3 Quick and Easy Christmas Decorations with Cricut
I spend a lot of time in Dollar Tree and they various thrift shops in my area. So therefore I have amassed a ton of supplies over the years and now vow (once again) to use them up! Of course I use my Cricut Maker for most of my projects. I hope you enjoy my 3 quick and easy Christmas decorations with Cricut.
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Christmas Decorations with Cricut
This project was too quick and easy!
Pretty sure everything but the stuffing and from Dollar Tree. First hot glue the snowman and tree in place.
Second glue the stuffing around the figures.
Replace top. It looks little plain so engage the Cricut Maker! Let it snow!
Transfer to the base and that makes it perfect!
So this project is super easy and cute! It certainly screams Christmas! All you need is a big glass container and an assortment of small ornaments.
Fill your contains arranging the babbles as you go.
Finish it off with a bow and place it!
Silent Night Holy Night
Lastly, I combined Cricut, Dollar Tree and on hand supplies to make a beautiful Christmas decoration.
It took 3 coats to cover the base of this thing! I used white acrylic paint.
Once it dried I made the Silent Night Holy Night design in Design Space. Cut it, weed it and transfer it being careful to center it on the base.
Now it’s time to hot glue the Dollar Tree bottle brush trees and sparkled church to the base.
Place some polyfil around the pieces and hot glue it in place.
It certainly turned out beautiful! Perfect!
Happy Christmas Crafting
So there you have my 3 quick and easy Christmas decoration with Cricut. Did you like them? Are you inspired to make something of your own? As always, I’d love to see photos of your projects or your thoughts on mine in the comments below.