Learn how to cut wood with a Cricut Maker with this simple video tutorial! Love the beautiful holiday stocking letters and wood ornaments!
It’s officially here! My first holiday post of the year, and I couldn’t be happier about it! When Cricut first came out with the Cricut Maker, I wrote this post about the new cutting machine and I was soooo excited for the knife blade to come out! This was my first chance to use the new blade, while making a couple of holiday projects, and it did not disappoint. I’m going to show you how to cut wood with a Cricut Maker. If you don’t already have a Cricut Maker, you might want one after this post! lol.
*This post was sponsored by Cricut. As always, opinions are 100% my own. For more information, please see my disclosure page.*
If you’ve never heard of a Cricut, the Cricut Maker is essentially a cutting machine (like a mini CNC) that cuts tons of different materials. The Maker is the most versatile of these machines because of its new blades that allow it to effortlessly cut fabric, balsa wood, chipboard, leather, etc.
But wood. WOOD! That was the most exciting part. I have a ton of DIYs brewing in my mind that I can’t wait to use the Cricut Maker for; but first, I wanted to demonstrate how to cut wood on the Cricut Maker by creating a couple of quick and easy holiday projects.
Materials needed for the holiday projects:
- Cricut Maker
- Cricut Knife Blade
- String Grip Cutting Mat
- Balsa Wood
- Black Wood Stain
- Leather Cording
- Design Space Files:
How to Cut Wood on the Cricut Maker & Two Great Holiday DIYs:
If you’re like me, you not only want to know what the knife blade does, you want to see it in action! I made this quick video to show you how easily the Cricut Maker cuts wood:
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I am constantly adding wood pieces to my rooms when I’m decorating. Why not start making my own? Now that I know how easily the Cricut Maker cuts wood, my head is spinning with ideas. I loved how these simple holiday projects turned out.
Both of these DIY projects popped into my head sometime last year and they turned out just as beautifully as I imagined!
If you like Cricut projects, you might want to check out these great ideas:
Modern Entry Wall Hooks (with Leather cut on the Cricut!!)
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.