DIY ornaments with your Cricut make great Christmas gifts and are such a fun way to get creative during the holiday season. You're going to love this collection of tutorials for Cricut Christmas Ornaments!
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Ok fellow crafters! It's time to break out your Cricut machine because we're going to make some amazing decorations this holiday season!
DIY Christmas ornaments can be made with clear glass balls, paper, chipboard, wood, felt and so much more. There are just so many creative ideas and different ways to make your own ornaments.
Many of these designs use cut files, which my blogger friends and I are giving you for free! You're going to love these free Christmas SVGs.
DIY Cricut Christmas Ornaments
Wood Circle Ornaments Cricut Craft from Juggling Act Mama - all you need are some inexpensive embellishments from your local dollar store, wood slice ornaments, and some vinyl to make these pretty ornaments. The SVG file is included as a free download in the tutorial.
How to Put Vinyl on Ornaments from Juggling Act Mama - there are so many great vinyl ornament projects, but sometimes it can be used to dress up Christmas crafts. I love the way these wooden Christmas ornaments look! These are actually the back of the ornament... check out our Wood Photo Ornaments for more info!
Paper Mache Ornaments Cricut Craft from Juggling Act Mama - this is an easy project for a beginner and a creative family activity you can do together. Plus it's great for using up leftover scrapbook paper.
Galvanized Christmas Ornaments from Juggling Act Mama - made with a little bit of vinyl and transfer tape, these easy ornaments are perfect for any rustic or farmhouse decor. They also make great reusable gift tags!
DIY Glitter Ornaments from Ruffles and Rainboots - plain glass ornaments get dressed up with glitter paint and then vinyl is added to customize these lovely ornaments. This tutorial includes SVG files.
Winter Felt Ornaments from Albion Gould - how adorable are these felt ornaments? They remind me of ornaments from my grandmother's house and how much fun we had decorating her tree. I just love the hand-stitch details. I'm off to find Cricut felt now!
Paper Snow Globe Ornaments from The Soccer Mom Blog - this sweet project will be a treasured keepsake for years to come. Imagine making a set for your parents of all their grandchildren? How sweet! I mean this is one seriously adorable DIY Christmas ornament.
Christmas Gift Tags from Brooklyn Active Mama - while these are gift tags, I think that they'd be gorgeous on the Christmas tree, too! Nellie has provided the template over on her website, so check it out!
DIY Wooden Ornaments from Anika's DIY Life - These 3D ornaments are made using basswood, and a little patience. It will take 14 passes for the Cricut to cut through, then you can decorate them with paint, stain, or even holographic vinyl. These are just such amazing ornaments!
DIY Vinyl Christmas Ornaments from Julie Measures - to make these cute ornaments you only need ceramic ball ornaments, metallic vinyl, and transfer paper. These Cricut Christmas Ornaments are great for those that are beginner Cricut users.
Etched Glass & Vinyl Ornaments from Happiness is Homemade - this etched ornament looks like it came from a boutique, but Heidi says each ornament only costs about $2.50 to make!
Glitter Unicorn Ornaments from Brooklyn Barry Designs - these whimsical ornaments are just gorgeous. And let's be honest - what magic-loving child doesn't want a unicorn on their Christmas tree??
Yarn Laced Snowflake Ornaments from Albion Gould - let your Cricut do the hard part to cut out the snowflake shape. Then, get the whole family involved with the fun part - 'sewing' the yarn onto the snowflake. Isn't it pretty?
Grinch Hand Christmas Ornament from 3 Boys and a Dog - If you love the Grinch, then this ornament project is for you. Merry Grinchmas, indeed! This tutorial includes the SVG files as well as the instructions to make the ornament with the hand and arm.
Cute Woodland Animal Wood Slice Ornaments from Ruffles and Rainboots - grab some glitter vinyl and get ready to make these adorable wood slice ornaments. These handmade ornaments make great gifts for teachers, family, and friends.
Retro Cut Paper Ornaments from Hey Let's Make Stuff - can you even believe these are made with paper? Cori has the full tutorial on her blog on how to make your own 3D paper ornaments using her free SVG files and your Cricut Maker. I'm just in awe of these paper-cut ornaments!
Letter Christmas Ornament from It Happens in a Blink - Talk about elegant! The Cricut Maker with the knife blade glides through chipboard to create these stunning ornaments. The bow on top of the ornament adds a little glam, don't you think? Melanie guides you through the step-by-step tutorial in Cricut Design Space so you can make your own beautiful ornaments.
More Cricut Holiday Ornaments
- Grapevine Wreath Ornaments with Christmas SVG File from Color Me Crafty
- Shrinky Dink Snowflake Ornaments from Happiness is Homemade
- Personalized Christmas Truck Ornament from Lydi Out Loud
- DIY Rudolph Ornament from Angie Holden
- Acrylic Cricut Christmas Ornaments from Leap of Faith Crafting
- 3D Paper Ornament from 100 Directions
Holiday Gift Ideas
Here are some other Cricut Christmas projects that are great gift ideas for the holidays:
- Cricut DIY Dried Herb Mason Jars - these are perfect for the gardeners in your life.
- Glitter Iron-on Mermaid Shirt DIY - every little mermaid needs one of these.
- Cricut Picture Frame for Dad - so easy to make and the best addition to Dad's workspace.
- Sleep Masks DIY with Iron-on Vinyl - teens and tweens will love these!
More Holiday Cricut Projects
If you're a crafting fan, you have to check out our Holiday Cricut Projects with Christmas craft ideas for holiday decor, gifts, and more!
After all, using your Cricut for Christmas crafts is a great way to save money around the holidays.