Cricut Holiday Gift Guide For People Who Love To Give Handmade Gifts

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Stumped for what to get the crafty person who loves to give handmade gifts on your list? Our Cricut Holiday Gift Guide has ideas that are guaranteed to impress.

Stumped for what to get the crafty person who loves to give handmade gifts on your list? Our Cricut Holiday Gift Guide has ideas that are guaranteed to impress. We've got gift ideas for all the crafters in your life! #sponsored #CricutCreated #GiftGuide #Crafts

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

What do you get the person who loves giving handmade gifts? Incredible tools and materials so that they can craft all year long! Finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list can be challenging, so I’m here to help make your Christmas shopping a little bit easier for you!

I love to craft and nothing makes me happier than giving a handmade gift and seeing the look on the recipients face when they open their present. I think it can be intimidating for “non-crafty” people to give “crafty people” presents, especially when you know that person’s going to give you something handmade in return. I’m here to tell you, that some of my favorite things to get as a gift is fun new craft supplies that I’ve never used before!

My Cricut is my very favorite craft thing in my entire craft room. I use it multiple times a week (sometimes every single day). It’s the ultimate gift for someone who loves to give handmade gifts! I’m going to share with you my favorite Cricut gift ideas to give handmade gift givers in this Cricut Holiday Gift Guide! Enjoy!

Cricut Holiday Gift Guide For People Who Love To Give Handmade Gifts

Cricut Maker Tote Bundle
The Cricut Maker is the ultimate cutting machine! Because of it’s Adaptive Tool System it can cut over 300 different types of materials including leather, basswood, iron-on, vinyl, chipboard and fabric! This bundle comes with a beautiful tote so that the recipient can bring their machine with them safely wherever they go (like to have a craft night with you!!!) Use Code VIP Maker to save an extra $75 off the discounted price!
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Cricut Explore Air 2 Raspberry + Machine Tote
The Cricut Explore Air 2 in raspberry makes for some serious Instagram worthy photos. This machine can cut over 100 materials and while it doesn’t work with the Adaptive Tool System Tools, with a price point lower than the Maker it’s an amazing cutting machine. Plus the pink is just so darn pretty!!! With the Explore Air 2 you can cut iron-on, vinyl, paper, and a ton of other speciality materials. Just think of all the amazing shirts, mugs and other handmade gifts you’ll get in the future if you give this machine to your favorite crafter!
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Cricut Access Subscription
Subscriptions always make such a fun gift, and this is the mother of all crafting subscriptions! Cricut Access gives the user access to over 100,000 images and 400+ fonts that the subscriber can use for all their project needs. As a bonus, Cricut Access subscribers save 10% on all product purchases from including on sale items!!! The crafting world is your oyster with Cricut Access.
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Cricut EasyPress 2 Bundle
The Cricut EasyPress 2 is essential for anyone who wants to make shirts, or wood signs using iron-on! The EasyPress 2 has exact temperature control, a timer and an even heat plate that you just don’t find with a traditional iron. It’s a heat press in a more compact form so that it doesn’t take up a ton of space in a craft room! The Cricut EasyPress 2 comes in 4 different sizes ranging from the EasyPress Mini which has a 3 inch heat plate all the way up to a 12 inch by 10 inch EasyPress. I love all the different sizes but the 9X9 has to be my favorite and this bundle comes with a great selection of “extras” to get creating with!
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Cricut Maker Adaptive Tools
These incredible Cricut Maker Adaptive Tools are what makes the Cricut Maker so special and makes it possible to cut over 300 different materials! My favorite’s are the rotary blade for cutting fabric, the knife blade for cutting chipboard and basswood and the engraving tip for making jewelry!
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Cricut Leather Bundle
Making projects out of leather with your Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2 is so much fun! My favorite things to make with leather are keychains, earrings, bracelets and cord protectors! There are a ton of handmade gifts that you can make with this awesome material!
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Deep-Point Blade and Housing
Speaking of leather, this blade is a must for cutting all the pretty jewelry and leather creations you want to make! I love that it comes with a black housing so that it’s easy to remember which blade you have inside so that you don’t mix up which blade you are cutting with.
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Glitter Iron-On Bundle
Do you know who loves glitter? This girl! I could seriously glitter all the things! This glitter iron-on pretty bundle comes with some beautiful colors at an awesome discounted rate! Perfect for decorating shirts, tote bags, pillows and more!
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Cricut Premium Permanent Vinyl Samplers
Vinyl all the things and have them stick permanently with these gorgeous rolls of permanent vinyl! I love the sampler packs because it allows you to get multiple colors all in one roll! I especially love the permanent vinyl for decorating mugs, wine cups and other items that need to be washed!
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Cricut Essential Tool Set
This essential tool set is filled with all the things that you need to make your Cricut craft life easier! The paper trimmer is not only great for paper, it’s also perfect for cutting iron-on and vinyl. The scraper tool is essential for transferring vinyl to your project. Weeding is made so much easier with the weeding tool, and your paper projects will thank you by not bending when you lift them with the spatula! I also love the scoring stylus and use it all the time for cards, envelopes bookmarks and other paper projects!
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Cricut Basswood
I can’t tell you how excited I was when Cricut added basswood to their product offerings! This wood cuts up like a dream using a Cricut Maker and Knife Blade and is so much fun to use in home decor projects!
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Cricut Chipboard
Chipboard is another material that I use with my Cricut Maker and Knife Blade all the time to make home decor items! One project that’s been on my crafting bucket list for a long time is to make a photo puzzle! I think they’d make such great handmade gifts!
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Cricut Printable Vinyl
This is one of my favorite craft supplies that I rarely hear other people talk about. I LOVE it and use it with Print and Cut files all the time. I use it for making planner stickers and labels. I even decorated a drink dispenser with circus clowns and animals for my nephews birthday with it!
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12 X 24 Cardstock Sampler
Every crafter has seen 12X12 cardstock before, but 12X24 inch cardstock is much harder to come by! This sampler is filled with beautifully colored cardstock in an extra big size so that you’ll have lots of room to cut all the things! Perfect for handmade calendars, cards, envelopes, paper sculptures and other paper crafts!
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Rolling Craft Tote
What’s your favorite crafty person going to put all their incredible Cricut gear into? Why how about a Cricut Rolling Tote! This box of amazingness on wheels is the perfect size to fit paper, vinyl, leather, cardstock, chipboard, weeding tools, and all your other crafting supplies! It makes your craft life mobile! Put your Cricut in a Machine Tote and it stacks perfectly right on top!
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It was so hard to pick my top favorites from the Cricut website for this Cricut holiday gift guide. Honestly ANYTHING you buy from Cricut will make an amazing gift idea for someone who loves to give handmade gifts!

Make sure you also keep an eye on the Cricut Sale Section for great deals!

Tell me… Which item on this list would you most like to find under the Christmas tree? Which item would you like to give and who would you give it to?

Disclosure: Thank you to Cricut for working with us on this post. As with every article on Hello Creative Family all thoughts and opinions are 100% our own, we only share things we love and we certainly love our Cricut!

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  1. Jennifer Wilson says:

    What a great resource for all the Cricut lovers!

  2. Victoria Ess says:

    Thanks for the breakdown! My sister would love the Easy press!

  3. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I’d not heard of Cricut until fairly recently, so thanks for the in depth post.