Let’s make a Santa bag with the new Cricut Maker. I love sewn gifts, and fabrics, but I truly don’t love cutting it all out. It never fails that the fabric wants to run on me or I cut something wrong. The new Maker takes all the guess work out of the fabric by marking the fabric as it cuts with a washable fabric marker. And because the blade is rotary, it takes all the tiny sharp turns perfectly!
How To Make A Santa Bag With Cricut Marker
First you’ll need a few supplies:
- Cricut Maker
- Fabric Mat and Standard Mat
- Easy Press
- Blank Tote
- Red Foil Iron-On
- Weeding Tools
- White Felt
- Fabric Glue
- Optional (but you want one): Bright Pad
- Santa lettering, beard and hat graphic In Design Space
The steps are oh so easy with the Maker. I used white felt for the beard and hat trim. It turned out so very darling! And the rotary blade on the Maker made it so easy.
- Open my project in Design Space (link above).
- Load foil iron-on on standard mat. Cut. Weed.
- Load felt on fabric mat. Cut. Weed.
- Measure placement and iron foil on with Easy Press.
- Fabric glue beard and hat trim on.
- Tie a ribbon on the handle!
More Christmas Cricut Craft Ideas
I designed the “SANTA” lettering for Cricut and it’s part of my HO HO HO Christmas cartridge. I hope you’ll give the entire set a look. There are tons of party pieces!
I also designed this “Oh What Fun” cartridge for Cricut and it’s full of darling gift tags and more! For all my cartridges, once you open a new project, look to the top of the screen and you’ll see a Cartridge button. If you click it you can search by “KIM BYERS” to see them all.
For More Cricut Christmas Crafts
- Easy Iron-On Projects + Four Free Christian Cricut Cut Files
- Plaid Christmas Crafts + Two Free Cricut Cut Files
- As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord Free Cricut Cut File
And if you’re wondering what the is difference between Cricut Maker and Cricut Explore is… I wrote all about it. :)
As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!
Santa Bag With Cricut Maker seen first on The Celebration Shoppe.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.