Looking to create some magic this Christmas? My blogging friends have what you’re looking for! Choose from 14 festive holiday makes in the 2021 Holiday Showcase! It’s time to get your fa la la on, grab your craft supplies, and pull up a hallmark movie to watch as you craft- because It’s Christmas time!
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Note: Although most of these are holiday projects for Cricut crafters, there are a few that do not use a Cricut or can be done without a Cricut.
Tis the Season to Craft- With These Holiday Projects for Cricut Crafters
Crafting and Christmas is just a gimme- we love to make things for others. And the holidays present an opportunity like none other (get what I did there? 😂) All puns aside, these holiday craft projects are all really well done and I’m hoping they’ll inspire you to create a little joy this season.
SO grab your Cricut (or scissors work too), some sticker paper, glue, and sparkles, tell Alexa or Siri to put your holiday playlist on repeat and let’s craft!
Table of Contents
1. Paper Poinsettia Centerpiece
By Abbi of Abbi Kirsten Collections
Abbi’s blog is full of gorgeous craft projects, but it’s her paper flowers that will absolutely make your jaw drop.
I love these poinsettias for Christmas and Abbi features them in a few different projects so you can create matching decor elements!
To find the step-by-step tutorial for this centerpiece, just follow this link.
3. Christmas Church Pop-Up Box Card
9. Christmas Explosion Card
By Jennifer Stahr, of My Scrap Menagerie
Another blogging friend, Jenny’s exploding card is sure to surprise the HoHoHo out of whoever opens it. She has a wicked sense of humor that comes out in many of her crafts. Her Naughty Gnome card from last year is a total gem.
You can get the free pattern and step-by-step instructions for the card at her blog, My Scrap Menagerie.
10. Flocked Holiday Toss Pillows
11. Advent Countdown Boxes
By Lucy Foxworth, of Paper Glitter Glue
Lucy’s blog is your one-stop shop for little houses and villages. She has absolutely gorgeous patterns that have the best details. She even has gingerbread paint that smells like real gingerbread!
And her gnome card from last Christmas was just featured at Good Housekeeping.
For the Holiday Showcase, she created 25 little house patterns so you can make your own little village. And each box will hold a small gift too! You can find instructions for this project on her blog, Paper Glitter Glue.
12. Holly-day Paper Wreath
By Gjoa Crandall, of Special Heart Studios
This stunning wreath is the perfect holiday decor and is super affordable too! Gjoa has AMAZING paper sculpture projects for Christmas including an angel tree topper that lights up, a nativity that has its own storage box built in. I can’t wait to make some of these with my mom this Christmas.
You can all these projects on her blog, SpecialHeartStudio. The tutorial for this wreath is here.
13. Hand Lettered Christmas Cards
By Maira Vial, of Vial Designs
Nothing says “thinking of you” like spending the time to hand-letter a card this Christmas. And Maira makes it waaay more doable than I thought it could be. Totally something fun to try this holiday season!
You can find the tutorial for these cards here.
14. 3D Layered Gift Tag Stickers
By Jen Swift, of Well Crafted Studio
The Holiday Showcase project from yours truly! I love the colors, the illustrations, and the slight mid-century modern feel of these simple gift tags.
I had a blast drawing these and promise they’ll make your gifts stand out this Christmas!
You can get the free download for these in both English and French in my Free Library, and the tutorial here.
Looking for MORE Holiday Craft Projects?
What would you like to make? Engraved Ornaments? Christmas Gnome Stickers? Wood Burned Gnomes? Christmas Cards from your Procreate art? You’ll find these projects and more here on Well Crafted Studio. I’d love to have you take a look!
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