Today I am going to show you how to make this super cute Christmas countdown dry-erase board using your Cricut and adhesive vinyl. I absolutely LOVE how this Christmas countdown turned out and can’t wait to show you how to make one!
The Christmas countdown is officially on and my kids are so excited!
My youngest has been asking EVERY day if it’s Christmas morning yet, so I thought this Christmas countdown dry erase board would be a great way to help them keep track.
I love how this countdown turned out and both of my kids are having a blast changing the numbers every day.
You can grab this Christmas countdown cut file below so you can make your own countdown this year. This cut file is also included in the SVG Club as well as all of the other SVG files in my shop. You can check that out here: SVG Club Details
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I have a list of all of the supplies needed for this project and the video tutorial below. Happy crafting!
SUPPLIES AND TOOLS NEEDED TO MAKE A CHRISTMAS COUNTDOWN USING YOUR CRICUT
- Dry Erase Board (I used this 12×12 desktop dry erase board)
- Red permanent adhesive vinyl
- Green permanent adhesive vinyl
- Silver or light blue permanent adhesive vinyl
- Standard grip transfer tape
- Lint-free cloth
- Parchment Paper
- Cricut cutting machine
- Standard grip cutting mat
- Weeding tool
- Brayer tool (optional)
- Scraper tool
- Cricut fine point blade (comes with machine)
- Measuring Tape
- Acrylic Ruler
- Mat to help line up the design evenly
GET THE CHRISTMAS COUNTDOWN SVG CUT FILES
Christmas Countdown Cut Files
Zip file includes SVG, DXF, EPS, and PNG file formats. Can be cut on a Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore, Cricut Joy, Silhouette Cameo, or other machines that use these types of files.
This includes a small use commercial license so you can use these files for personal use or commercial use to make up to 200 handmade products.
Need help crafting with these files or your Cricut? Check out my Cricut Tutorials here.
HOW TO MAKE A CHRISTMAS COUNTDOWN USING YOUR CRICUT
Don’t forget to save this project on Pinterest for later!