Cricut’s Ultimate DIY Holiday Gift Guide Part 2

dd5a5417-bf39-4bbf-ae8f-934ca2638874In the Cricut Ultimate DIY Holiday Gift Guide, we showed you great gifts for the home and the cook, like pillows, wall art, and culinary goodies (if you missed it, go here). Now you’ve got some gearhead brothers, nephews addicted to their devices, of course, and a sister who shops till she drops. Check out these personalized DIY gifts that no one, and we mean no one, will ever find at the mall.


CRICUT TIP: If you’re at the mall and trying to imagine a design on a T-shirt, tote, or tablet case –download the Cricut Design Space app on your phone and use the camera feature to overlay a design from the image library.

Device Design

These days, everyone has a tablet or a smartphone. Teens especially love decals to decorate their cases. Have fun with these cool designs:

From left to right: Phone Case Vintage Keys, Hello Phone Case, Seahorse Table Case, United States Case, Pineapple Phone CasePolka Dot Flamingo Case,  Polka Dot Heart Phone Case,  Hello Sunshine Tablet Case


And for those that enjoy old-fashioned “journaling,” explore these beautiful journals you can personalize.

From left to right: Doily Notebook and Arrow, Brilliant Ideas NotebookThree Black Notebooks, Octopus Notebook, Flower BinderJust a Note


For the Fashionista

Our Clothing and Accessories sections on Cricut Design Space feature a closetful of ideas from sweatshirts and leggings to handbags and jewelry (monogram central). And to-die-for tote bags! The following projects make perfect gifts for teens, mom, and of course your besties.

From left to right: Faux Leather Earrings, DIY Leather Earrings, Leather Triangle Necklace, Monogram Sweatshirt, I Love You Lounge PantsMonogram Pencil Pouch(or make-up bag), Monogram ClutchWood Veneer Feather Earrings

Backpack and Tote Bags

From left to right: Southwest Backpack, Heart of Gold Tote, Aztec Stencil ToteChevron Tote 

Kid and Baby Fashion

For the new baby in the family, we have the ultimate, personalized clothing and bib gifts. Start with any simple onesie or bib and explore these iron-on designs. For kids, we love these tees and leggings.


From left to right: Bowtie Bodysuit, Tie Baby Bib, Drip Drop Leggings, Sugar and Spice Baby Onesie

Cover photo of Amber Kemp-Gerstel from Damask Love

Let us know below which project you’ll be making first!

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