Looking for DIY embellishments, gift toppers or wrapping ideas? I put together a few of my very favorite handmade holiday gift wrapping ideas all made with my Cricut Maker!
My love language is gift giving so this time of year is my all time favorite! The way the gift is wrapped is almost just as fun as the gift inside. I have here a few of my very favorite gift wrap ideas all using the Cricut Maker. You can use the rotary blade, knife blade and standard blade as well as materials from fake leather to velvet. Everyone will find SOMETHING they love here.
Let’s start off my roundup with a brand new project!
1. DIY Gift Wrap Stamp
What you need for your DIY gift wrap stamp
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Start by cutting out this cut file. The Christmas trees are for the foam. I did multiple layers so I was sure not to get my hands wet with paint! The chipboard was so I could hold it a little easier. You will load the chipboard when the circle is cutting.
Once everything is cut, you will hot glue each of the pieces together.
Pour out a small bit of your preferred color of paint onto a paper plate and dip your stamp into the paint.
Decorate to your hearts content!
2. Engraved Chipboard Gift Tags
This project was one I created on a whim, wondering if the scoring wheel could engrave the chipboard. Spoiler alert; it did. Check out the full tutorial here.
3. DIY Beaded Keychain
This isn’t SPECIFICALLY for gifts but I’m using these as gift toppers this year. Practical and pretty, eh? Full tutorial is here.
4. Velvet Leaf Gift Toppers
I was trying to do something, but ended up with this instead. I fell madly in love with this project though. It turned out so pretty! I wanted to make a million. See the tutorial for velvet leaf gift toppers here.
5. Leather and Kraft Board Gift Tags
I loved engraving chipboard so much I needed to engrave some Kraftboard too. However, I had to get some knife blade action in there too so I designed this fun leather piece to it too. See the full tutorial here.
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