This holiday season, 14 of us craft bloggers teamed up to bring you a wide selection of things to make celebrating the season.
Most of these are Holiday Cricut Crafts, but there are a few you can make without a cutting machine.
I love how “holiday season” covers the time from Thanksgiving to Christmas and Hannukah through the New Year. (At least in my mind!)
‘Tis the Season to Create Holiday Crafts with your Cricut!
Jen Swift is a talented artist; she literally wrote the book on engraving with a Cricut, and now teaches others to draw in Procreate on their iPads in her Facebook group.
She has drawn adorable gift tags for us and shows how to make them 3D.
Lucy creates all types of little houses and is a fellow paper and cardboard addict. She’s written books about how to make many different Halloween Houses and Simple Houses.
Lucy has created a whole Christmas Village that’s an Advent calendar. The adorable tiny houses even are designed so they fold up flat to store until next year! (You can see how small they are when you look at the Hershey’s kiss for scale.)
Nick (the Bearded Housewife) creates amazing cards for any holiday or celebration!
Amy Romeu is the earring queen!
She has fun earrings for every occasion and shares all her tricks for cutting faux leather flawlessly. She’s created two different Hanukkah earrings designs.
Gjoa Crandell of SpecialHeartStudio.com is the Master of Mandalas!
Her layered mandala designs have a bit of a cult following. (More paper addicts!) She’s created a gorgeous holly wreath.
Jennifer Stahr of myscrapmenagerie.com is the creator of the hilarious “naughty gnomes.” (Don’t get your knickers in a bunch; they are actually rated PG!)
She created a fun Holiday Explosion Card that would be easy to make for any occasion when you have a card that needs a little boost!
Maira Vial of Vial Designs shows how to create Hand Lettered Holiday Cards. You don’t need a cutting machine for this one!
I just love the “Merry Always, Happy Everything” ornament card on the black background. It’s simply stunning.
Natalie Desrochers of Nelidesign.com does all things crafty with her Cricut.
I love the flocked HTV for holiday designs because it’s fuzzy and soft! Learn how to make Flocked HTV Christmas Pillows here.
Abbi Kirsten of AbbiKirstencollections.com is well-known for her beautiful paper flowers.
She shows us how to make Paper Pointsettias. (Finally. Flowers that I can’t kill.)
Bette of Bette’s Makes uses cardstock to make these easy, spinning 3D ornaments.
If you haven’t seen my project yet, you can learn to make the Christmas Explosion Box right over here.
New designs for the center are being created. You can choose if you want the Christmas tree as shown, or have a snowman, menorah, or penguins in the center!
Tell me: which is your favorite? And which ones are you going to make?