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Put your Cricut Explore Air 2 or Maker machine to work this Thanksgiving season with one (or more) of these 10+ Cricut Thanksgiving Projects.
By now you have probably discovered we absolutely love craft projects which may explain our love affair with our Cricut machines. Currently we swap between the Cricut Explore Air 2 and Cricut Maker depending on the project we’re working on. It’s not abnormal to see both machines working at the same time. The Cricut Maker can do everything the Explore Air 2 can do and much more.
If you’re looking for the machine can do everything, Cricut Maker is the machine you’re looking for (and easily our favorite machine). If you’re looking for a machine that can cut paper, cardstock, vinyl, and Iron-on…The Explore Air 2 is a great machine for all of those projects.
If you love your Cricut machine as much as we do you’ll love these 10+ Cricut Thanksgiving Projects we’ve rounded up for you to make.
Fill this Felt Mayflower Children’s Table centerpiece made using Cricut Maker with candy and you’ll be the children’s hero! – click here for full tutorial.
We love the beautiful simplicity of these place cards by Love Create Celebrate. Find the full tutorial for this quick project here. This project can be made with either Cricut machine.
Here’s another beautiful and simple place card. We love how Printable Crush used real pumpkins as her place card. Find out how she used her Cricut to make them here.
Here’s a fun different addition to your Thanksgiving table by 5 Little Monsters. She added Iron-on with different sayings and placed them on each plate as something guests can take home with them. Find the full tutorial here.
Do you dress up for Thanksgiving dinner? Make these aprons by Tastefully Frugal to keep your attire clean during dinner prep. We love how she used gold glitter Iron-on for the turkey. Click here to make them yourself.
How cute is this 3D turkey place card?!! You can find this full project right in Design Space here.
We suggest you go ahead and make two of these Give Thanks Wall Art by 100 Directions. One for yourself and one for your Thanksgiving dinner hostess. Click here for the full tutorial.
Here’s another project perfect for yourself and your dinner hostess. This one is by Albion Gould and you can find the full tutorial here.
Pretty sure the adults would enjoy these placemats as much as the kids. Use your Cricut pens and some inexpensive craft paper to make some up before turkey day. Tastefully Frugal has the full tutorial here.
If you’re looking for something to wear on Thanksgiving you’re going to love these next few Cricut Thanksgiving projects!
This DIY Faux Leather earring and necklace set by It Happens in a Blink are so pretty and the color combination can be made to match whatever you’re wearing! Click here for the full tutorial.
Along with our Cricut machines we’re pretty obsessed with our EasyPresses. The Celebration Shoppe teaches you how to use your EasyPress to make this Thankful tee that is perfect for Thanksgiving here.
Instead of 10+ Cricut Thanksgiving projects we could call this post 100+ Cricut Thanksgiving projects if we linked to all the great projects Cricut has included in Design Space. If you haven’t visited Design Space recently you should check out the new projects they’ve added. We have to admit they’re pretty dang cute.
We’d love to hear what you’re doing for Thanksgiving this year. Do you travel for Thanksgiving or do you host? Are you crafting in preparation for the holiday or are you already set up for Christmas. Tell us in the comments and don’t forget to pin these projects so they’re easy for you to find later!
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