December 19th, 2017 • Contributor: Nessa Myers, Cricut Blog Support
One of the easiest ways to spread cheer this winter is to wear some holiday attire. Whether it's shirts, pajamas, socks or ugly sweaters, it's so easy to get creative and make your own with a Cricut. Try one of these ideas today!
Start With Hot Cocoa Socks
As the temperatures dip, my consumption of hot cocoa goes up exponentially. I fell instantly in love with these socks from Made by Melli. Hold a crafting party with like-minded friends and make some of these soon!
Be Inspired by Pop Culture
I was excited to see these shirts and pajamas inspired by two of my favorite Christmas movies. Every year I have to tune in as many times as I can to watch as Ralphie sticks his tongue to the flagpole in A Christmas Story, so making this "I Triple Dog Dare You" shirt from Doodlecraft is a must.
Don an Ugly Christmas Sweater
Ah, the ugly Christmas sweater has become a staple of the holiday, hasn't it? If you don't have any luck finding one of these treasures at a thrift shop (or want to just customize your own to tacky perfection), try one of these DIY versions:
- Meow-y Christmas from Crafting in the Rain
- Fluffy Cat with Hat from Laura's Crafty Life
- Reindeer Wreath from Albion Gould
Dress the Family in Christmas Pajamas
I've been doing the "Need, Want, Wear, Read" method of Christmas gifts for my girls. In the past, I've defaulted to matching sleeper pajamas, but how fun would it be to make custom ones for them? The matching set for child and doll from Becoming Martha is especially sweet. I also love the fun sets created by Made by Melli and See Lindsay.
Wear a Festive Christmas Shirt EVERYWHERE
I usually wear a T-shirt around the house and on the go, so I would definitely feel more in the Christmas spirit if I wore one of these fun designs:
- Don't Get Your Tinsel in a Tangle by Weekend Craft
- Hipster Rudolph by Hello Creative Family
- Three Christmas shirt ideas by 5 Little Monsters
- Holiday truck shirts by The Country Chic Cottage
- Christmas Cookie by Evey's Creations
- I'm on the Nice List by Merlot Mommy
Which one of these are you going to make?
Show us your holiday projects made with a Cricut Maker by using the hashtags #CricutMade and #CricutMaker!