December 22nd, 2017 • Contributor: Kayla Brasher from Kayla Makes
We're officially down to the wire. What does that even mean?? I have no idea, I just know I've heard it all of my life when something is reallllly close, and y'all, Christmas Day is REALLY close!
Don't freak out just yet though, you still have the weekend to finish up all of those last minute projects you've been putting off. I get it, I'm the world's best procrastinator too! That's why I put together this fun little list of last-minute holiday projects you can knock out in no time.
Okay, so.. Bev from Flamingo Toes is super talented and did all of this by hand but if you're anything like me, you aren't the best at cutting by hand. That's where the Cricut Maker comes in and saves the day. It cuts even the tiniest felt pieces with ease and precision so I have no doubt it would make this project a breeze!
Tea towels are one of those gifts that everyone loves because they're useful. Not to mention, SO quick and easy to create. This is the perfect project for a beginner! Grab some iron-on material and your Cricut Easy Press and you'll be done in under 20 minutes.
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I hope the red truck fad never ends. Just look at how Heather from Whipperberry added them to these adorable campfire mugs. Vinyl layering at its finest! Visit her post to watch how she layers vinyl with ease.
Gillian from Coastal Bride used her Cricut and some vinyl to create a gift that warms both your heart and your hands! Click over to find out how she created this cute hot cocoa bottle. Plus-- free cut file!
When you've covered decor inside the home and taken care of all the gifting, there is only one thing left to do. Create a festive doormat! Click over to the blog to see how I use my Cricut to create stencils for DIY doormats with every changing season.