3 December 2021
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Cozy up with some cocoa, grab your favorite materials, power on your Cricut machines, and get ready to make memorable homemade gifts this season with delightful holiday how-tos.

Sweater weather is better when we’re together, which is why we are personally inviting you to our virtual workshop to get making with us this month for three holiday how-tos.

Join Cricut Coach Nicolle on the Cricut page on Facebook for three homemade gift tutorials personalized for everyone on your list this season. She will share her best tips on how to make the top holiday Cricut Design Space projects. If you listen closely each week, you could even win something to put under your own tree. Watch each holiday how-to every week to hear the secret code word for a chance to win a Cricut Maker 3 during our final video. See Official Rules.

Recipe cutting board

December 10: Make a gift from the heart

Recipe cutting board décor

Have a cookie recipe that you make every season with your kiddos? Does great-grandma have a special casserole passed down from generation to generation? Always forget where you put that phenomenal stuffing recipe? This holiday how-to can’t be missed! Using the Automatic Background Remover tool in Cricut Design Space, turn that handwritten recipe into a literal work of art as we apply an iron-on recipe onto a wooden cutting board. Yup, you read that right. Iron-on…on wood! This sentimental gift is sure to bring tears of joy.

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Sweater mug

December 17: Make a gift to warm the soul

Sweater mug

Warm up the season by making a festive mug for all your hot cocoa sipping pleasure. Gift it to someone or gift it to yourself! We will share some of our top tips for working with Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets and your Cricut Mug Press.

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Stuffed Paper Stocking

December 21: Make a last-minute gift with a personal touch

Stuffed paper stocking

This paper stocking is ready to fill all your last-minute gifting needs. Need to make gifts for a classroom? Want to impress your coworkers at this year’s company party? Need some great last minute favors for your family get-together? This holiday how-to is just what you need! Using cardstock and iron-on, we will show you how to customize projects in Design Space and make these personalized gifts in no time!

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