser Engraved Cutting Board Designs:
Laser Cut Greeting Cards
Have you ever thought of sending laser cut greeting cards? Me either, until I got a laser cutter! You can make a wooden card for any holiday, like this valentine that I made:
You can use everything from wood, paper, and acrylic to make laser cut greeting cards and even gift card holders.
Laser Cut Greeting Cards & Gift Card Holders:
- Christmas Laser Cut Card with Ornament
- Birthday Pop Up Card
- Pencil Gift Card Holder for Teachers
- Birthday Cake Gift Card Holder
- Love Pop Up Card
These nightlights are extremely popular gifts for holidays and birthdays. You can personalize them with names, pictures, or other designs! You can purchase the nightlight bases and then add a custom piece of acrylic to it.
Acrylic Nightlight Designs:
- Madame Leota Haunted Mansion SVG
- Fish Bowl Acrylic Lamp SVG
- Dinosaur Acrylic Nightlight SVG
- 3D Nightlight Bundle
- Snowglobe Nightlight
Laser Cut and Engraved Home Decor
Just as with laser cut signs, other home decor items are really popular. I have made and constructed items like earring holders:
and I have also engraved pre-purchased home decor and storage items, like this acrylic pencil cup:
You can’t engrave thick objects like this pencil cup with other laser machines. You can get the xTool Riser Base, which allows you to engrave items that are up to 8.5″ thick!
In addition to birthday gifts, personalized holiday gift tags are really popular around Christmas. I have made several versions, but this is one of my favorites.
Tags don’t have to be just for gifts! You can make personalized luggage tags too!
Laser Gift Tags and Luggage Tags Designs:
- Halloween Gift Tags
- Easter Basket Tags
- Round Birthday Gift Tags
- Travel Luggage Tag
- Acrylic Luggage Tag
Have you seen engraved stainless steel coated tumblers? They are made with a rotary attachment like the RA2 Pro for the xTool P2. It’s the an accessory for your machine that will handle cylindrical objects like tumblers and glasses. And it’s definitely a project I can’t wait to make!
Get designs for laser engraved tumblers:
- Palm Tree Wrap for 40oz Stanley Quencher
- Butterfly Wrap
- Husband & Wife Tumbler Designs
- Leopard Print Wrap
Get all of these puzzle designs for laser machines:
I hope you were inspired to find a new project to make with your xTool laser! Let me know in the comments what else you’d like to see!