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25 Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas Made with Cricut

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

I have created a round up of my favorite Cricut Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas. You can Make and personalize all of these gifts too!

christmas dinner table
My favorite part of Christmas is gift-giving and as you know, I love making gifts! I have been making homemade Christmas gifts for my family since I was eight and I can promise you there were some interesting gifts in those early years. (I am sure my siblings will agree!) The very first Christmas gift I made was felt comb cases. I cut them and glued them and wrote my sibling’s names on them with a marking pen. Oh, how I wish I had a photo of my handcrafting at 8 years old!

Over the years I made quilts, stained glass, oil paintings, advent calendars, pillows, and more.  I try to personalize my gifts whenever I can and I love using my Cricut machine. My Cricut Maker allows me to be so creative. Today I am sharing a round-up of 25 Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas Made with Cricut. Many of them are mine!
 
You can personalize all of these gift ideas with your Cricut machine, and I love them all. 
 

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

My 100 Year Old Home
I made hundreds of crepe paper flowers this year with my Cricut Maker machine. I made eleven different types of flowers in all sorts of colors. Why not make a bouquet of flowers as a gift that lasts forever?
 
 
Reusable Water Bottles
My 100 Year Old Home
I am obsessed with Reusable Water Bottles and I made some as gifts for my friends who stayed with me at our Waco Airbnb. I even personalized them with the names of their Instagram accounts. I used Cricut Premium Vinyl and used a drawing of the front of our home as the logo on the bottles.
 
 
Personalized Tea Towels
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Personalized tea towels are the best gift for a kitchen! You can buy solid flour sack dishtowels  and cut any design or message using Cricut Every day Iron On Transfer. These towels look so adorable in our Airbnb. You can design your own as homemade Christmas gifts this year too.
 
 
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 I made these adorable 3D Trees to decorate the table. I found the free pattern in the Cricut Design Space and I love how they came out.
 
cricut christmas trees
 
My 100 Year Old Home
I love Christmas music so I thought it would be fun to create a caroling musical theme at our table. I selected eight lines from my favorite Christmas carols and used Cricut Everyday Iron-On to add them to my placemats.
 
christmas dinner placemats
 
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I used my Cricut machine to make pantry labels for these awesome glass ring top jars. Aren’t these the best canisters?
 
 
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To make this pillow I designed a Christmas tree with family names and used Cricut Iron-on vinyl material.
 
 
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You can personalize any stockings by making name tags. The tags for these stockings are made with Cricut Premium vinyl.

stockings for christmas

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I cut these ornaments on my Cricut Maker featuring photos from my son’s wedding. Won’t these look great hanging on their tree?
 wedding christmas ornament
 
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These coasters are made with Cricut Infusible Ink! How wonderful are they?
 
christmas coasters   
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Cricut is great for making stencils. So why not make a stencil for a pie crust? This would make such a great gift for a dinner party.
 
 
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The best thing about this gift is you can make a personalized chalkboard or you can gift the chalkboard and include a few stencils with it!
 
 
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We all love bottles with labels and you can make them for oils, vinegar, or simple syrups as I did here! I made homemade vanilla this year and I am making vinyl lettering for the bottles too!
 
 
Place Cards
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I made this place cards for Friendsgiving and Thanksgiving this year. I used the Madina font and cut them from Cricut Kraft Board Foil material. Wouldn’t it be great to bring a set of these as a hostess gift? Just include all of their family members in the set.
 
 
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I made these pillow covers as a gift for my son and his fiance at the Engagement party. The roman numerals are their wedding date and California Hamptons was the theme for the Engagement Party. 
 
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I made this felt pillow with my Cricut Maker machine and it was so easy since the machine did all of the cutting!
 
I made one with Poinsettias too!
 
crafts in the craft room
 
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I made these red and white vintage styled 3-D ornaments that are made from heavy cardstock. They are easy to make and I love how they turned out.
 
 
Dreaming of Homemaking
Everybody loves hot cocoa, and I love this personalized gift basket!
 
hot cocoa gift basket
 
Dreaming of Homemaking
Advent calendars make the best gift!

Lydioutloud.com
Coffee gifts are the best! Everyone can use one and you can personalize everything.
 
Holiday mug gift
 
Lia Griffith
Gift tags make the perfect gift. Especially when you personalize them!

Hey, Let’s Make Stuff
These are the cutest ornaments to highlight a baby’s birth!

 

Use your Cricut Explore or other cutting machine to easily cut your newborn's footprints out of vinyl to make a sweet keepsake ornament.

Hey, Let’s Make Stuff
Treat boxes are the best way to package baked goods. The Cricut allows you to personalize these in so many ways!

Want to make Christmas gifts for neighbors? Bake up some cookies and use your Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker to create these holiday treat boxes! Any neighbor would appreciate a prettily packaged sweet treat this holiday season.

Happiness is Homemade
I would love to make these for everyone in my family! I think I might make them personalized.

Glass and Vinyl Ornament - Happiness is Homemade

Handmade Holiday Tag
These gift tags are wonderful! How fun if you personalized them too! Lia Griffith always has the best ideas.
 
Gift tags
 
I hope you enjoyed these homemade Christmas gift ideas. I know I have some new projects to make this season!
 
 
 
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8 Responses

  1. Thank you so much for sharing! I’ve been thinking of getting one, but wasn’t sure what all you could do with them. It seems like you can do everything!

  2. Oh my goodness their all so beautiful. One is better than the other. Their is nothing better than a homemade gift or being so proud of having your home filled with your creations. I love them all.

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