One of my favorite things about having a Cricut is the ability to make totally custom projects in minutes. I have created gifts, home decor, party favors and more. I am so excited to share more than 25 Personalized Holiday Projects from some of my favorite bloggers!
DIY Holiday Decor
I super love this personalized Christmas Tree from Kingston Crafts! Wouldn’t it be a great hostess gift too?
I have an ornament for each of my boys’ first Christmases. It would have been so great to make them like Clark’s Condensed did!
I am a sucker for vintage trucks…so, it’s surprise that I love this ornament from Lydi Out Loud!
I love these Baby’s 1st Christmas Ornaments from It Happens in a Blink. These sweet little ornaments could be customized for anyone, not just a baby’s first Christmas.
I so love Lemon Thistle’s sign for Santa! It.is.so.stinkin’.CUTE!
Last winter, I made nearly a dozen personalized holiday gifts. Both for me to give to friends and family, and for family to give to their friends. I love being able to make beautiful custom gifts!
The Tattooed Quilter is so wildly talented. I adore him and all of his beautiful quilts. And, apparently, I also really love his custom sewing tote bags too!
I haven’t tried making glitter tumblers yet, but Happiness is Homemade has me believing I could make them, and they would look awesome!
Laura’s Crafty Life knocked it out of the park with these stunning bracelet charms!
Hey, Let’s Make Stuff is baking spirits bright! And I would love to be on the receiving end of this sweet gift set.
100 Directions is such a gifted artist. And, I love this gift set so much!
The Country Chic Cottage always makes the cutest gifts for her grandsons. These Fridge Magnets would be great for kids of all ages!
This is SUCH a great gift for little ones! You can totally customize it to your little one’s likes.
That’s What Che Said made this darling gift set for an adult, but it would be great for school aged kiddos too!
Pineapple Paper Co. always makes such amazing projects. Any hostess would truly love to receive this gift.
Cricut’s new Infusible Ink products are so great. I love Printable Crush’s hand drawn elements too!
My mom loves to camp! I think I am going to copy Hello Creative Family’s project and make a few camping coasters for her stocking.
Love Create Celebrate is one of the coolest Boss Babes I know, and these coasters are just perfect!
My Aunt is a bird watcher, and she is getting a new house soon. I’m going to make the same ones Crafting in the Rain made to give my Aunt as a housewarming gift.
I just love this modern twist on holiday designs from Crafted Sparrow!
Each year, since my second son was just a baby, my boys have worn coordinating Christmas pajamas on Christmas Eve. As they grew, it got harder to find big kid and little kid jammies that matched. So, I made them custom shirts to match coordinating jammie bottoms. It’s one of my favorite holiday traditions, even if they do all think they are too old to still match.
Artsy-Fartsy Mama makes a whole Christmas Eve box with jammies and matching slippers, and I kinda love it!
Y’all The Celebration Shoppe is light years ahead of me…She bought regular jammies and customized them! She’s a genius!
Frog Prince Paperie is making her kids dreams come true this season with matching holiday jammies. The sweetest, right?
Sookie Designs used an Infusible Ink shirt to make her little ones’ holiday sleepwear. And, unlike me, she didn’t just give them a shirt and tell them it was jammies. Y’all she sewed jammies!
Holiday packaging is almost as important as the gift itself. We carefully pick out wrapping paper and gift bags for each of our kids. But, I absolutely love the idea of each child getting their own Santa Sack full of gifts.
Something Turquoise made the most adorable Santa Sacks for her little ones!
This holiday gift bag from Fawn Parties is just so perfect for holiday gifting! Fill it with art supplies, lego sets, or whatever else your little one loves.
Who always forgets to buy holiday tags?! These tags from Giggles Galore takes care of that problem, and they are just as beautiful as they are useful!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.