Today I am going to show you how to make these adorable Christmas pot holder gifts using your Cricut and iron-on vinyl. These pot holders are super easy to make and the perfect project for Cricut beginners!
Oh my goodness, how cute are these pot holders!? I’m so excited to give them as gifts this year but also wish I could just keep them all because I love them all so much! 😆
I may have to make another set so I can keep them for myself. These pot holders are so easy to make and are the perfect Christmas gifts for teachers, friends, and family!
For this project, we will be using our Cricut cutting machines and iron-on vinyl.
You can grab these Christmas pot holder cut files below so you can make your own pot holder gifts too.
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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 CHRISTMAS POT HOLDER GIFTS USING YOUR CRICUT AND IRON-ON VINYL
- Pot holders with pockets
- White iron-on vinyl (HTV)
- Optional: Christmas spatulas
- Optional: Christmas cookie mix
- Cricut cutting machine
- Standard grip cutting mat
- Weeding tool
- Brayer tool (optional)
- Cricut fine point blade (comes with machine)
- Cricut EasyPress
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
- Measuring Tape
- Lint Roller
GET THE CHRISTMAS POT HOLDER CUT FILE BUNDLE
Christmas Potholder Cut File Bundle
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 CHRISTMAS POT HOLDER GIFTS USING YOUR CRICUT AND IRON-ON VINYL
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