Christmas is going to be here before we know it. So, there’s no better time than now to start planning for gifting, decorating, and celebrating. There’s also not a better time to pull out your Cricut or Silhouette and put it to good use! Cutting machines are awesome and can help you to create amazing decor, personalized gifts, and so much more!
The possibilities of Christmas Cricut & Silhouette gifts & ideas are endless! You can create Christmas signs to decorate your home. Use your machines to make personalized Christmas gifts. And of course, you can use your cutter to create your own unique holiday apparel. The list goes on and on.
I’ve gathered a HUGE list of easy Christmas Cricut & Silhouette ideas you can make using your cutter. There are over 100 Christmas ideas to make with your machine! Not only are there step-by-step instructions for all of these projects, but you can also get the SVG file I used in each project for free (click on each project for more details). These DIY Christmas Gifts & Decorations are sure to put you in the holiday spirit faster than anything else can, and they’re fun too! So, dust off that machine put on a Christmas movie, and let’s start crafting!
DIY Christmas Cricut & Silhouette Gifts
Christmas is a wonderful time of year to start up some creative projects for the holidays! Here are a few Cricut & Silhouette Christmas gifts that you can make right at home using your cutting machine. They are all quick and easy to make – perfect for last-minute holiday gift-giving!
DIY Wood Burned Christmas Spoon
Learn how to use a vinyl stencil and a wood-burning tool to make your own wood-burned Christmas spoons.
Snowman Gift Mug
Fill this mug with some hot chocolate and peppermint sticks and you’ve got a quick and easy gift for neighbors, teachers, and friends.
DIY Personalized Christmas Elves
DIY Hot Cocoa Gift Box
I just love how this Hot Cocoa Gift Box turned out. It’s a great gift for family, friends, neighbors, teachers, and more!
DIY Christmas Stovetop Potpourri Jar
Hot Chocolate Gift Mug
Use your Cricut to dress up a plain mug and turn it into a super cute holiday gift!
DIY Christmas Peek-a-Boo Mason Jars
Mason jar projects are super popular and this is just a quick and easy way to dress them up for Christmas. These jars make great gifts when you fill them with candy or layered mason jar recipes.
DIY Wood Burned Christmas Cutting Board
This is such a fun and unique project idea. You’ll use your Cricut to cut out a vinyl stencil. Then, you’ll use a wood-burning tool to burn the design right into the cutting board.
Stenciled Christmas Dish Towel
These Christmas dish towels are easy to make and are great for your own home and they make great gifts for family, friends, and neighbors.
Quick & Easy Christmas Oven Mitt Gift Set
DIY Easy Christmas Treat Boxes
Quick & Easy Tootsie Pop Reindeer Favors
Etched Glass Christmas Cookie Jar
Easy Christmas Gift Tags
DIY Christmas & Silhouette Cricut Countdown & Advent Projects
Your kids will love to track the days down as they prepare for Christmas, and you’ll love that these cute countdown calendars are simple to make. Christmas is a time for family and spending quality time together so there’s no excuse not to have everyone helping out with your DIY advent calendar countdown!
Magnetic Christmas Tree Countdown Sign
Use your Cricut to cut out the vinyl to transform a plain cookie sheet into this adorable Christmas countdown sign.
DIY Chalkboard Christmas Countdown Sign
The black rectangle on this sign is painted with chalkboard paint, so it works just like a mini chalkboard. Just write the countdown day with a piece of chalk and erase it with a cloth or paper towel when you’re ready to write the next one!
DIY Christmas Tree Countdown w/Ornaments
This Christmas Tree countdown sign is so cute! Use the die-cut ornaments to countdown the days to Christmas
DIY Cookie Sheet Christmas Countdown Sign
Turn a cookie sheet into a Christmas countdown sign with some spray paint and vinyl!
DIY Christmas Countdown Flipchart
How about a flip-style chart to countdown to Christmas? This one is made with cardstock and a few simple wood supplies!
DIY Star Garland Christmas Countdown
It’s always fun to give the kids (or adults) a little treat as they count down the days to Christmas. These 3-d stars are perfect for holding something sweet.
DIY Christmas Tree Countdown Sign
How cute is that little gnome that helps you countdown the days until Christmas?
Chalkboard Christmas Countdown Pallet Sign
This countdown sign is made with chalkboard vinyl so you can write in the days with a piece of chalk. I love that it doubles as a cute decoration!
Round Christmas Countdown Sign
This fun Christmas countdown sign works kind-of like a clock. You just rotate the hand each day as you get closer to Christmas.
DIY Mini Christmas Countdown Sign
DIY Christmas Countdown Sign
Dry Erase Christmas Countdown Sign
Use your Cricut to cute this cute design out of dry erase vinyl. It makes counting down the days until Christmas super easy!
Easy Magnetic Christmas Countdown Sign
This is one of the easiest countdown signs you will ever make. You just need a few supplies, along with your Cricut to create this quick and easy countdown sign!
DIY Chalkboard Christmas Countdown Sign
Kids can count down how many sleeps are left until the big day arrives. This sign is easy to use, all the kids have to do is draw an X over each number with a piece of chalk.
DIY Christmas Countdown Pillow
This pillow is made with heat transfer vinyl (aka HTV), The coolest part is the black HTV is chalkboard HTV. Isn’t that awesome?
Magnetic Christmas Countdown Sign
I like this kind of countdown calendar because the numbers are already in place. All you have to do is move the cute magnet from day to day. Plus, it makes a cute Christmas decoration to hang on your wall.
DIY Christmas Countdown Block
Laser-cut wood ornaments are incorporated into this countdown sign and I just LOVE how it turned out.
Christmas Countdown Sign
If you want a countdown sign that will hold a little toy or treat, this is the one for you! It will look great all season long and can be used year after year!
DIY Rustic Christmas Countdown Sign
This rustic Christmas countdown sign is a unique spin on the traditional countdown sign. It’s perfect for a farmhouse-style Christmas!
DIY Christmas Tree Countdown Sign
Framed signs are incredibly popular right now. Usually, you’ll see quotes and sayings, but this tutorial shows how to create a framed Christmas tree countdown sign!
DIY Christmas Countdown House
This Christmas countdown house turned out to be my favorite countdown project!
Easy Mini Christmas Countdown Blocks
This Countdown project is cute and little so it can go just about anywhere in your house.
Easy Dry Erase Christmas Countdown Plate
Since it’s a dry erase countdown, you can actually make it on a variety of surfaces. I chose to use a plate, but you could also make one with an empty picture frame, a mirror, a whiteboard, or any other surface that can use dry erase markers.
Chalkboard Christmas Countdown Sign
Make a vinyl stencil with your Cricut. Then, use chalk markers to create the fun countdown design!
DIY Christmas Cricut & Silhouette Decorations
These Cricut & Silhouette Christmas decorations are quick and easy to make. They’re great for your home, office, and even make great gifts. And since these are all DIY Projects, you can customize the size and color to match your decor needs.
3D Lighted Winter Shadow Box
DIY Lighted Christmas Tree Glass Bottle
Easy Nativity Scene Glass Tile
Floating Ornament with Nativity
DIY Framed Wood Christmas Sign
DIY Wooden Christmas Village
I love the look of these natural wood houses with the white vinyl lettering.
DIY Wood Slat Christmas Tree Sign
DIY Christmas Pizza Pan Sign
Decorative Christmas Cutting Board
DIY Burned Christmas Cork Trivet
Christmas Mason Jar Candle Holder
Turn a plain Dollar Tree mason jar into a super cute Christmas decoration. These mason jars are great for your own home decorating and they also make great gifts.
Easy Rustic Christmas Tree Candles
Quick & Easy Christmas Charger Plate
DIY Lighted Christmas Pallet Sign
This super cute pallet sign looks adorable during the day and even better at night when it’s all lit up!
DIY Easy Christmas Pallet Sign
DIY Mini Christmas Signs
DIY Easy Arabesque Tile Ornaments
Stenciled Christmas Wood Slice
Stacked Wood Christmas Tree Sign
DIY Christmas Centerpiece Box
Quick & Easy Christmas Bunting Sign
DIY Christmas Door Hanger
Vertical Christmas Sign with Wreath
DIY Christmas Directional Sign
DIY Mason Jar Christmas Tea Light Holders
DIY Faux Christmas Book Stack
DIY Wood Slice Christmas Ornaments
DIY Cookies for Santa Plate
Quick & Easy Christmas Kitchen Dish Towels
DIY Jingle Bell Shadow Box
The vinyl on the sign is etched glass vinyl. It’s sparkly and a little bit transparent (the camera doesn’t do it justice). It’s so pretty and makes the glass look etched without all the work of etching cream.
DIY Etched Glass Santa Plate
This project is a fun alternative to vinyl…it’s glass etching! I love etching projects. They always turn out so pretty and people are absolutely amazed it’s a DIY project.
DIY Glitter Christmas Canvas
I love the look of glitter HTV, it is SO pretty! I also love it when I can use it on non-apparel items, like this sign.
DIY Heat Embossed Christmas Wood Slice
I love embossing, I love the extra dimension and shine it adds to a project.
DIY Ornament Christmas Tree Sign
With just a little bit of paint, glue, and vinyl, this project can be completed in under 30 minutes!
DIY Personalized Letter to Santa Sign
This project is so cute because you can use your Cricut to personalize it with your own name and address. How fun is that?
Dollar Tree Makeover: Easy Mini Christmas Signs
Cut out Christmas sayings with your Cricut to make these cute mini signs. They are great for gift giving or to display in your own home.
DIY Stenciled Christmas Doormat
I love making holiday-themed doormats! They are such a fun way to dress up your front porch. This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to use your Cricut to make your own Christmas doormat!
DIY Embroidery Hoop Christmas Ornaments
The DIY ornaments are super popular right now and are so easy to make with your Cricut machine. You can customize them with any phrase or image you choose!
DIY Christmas Garden Flag
The glitter HTV is so pretty on this garden flag and looks amazing when the sun is shining on it.
DIY Sign for Santa’s Magic Key
DIY Easy Christmas Blocks
These blocks are so cute and really inexpensive to make, especially if you have scrap wood laying around. They are great for gift giving or to use for your own holiday decor.
Jenga Christmas Ornaments
DIY Christmas Door Hanger
This door hanger is easy to make and is a fun way to dress up your door for the holiday season.
DIY Glitter Reindeer Pallet Sign
This pretty sign is made with glitter heat transfer vinyl. Did you know you can put glitter heat transfer vinyl on wood? Well, you can and it looks amazing.
DIY Glitter Christmas Shadow Box
This Christmas shadow box is easy to make and turned out so pretty!
DIY Framed Christmas Wreath
This is a great project if you love weeding vinyl. It takes a bit of time to make, but the results are totally worth it!
DIY Christmas Tree Farm Sign
These tree farm signs are so popular right now and such a fun decoration to have for Christmas, especially when you can personalize it with your own family name.
DIY Christmas Joy Sign w/Jingle Bell
Here is another quick and easy project to make with your Cricut. That hanging jingle bell is just too cute.
DIY Rustic Christmas Sign
The rustic frame and the mini wreath complete this sign so perfectly. And the best part is that it is really easy to make!
Make your own Christmas Doormat
Another customized holiday doormat!
DIY Lighted Christmas Canvas
I like using canvas for projects because the canvas is already stretched and ready to use. There’s no cutting or sanding to be done before you can get started on the fun part!
Easy Christmas Wood Slice
I’m loving how this Christmas decoration turned it. It’s so natural, but it looks so elegant!
DIY Christmas Card & Photo Holder
This is a great project because not only is it functional (it displays your Christmas cards & photos), but it also makes a cute decoration for the holidays.
Hinged Christmas Block Sign
This hinged Christmas block sign is a unique spin on a tradition wood sign. It turned out so cute!
Lighted Christmas Shadow Box
Shadow boxes are great for vinyl. They allow you to create a 3-dimensional design by adding vinyl to the glass and then placing other items (like ornaments, bells, etc) behind the glass.
Framed Mini Christmas Canvas Signs
These mini signs are so cute and so easy to make. Skip the hassle of painting wood signs and use mini canvases and heat transfer vinyl (HTV) instead.
Etched Holiday Candle Holder
Have you ever used etching cream before? If you haven’t, you need to try it! You can use it with vinyl stencils and create all kinds of awesome projects!
Lighted Christmas Glass Block
Learn how to make a lighted Christmas glass block. Glass blocks are so pretty. If you add vinyl and lights, you’ve got a gorgeous decoration that only takes a few minutes to create.
Infusible Ink Christmas Pillow
Easy Reindeer Pillow
This cute reindeer pillow takes just minutes to make, but looks so amazing!
DIY Christmas Wood Tray
Learn how to make this Christmas wood tray. It’s a cute decoration but also functions as a cute tray for cookies or drinks.
DIY Christmas Porch Sign
Porch signs are super popular right now and are a great way to dress up your holiday porch.
DIY Christmas Cricut Apparel
DIY Gnome Christmas T-Shirt
Make your own Christmas t-shirt with your Cricut and heat transfer vinyl!
Easy-Weed Grunge Christmas T-Shirt
Easy Faux Leather Christmas Earrings
Heat Embossed Christmas Apron
Use your Cricut to cut out a stencil to use with embossing powder to create this one-of-a-kind Christmas Apron.
DIY Christmas T-Shirt
Make your own custom Christmas t-shirt with Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV). I love using HTV. It’s easy to cut, easy to peel, and it makes the finished project look so professional!
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