Readers ask: How To Make Wood Ornaments With Cricut?

Can Cricut cut wood ornaments?

I make a lot of my own Christmas decorations every year. Today I am cutting basswood and veneer to show you how to make wood Christmas tree ornaments with Cricut Maker. Did you know that your Cricut Maker could cut wood? You just need a strong grip mat a knife blade and a deep point blade.

Can you make ornaments with Cricut?

You can use any type of Christmas ornament you want to make this craft (glass, wood, etc)- it all just depends on the look you’re going for. I personally love the look of these white ceramic balls and I think the white makes the text pop.

Will vinyl stick to wood slices?

Gently rub the vinyl to help it stick to the wood slice. You can use a Cricut scraper tool for this, if you would like. Slowly peel away the transfer tape. *Or, peel the glitter vinyl image off of the backing and place directly on to the wood slice without using the transfer tape.

Can you print on wood with a Cricut?

Yes, Cricut vinyl will stick to stained wood but there is one tip that may make your project a bit easier.

Can you make Christmas ornaments with a Cricut?

There are so many fun ways to make and decorate ornaments for your Christmas tree, especially with a Cricut Machine. You will be able to make them unique as well! The Cricut Christmas ornaments here will add some more flavor to your tree this year.

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What do you personalize ornaments with?

Easy Step Personalization Instructions

  1. Use extra fine point permanent marker.
  2. Choose a script that is most comfortable for you.
  3. Keep letters close together as this helps to keep a straight line.
  4. Use scotch tape as a practice guide.
  5. Keep pen flowing by scribbling on a piece of scratch paper.

Why is my vinyl not sticking to wood?

Still having trouble? If your vinyl is still not sticking to your freshly smoothed piece of wood, adding a layer of paint or varnish will also help it stick. Sometimes wood just has too many loose splinters, dust residue, or nature elements that can stick to your vinyl instead.

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