Things to make for the Kitchen this Christmas with Cricut

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FAMILY CHRISTMAS PROJECTS FOR THE KITCHEN WITH CRICUT

Christmas Kitchen Crafts with Cricut

Tis the season to spend time in the kitchen! As Christmas approaches thoughts turn to baking, cookie exchange parties, pies and all the traditional foods for the holiday season.

There are so many ways to add to the season when you are crafty.

Make Christmas aprons, potholders and holiday tea towels. Decorate cookie jars, make paper garland and make fun Christmas signs.

If you always have lots of cooks in the kitchen at Christmas why not give everyone an apron so they can pitch in! The self-designated taste tester will love an apron just for them. There are designs for the cleaning crew, the bakers and more.


In this video I’ll give you 7 ideas you can make from just one bundle of designs and that you can personalize with names. From Christmas Aprons to personalized potholders, decorate mixing bowls, make print and cut stickers and even make a Christmas dog bandana.

I’ll show you in detail how to etch metal and make a Christmas scraper as well as how to add a monogram to a wooden spoon with Diablos Touch Wood Burning Gel.


🎯 SHORTCUTS TO SPECIFIC TOPICS:

00:00 Things to make for Christmas Cookie Baking with Cricut
00:02 Introduction
01:24 Personalized Apron
01:56 Personalized Potholder
02:27 Personalized Mixing Bowl

03:38 Christmas Dog Bandana
04:20 Print and Cut Stickers
05:16 How to Etch Metal
13:19 Wood Burning on a Spoon
20:00 Design Bundle link


In this video you will learn how easy it is to make Christmas aprons for all your Christmas cooking and baking with HTV (heat transfer vinyl) and a Cricut, Silhouette Cameo or other cutting machine. You can personalize them with names or make the aprons with the sayings only so anyone can use them.

This will be one of those extra touches your cookie baking team, Christmas pie baking helpers or Christmas party helpers will always remember.

🎯 SHORTCUTS TO SPECIFIC TOPICS:

00:00 Make Christmas Aprons with HTV
00:04 Supply List
00:07 Project Intro
00:42 Decide size of design
01:22 Line up design on apron

01:46 Check heat settings for your press
02:50 Tips to press multiple colors of HTV at ones
03:07 Line up with Centering Ruler
04:45 Heat Pressing HTV
06:38 Make Stickers with Cricut or Silhouette


(There is a separate video for each)

I will walk you through how to size the stickers, add names and the settings you need if you want to have them cut out of the sticker paper as separate stickers (full cut vs. kiss cut).

If you will have lots of people in the kitchen this Christmas season why not add a little something extra with personalized stickers!

These designs are perfect for aprons or shirts too but the most economical way to use them is to print and cut stickers.

🎯 SHORTCUTS TO SPECIFIC TOPICS:

00:00 Make Christmas Aprons with HTV
00:04 Supply List
00:07 Project Intro
00:42 Decide size of design
01:22 Line up design on apron

01:46 Check heat settings for your press
02:50 Tips to press multiple colors of HTV at ones
03:07 Line up with Centering Ruler
04:45 Heat Pressing HTV
06:38 Make Stickers with Cricut or Silhouette

🎯 SHORTCUTS TO SPECIFIC TOPICS:

00:00 Make Christmas Baking Stickers with Silhouette Cameo
00:23 Add PNG files to Silhouette
02:17 Add name in Silhouette Software
03:39 Organizing layers

04:24 Creating Cut Lines
05:42 Line up images and cut lines
06:24 Send to Printer
06:53 Load Sticker Paper into Silhouette
07:12 Send Cut lines to Silhouette


There are so many things you can make for Christmas with your cutting machine – these are just a few and only focus on the kitchen!

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Wishing you a happy, healthy and fun filled holiday season.

πŸŽ…πŸ» Tara Reed

P.S. Is there a sewing tutorial you’d love to see? Leave me a comment and I’ll add it to my idea list!

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