Christmas Cricut Maker Decor Ideas
Hello friends, I have had some serious fun playing with my Cricut Maker the last few days, and today I am bringing Ya’ll “Christmas Cricut Maker Decor Ideas”. If you visit Cricut Design space you will be shocked at just how much is there to create anything from signs, banners, garlands, tags, ornaments, cute 3d pop ups, and more. You pretty much can decorate your home for Christmas with the Cricut Maker and Design space. Plus bonus you can make some cute gifts too. Its pretty impressive and so much fun.
I have three projects below that I made, and the chipboard doves that were found searching doves in Design Space can be used as ornaments, stocking embellishments, or as gift tags. I also made some cute gift tags for packages, and finally a cute “HO HO HO” sign to go with my Santa mantel. I will share a link to that simple yet darling Santa HO HO HO design here.
Alright, so I have to say I am pretty much in love with my deep cutting blade that cuts through pretty thick chip board, because that is what makes some dang cute Christmas banners, tags, ornaments and stocking embellishments. I new I wanted to make those things with my deep cutting blade and chipboard, and it worked great. I also new I wanted a cute Santa sign that would tie in with my already Santa themed mantel decor. I have to say, I am pretty happy with everything YEAH!
Now let me share what I did with y’all. I will say everything you see is pretty self explanatory. However, drop me a comment if you have any questions.
You can cut out vinyl too, to add to your chip board gift tags, or you can use a sharpie. I loves the simplicity of two of my kids initials. So cute and so easy.
After the Cricut Maker cut out my doves found in Design space, I cut off the little leaves that the dove was holding in its beak, and I added some of my own faux greenery and red berries. I just simply cut them to size and hot glued them to the doves beak.
Once again I had so much fun decorating my home using my Cricut Maker, deep cutting blade, knife blade, vinyl, chipboard, and the other things I used to create it all. The creating possibilities are endless with the Cricut Maker.
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