Have you ever wanted to learn how to make a snow globe? I have some simple instructions for you today so grab those mason jars and make something extra fun! I love quick and easy crafts for the holiday and I hope you do as well. You could also make a few of these as gifts cause everyone loves a cute holiday decoration made with a mason jar.
Make snowman cupcakes for your holiday parties or just as an after-school snack once the weather turns cooler. These are the easiest thing ever to decorate and everyone will love how they look. Imagine an entire platter of these sent to school for a fun afternoon snack. Grab your supplies and make cupcakes that look like snowmen today.
Today’s post is all about how to use a heat press. I have talked quite a bit about the Cricut EasyPress but what are the other alternatives? One is buying a full-sized heat press. These machines are meant for home use but are more of an industrial machine. They heat press iron-on material to shirts, mugs, plates, hats, and more. I am going to run through how to use one today and then we will have another post about the pros and cons if you are wondering what type of machine to purchase.
I love giving mason jar Christmas gifts. It can, however, be hard to come up with unique ideas when giving gifts in a jar year after year. This year why not top your jars with snow globes then add whatever you want to the inside. They make the perfect jar gift idea and they are adorable to boot!
I thought I would share some table decoration ideas for both Thanksgiving and Christmas today. I am going to use the same elements for both tables with just a few additions. That way you can shop once and have the supplies you need to decorate your table for both holidays. Then, as a bonus, you will only have one set of supplies to store at the end of the season! You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post where I have a gift card giveaway that you can use to purchase your supplies as well. This post is sponsored by Bindle and Brass, however, all projects and opinions are my own.
This post is sponsored by Kohl’s. I was paid for this post and received the included home goods as compensation.
If you have guests coming this holiday season, you might just need these guest room ideas to keep them comfortable. I have everything you need to know to host your guests in style. It is best to start now so your guest room is ready when the holidays come. If you are anything like me, you need all the holiday prep time you can get!
Christmas bark is the perfect quick and easy no-bake treat for the holiday season. You can whip up a batch in minutes and your kids will absolutely love it. The reindeer theme of this version is one I really love. Y’all enjoy and make a big batch cause you are going to want to give some of this cute Christmas bark to family and friends as gifts as well.
Make a baby Christmas outfit with your Cricut machine in minutes. I am showing you how below plus sharing the link for the cute cut file. The best part? I also have information on how to win a Cricut EasyPress bundle to make your iron-on projects so much easier! Yes, you are going to love this one!
Make baby’s first Christmas ornament with this free SVG file that can then be used with your Cricut or any other cutting machine. Cut the file from vinyl and apply to the front of any Christmas ornament. I also have 15 other free SVG files that are perfect for Christmas at the bottom of this post so don’t miss those as well!
Make some rustic Christmas ornaments for your tree with wooden spools. This is a simple DIY project that will only take you minutes to make. Your country Christmas tree will never look better! The secret lies with a few products that make a rustic finish easily in just minutes. You will love the results! This one was originally posted over on the Darice blog where I am a paid contributor but I am posting it here in case you missed it.
I have been getting several questions on the Cricut EasyPress versus EasyPress 2. Which is best? What are the differences? Which should you put on your Christmas list? I have all of those answers and so much more! Read on then put this awesome machine on your wishlist this holiday season.
Today I wanted to share with you a tutorial on how to make Christmas ornaments from clay. If you have not used oven-bake clay, you are in for a treat! It is a super forgiving medium and makes cute ornaments like these easily. You are sure to get hooked after you use it just one time. This post is sponsored by Sculpey, however, all projects and opinions are my own.
I thought I would share a super simple way to decorate Christmas cupcakes today. These Santa cupcakes are the perfect addition to your holiday table or a quick and easy treat for those class parties. I absolutely love decorating just about anything with Santa’s belt and belly so these are right up my alley.
I love a sweet Christmas gnome. You know the Scandinavian gnomes that come out at Christmas. There is nothing better than a cute little nose peeking out from a long full beard and a big bold hat that adds a touch of whimsy. I think that they go beautifully with farmhouse decor, especially when they are clothed in buffalo check! This year I decided to make some of my own and knew that I had to share the process with you.
You can make a red truck with Christmas tree ornament in just minutes with a few supplies. I love adding trucks with trees to my Christmas decor! I add them to my mantel and, of course, my Christmas tree. If you love the look as well, you will want to make one or more of these ornaments! After all, you can’t go wrong with a red truck with a Christmas tree. This one was originally posted over at Darice where I am a paid contributor but I thought I would post it here in case you missed it.
All week we have been sharing Cricut ideas that are perfect for Christmas and other December holidays with the help of our blog partners for this series. I thought I would round up the entire thing in one place for you just in case you missed any of the fun. After all, who couldn’t use more Cricut ideas? So, let the holiday crafting commence and fire up your Cricut machine!
Make your favorite little one this baby Christmas onesie with your Cricut machine in just minutes. This quick and easy project is perfect for those that want to add a little something funny to their baby’s wardrobe. If you have not used iron-on before, I highly recommend giving it a try! You can also scroll to the bottom of this post and see our other ideas from Cricut holiday week!
Paper Christmas ornaments are so easy to make and they are gorgeous once you add details with the scoring wheel. I actually did a post yesterday with an ornament that was made from scored mat board. But, y’all, the scoring wheel has become my new BFF. There are so many possibilities with this thing! Don’t forget to scroll to the bottom of this post and see all of the other Cricut crafts from this week’s series. You don’t want to miss ’em!
Frame ornaments are my fave! Adding pictures to the Christmas tree is a fun way to bring back those memories year after year. I thought I would make a version for Cricut Holiday week this week. And you are going to love them! Read on to see how to make these frame ornaments with a score line for added detail. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post to see even more Cricut holiday posts from our blog partners for this series.
A custom notebook makes a great gift idea and they are super easy to make with your Cricut machine and some iron-on. I just couldn’t leave Cricut Holiday week without a gift idea. I love giving handmade for the holidays and with projects like these it is super simple to do so. This one was originally posted over at Darice where I am a paid contributor but I thought I would post it here in case you missed it. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post where there are even more Cricut holiday posts for you to enjoy!
I am kicking off Cricut holiday week with some handmade ornaments that you will want to make for your tree. All week this week we are sharing fun Cricut projects that you can make for your holiday decor. If you want to see all of the ideas, be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post. First, however, you need instructions for making these adorable (and easy!) handmade ornaments.