It's Christmas again!
Are you looking for gift ideas to use vinyl or iron to make this holiday season? Or do you want some DIY Christmas decor and decoration ideas?
It is difficult to find the perfect Christmas gift for a crafter. Those crafty ladies who use Silhouette machines or CriCut vinyl cutters would love to get vinyl and craft-related gifts, right?
If you need a gift that will stand out to your crafty wife, girlfriend, sister, mother or friend and coworkers, then you have come to the right place.
If you are the wife, girlfriend, sister, mother or friend who uses vinyl cutters, then we suggest you pass this list to someone who may need help in order to buy the perfect gift for you!
You can customize many different things with adhesive vinyl or iron-on.
1. Christmas Calendar
This Christmas calendar is made using HTVRont black adhesive vinyl.
We found an unused old photo frame, put brown wood behind it, and put black adhesive vinyl on the board. good results! Obviously, the most important part is that we can set the number of days until Christmas.
Maybe it can bring a fun early Christmas present, but besides that, it can also cheer for Christmas at home!
2. Window Decals
The following window decals are made using HTVRont white adhesive vinyl.
Making these vinyl decals during Christmas have brought me a lot of fun, and now I have found a way to prevent three-year-olds from peeling them off!
For babies born last year, this Christmas baby onesie is a perfect gift idea!
It was made using HTVRont Glitter HTV, because who doesn't want to sparkle at Christmas? The glitter iron-on bundle that I used can be found here on our website.
4. DIY Christmas Placemats
I used HTVRont Heat Transfer Vinyl and Silhouette Cameo 3 for cutting.
These placemats would make a lovely addition to your Christmas home decor!
5. Vinyl Christmas Ornaments
Personalized gifts are always popular and easy to make. The decorations below are made with Cricut Joy and are a super easy DIY project. Just make sure that the adhesive side of the vinyl shows the same beautiful pattern as the front to see through such a decoration.
The decorations are so fun, we can't stop! They are a lovely addition to everyone's holiday decorations without breaking the bank.
6. Christmas reverse canvas
This Cricut Reverse Canvas project is a type of exquisite handmade Christmas gift.
From painting the frame and canvas to cutting and applying vinyl, a lot of work is involved, but this particular work will last a long time.
I used vinyl HTVRont Iron On Vinyl for this project, but something like Oracal 651 also works well!
7. Decorative Christmas Plate
The idea for our next Christmas project is the "Merry Christmas" decorative board.
I used adhesive vinyl and transfer tape, and cut the design with cricut maker.
This is really a lovely and cheap gift!
This is another super cute and cheap gift you can make for all your friends and family!
We used Cricut Design Space to cut some vinyl holiday decals and transfer them to the cup easily.
This gift idea can be used not only for Christmas, but also for Valentine's Day, Thanksgiving and more!
9. Custom Christmas Kitchenware
Cricut vinyl labels can be applied to any items!
To get a very good kitchen pantry, like the tea and coffee canisters, grab a free SVG, cut it out and apply it, it's very simple.
In this way, you can easily personalize blank Christmas stockings with heat transfer vinyl.
I used Siser EasyWeed, Silhouette Cameo 3 and a heat press to customize Christmas stockings.
11. Personalized Starbucks Tumbler
You can buy this Starbucks tumbler on Etsy, but if you have a Cricut cutting machine, you can easily personalize it yourself!
Buy yourself some blank Starbucks tumblers and adhesive vinyl, and customize it!
There are several different Christmas sign ideas using vinyl.
I used Silhouette for these projects and Oracal 651 vinyl to get the best adhesion. This video will give you some ideas for other projects you can create with these materials.
Another really simple Cricut Christmas project – kids sweatshirt with HTV transfer. One can easily buy something like this from a store, but it adds so much and it can be said that you made it yourself. Make Custom tops for all nieces and nephews this Christmas!
14. Christmas T-shirt
Use transfer paper to make Christmas T-shirts! There are many cute designs to choose from, with beautiful snowflakes, Santa Claus or monograms.
Avery transfer paper can be applied with an iron, EasyPress or a regular heat press machine. You only need to print the clip art onto the transfer paper and press it!