December 3rd, 2018 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team
Every year I declare that I am going to DIY All.The.Presents. Fast forward to where I realize that Christmas is around the corner and I have run out of time. This year, though, I am optimistic because there are some pretty awesome projects from Cricut Community members. Ones like the socks and the oven mitts look especially good since they are awesome, but can be done last-minute if needed.
Looking for a gift for your favorite sewist? Jennifer made this lovely sewing shadow box using etching. It's pretty simple overall: cut out a stencil, place on your glass, add the cream, then rinse away after a few minutes and remove the vinyl. Ta-da!
Click to Make: Etched Sewing Shadow Box
I have been seeing a lot of these fun custom socks this year, and Jessica designed some pretty fun versions. The hardest part will be choosing which one to make!
Click to Make: I'm Reading Socks
Click to Make: Foot Rub Socks
Click to Make: Diet Coke Socks
Click to Make: Done Socks
Click to Make: Taco Socks
Does someone on your list have a Cricut Maker? I've been loving the tool and blade holders that our Community members have been creating, and I plan to make this one by Linda for myself.
Click to Make: Circular Cricut Tool Holder
April made this sewing pattern that can be used in different ways depending on how you size it. A small one could be a toy for your dog. Make it larger and it can be a comfy neck pillow for travel or just resting at home.
Click to Make: Dog Toy or Neck Pillow
Super simple gifts by Audra that are great for neighbors, teachers and more. You can find these at dollar stores, even, and then add a whisk, spatula, treat mix or other fun baking items.
Click to Make: Oven Mitts