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9 Heat Transfer Vinyl Christmas Gift Ideas Guaranteed to Be a Hit

Are you looking for heat transfer vinyl project ideas you can make as Christmas gifts? Homemade gifts make the most thoughtful and memorable gifts. We’re rounding up nine fabulous Christmas themed wooden signs, baby onesies, socks, towels, and more to help you stay on budget. Get your HTV and Silhouette Cameo out today and start making these fun DIY projects for the holiday season.

1. DIY Hand Lettered Rudolph Sign

Ever wonder how to cut a stencil with your Silhouette that’s bigger than your machine? Check out how I did it with this Hand Lettered Rudolph Craft! This rudolph craft would look perfect sitting by the fireplace with more christmas decorations. Make it a homemade holiday and do some crafts with the kids to make a really fun and personalized display. Source: Simply Made Fun

2. “Bring Wine” Winter Socks

If you’re brand new to using your Silhouette, these “Bring Wine” Winter Socks are perfect for you! All you’re doing is cutting out words from Heat Transfer Vinyl. Couldn’t be easier! I decided to go with Glitter Heat Transfer Vinyl since it has a bit of a rough texture and would be less likely to cause any accidental slips. I used the setting for “Flocked Vinyl” and it worked perfectly in the Silhouette. Source: Tried and True

3. Cool & Hip ‘Santa’s Homeboy’ Christmas Onesie

I’m going to share all the elements that I used to create my final design in Silhouette Studio. I played around with the proportions of the graphics and tweaked a few things, like turning St. Nick’s glasses into shades, just to amp up the coolness. That’s why I love using pre-made design elements….they are a great starting point that you can adjust to suit your own needs, and they save you soooo much time! Source: Where The Smiles Have Been

4. Simple and Elegant Monogrammed Towels

I wanted to add a bit more personal touch and found an easy and elegant way with monogramming my new hand towels. The fibers on these towels are fine and low pile which makes a perfect canvas for an easy iron-on monogram. I used my Cricut Explore, but these can also be cut carefully by hand. These pretty monogrammed towels are not only great for my own bathroom, but are an idea for a personalized housewarming, hostess or birthday gift. You can find the download for the printable template (resize print to fit your towel) and the SVG cut files. Source: Lia Griffith

5. Christmas Drop Cloth Pillows

Luckily, these Christmas Drop Cloth Pillows I made for my front porch didn’t take very long to make and turned out super cute. Source: Ribbons and Glue

6. Quick and Easy DIY Wine Bags

I’m going to share the simplest tutorial with you for how to make your very own diy wine bags. Literally, if you can sew a straight line, you can make these bags. Source: Addicted 2 DIY

7. Heat Transfer Vinyl on Mug (Dishwasher Safe)

Know a lover of coffee, tea, or hot cocoa? This is a lovely little gift that you can easily add to. Perhaps a sleeve of fancy hot cocoa or tasty, homemade stirring spoons, yum! Let’s get after it, shall we? Source: Dream A Little Bigger

8. DIY Personalized Koozies Using Heat Transfer Vinyl

I have come to appreciate koozies (can coolers) as of late. Maybe it’s the fun sayings that fashion them or the various colors that hug my beverage of choice, whatever it is it can add a little bit of flare to a drink. So I decided since it’s close to Christmas that I would personalize my own koozies with some fun holiday sayings. I decided to make these for our ladies Christmas dinner night out and gave one to each lady that attended. Luckily there were a few left over for myself. Source: Dream Design DIY

9. Christmas ornament Advent Calendar

I used gold vinyl and red glitter transparent vinyl! So stinking gorgeous–man I love Christmas. If you don’t have access to a vinyl cutter I have an alternative way to down below!) but here is how to add vinyl to round Christmas ornaments. Source: A Girl and A Glue Gun

We hope that these heat transfer vinyl Christmas projects have inspired you. HTV DIY projects are a great way to fill in time productively and make memorable, personalized gifts for loved ones. Whether you’re a beginner or advanced in Silhouette Cameo or Cricut give it a go today. Wondering the where to buy the best heat transfer vinyl products and accessories made in the USA? Craftables!

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