Christmas Gift Idea Oven Mitt Stocking with Free Printable Tag

Welcome to the Hello Holidays event at Yellow Bliss Road! For the next three weeks we will be in major Christmas countdown mode here at the Road with tons of holiday inspiration for Christmas crafts, Christmas gift ideas, and Christmas recipes & treats. Ive got lots of friends stopping by to share some of their favorite … Continue reading “Christmas Gift Idea Oven Mitt Stocking with Free Printable Tag”

Welcome to the Hello Holidays event at Yellow Bliss Road!

For the next three weeks we will be in major Christmas countdown mode here at the Road with tons of holiday inspiration for Christmas crafts, Christmas gift ideas, and Christmas recipes & treats. Ive got lots of friends stopping by to share some of their favorite projects and I cant wait for you to see what they are sharing. Please give a big welcome to Amber!

Hello Yellow Bliss Road readers! I am so happy to be posting on Kristins amazing blog! I love her work so much! I am Amber fromCrazy Little Projectsand I am super excited to show off a creative holiday gift idea today! This is an oven mitt stocking! The perfect gift for someone who loves to cook or bake:

Its so quick and simple but turns out so fun! Simply fill an oven mitt with any type of baking utensils, add a cute tag and youve got a great gift:

Oven Mitt (Obviously the easiest solution here is to buy one. But if you are the handmade gift type, I have atutorial for an oven mitton my blog.)

Utensils of your choice-see suggestions below

Here are some suggestions for what to fill your oven mitt stocking with. If you want to keep this nice and inexpensive, shop at the dollar store! I bet you could fill this for under $10.

Or anything else that seems like something that your recipient would enjoy!

Then, add a cute tag. Here s a fun option that you could use. Just right click to save to your computer, then print.

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This is such a cute idea and I love the tag, it really personalizes such a great gift idea. Pinning!!

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Easy Christmas Gift Idea with Cricut

Each Christmas season I like to come up with a simple gift idea that I can use for my kids teachers, a few of my friends and close neighbors. Today I am going to share with you mythat I am going to be giving this year! A few months ago, I was driving by a little cake shop near me and had this simple idea pop in my head BUNDT cakes! And that is what Im rolling with this year!

I personally love the little mini bundt cakes! But, if you were gifting this idea to a group or family, Id go with a normal sized bundt cake. When you purchase the little bundt cakes they come in cute little clear containers and I didnt want to repackage them. So, I jumped into my Cricut Design Space to see what they had in there to help embellish the gifts.

I found a couple different ideas I liked and meshed them into this fun design! The tag is a simple DIY that you can cut with your Cricut Explore orCricut Maker! Then you can attach the tag to any kind of bundt cake big or small!

Brown, Tan or Gray Cardstock(for reindeer)

Start by pulling up the gift tag from Design SpaceHERE!

Then go ahead and load theblack Cricut peninto your machine. It will write all the words, but BUNDT. That word will be cut out with the fine point blade.

Youll need a white, green and then either brown, tan or gray 1212 cardstock.

Follow the directions, allowing your machine towritethe designs and make all the cuts!

Then go ahead and assemble the gift tag.

I used aglue stickto attach the reindeer to the white cardstock and then the white tag to the green background tag. I made a couple variations of the reindeer so try it brown, tan and gray! They all have a fun look!

Did you know Cricut Design space has TONS of fun cardstock bow tutorials? I am literally blown away with all the fun bows! I spent a few minutes the other day playing around with them and here are some of my favorites:

Next up for the gift prep, make the bow for the top of the Bundt Cake!

I chose and modified one of their bows. I took off the side cuts and added a 2 circle to match the top of the bundt cake container. If youre putting your bundt cake in a different container then you may not need the circle or you may need to adjust the circle size. If thats the case, then you click through the design space file blow, click CUSTOMIZE and make those changes.

You can find theRed Gift BowDesign Space fileHERE. Go ahead, cut and assemble the bow. I used ahot glue gunto assemble the bow and it worked perfect!

Before attaching the bow to the container I quickly used some twine and hot glue to attach the tag.

When I designed the tag, I didnt include a precut hole because I assumed some wouldnt be attaching it by a twine. So, I just quickly punched one with a hole punch.

Then I tied acute twineto my tag and used hot glue to attach it to the red circle on top of the bundt cake container.

Then I hot glued the bow on the top and its done!

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Create a whimsical monogram drawing with just colored paper and a black marker. Freehand a letter surrounded by two twigs. We bordered this version with a rustic oval frame, perfect for adding interest to a gallery wall.

From initials to a holiday message, premade pillows and pom-pom trim make quick work of these personalized gifts. To make the pom-pom-edged pillow: Use a large pom-pom maker to make twenty-four 2-1/2-inch-diameter pom-poms, or purchase pom poms. Sew a pom-pom to each corner of a purchased pillow. Fill in evenly around the perimeter with remaining pom-poms. For the message pillow, use white chalk to trace a word onto a purchased pillow, and adhere mini pom-pom trim with slip stitches along the outline.

It starts as a wooden box, it ends as an homage to camper-style travel that feathered friends can enjoy. Its the perfect DIY gift for the traveler in your life.

Have a chance to enlist the recipients kids in a project? This is the perfect way to celebrate the creativity in the family: Scan a collection of art pieces and import them into image-editing software. Crop and shrink art to desired size and take to a print shop to print into a poster you can frame.

A gilded frame and bold monogram makes this a stunning holiday gift. We like to place it on a shelf or bookcase for maximum impact. To create, paint the frame white and let dry. Paint the bottom third of the frame gold and let dry. Using stencils, paint a letter and border onto cut fabric. Frame the fabric and wrap with a gold ribbon.

Hang this living wreath indoors or out! The form is made from a plywood back, 2-inch cedar boards, and chicken wire. Spray-paint the form and fill with moss and succulents. Add hooks to the back for easy removal for cleaning and refilling.

Transform crafts store letters into cheery works of art with bright paint and paper. Simply trace the letter on the back of patterned paper and cut out. Paint the wooden letter and let dry. To finish, glue the patterned paper to the painted letter and hang!

Create this sweet embroidered wall hanging for your favorite travel buff. Simply trace the state of your choice onto fabric and outline with thread. Make it special with felt hearts and a frame.

Use these doily-wrapped candles to send a personalized holiday message. Measure the height and circumference of candle; add 1/2 inch to each measurement. Cut out a piece of a doily that size, centering the doily motif if desired. Fold one long edge of the doily piece under 1/2 inch. Secure the unfolded long edge to jar with double-sided tape. Wrap doily around jar, overlap edges, and secure with double-sided tape under folded edge. Stamp a word onto a metal-rim tag with silver ink and letter stamps; let dry. Place a line of crafts glue on the metal portion of the tag. While the glue is still wet, liberally sprinkle with silver glass glitter. Shake off excess; let dry. Thread tag onto twine. Wrap twine around candle jar multiple times, positioning tag where desired. Tie twine ends in a bow.

Send a message or create a monogram craft with basic embroidery skills. Choose a fabric and contrasting embroidery floss. Trace a message onto fabric, sizing to fit the embroidery hoop. Use six strands of embroidery floss and simple split stitches to embroider the message onto the fabric. Remove fabric from hoop. Using a warm iron and working on wrong side, press finished embroidery. Insert embroidery back into hoop, centering design and pulling fabric taut. Trim fabric 2 inches beyond hoop edges. Glue the fabric to the back side of hoop; let dry. Trim excess fabric as needed.

Dine in style with these sweet hand-painted plates.

Transform simple, undecorated stockings into personalized gifts in minutes. Left: Cut lengths of red and white pom-pom trim to fit around the cuff of a plain, undecorated stocking, allowing for slight overlaps. Starting at the bottom back side of cuff and alternating colors, wrap and glue trim around cuff. Center: Cut an 18-inch length of red and an 18-inch length of cream yarn. Hold the lengths together, and tie a bow in the center. Tie each pair of tails to knotted yarn in the center of a pom-pom. Trim knotted yarn ends even with the pom-pom, and trim pom-pom yarns as needed. Stitch the bow to a stocking cuff. Right: Hand-stitch pom-poms of various sizes to the cuff of a stocking.

Create a one-of-a-kind monogrammedthrow pillow– its easier than you think! Simply trace and cut a letter on paper and attach it to a neutral pillow using a small pin. Use fabric paint to cluster small paint dots all the way around the paper letter. Let dry and remove the paper.

Trim the tree with stunning personalized ornaments. To create, simply take cut log sections and paint a strip down the middle. Let dry. Using a stencil, paint a letter with gold glitter paint over the strip. Finally, drill a hole through the top and tie with ribbon.

This gift is perfect for world travelers. Frame antique maps of the places theyve visited. For an extra-special touch, use pins to mark the specific places theyve been.

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Youll never guess what this tablet case is made of. Duct tape! Get the kids involved in this easy craft. To make, find a scrap of fabric to use as your guide. Wrap it around your tablet and cut to fit. Lay the fabric flat and cover one side end to end with duct tape in your desired pattern, folding tape ends around both edges. Wrap fabric around tablet, tape side out. With flap open, tape the length of the sides, finishing edges. Add adhesive hook-and-loop tape; embellish as desired.

Welcome! Transform a plain mat into a chic monogrammed greeting. Print your chosen letter onto cardstock and cut it out. Attach the remaining cardstock stencil to the mat, and spray-paint the letter opening. Cover the painted letter and repeat the process to add dots.

This cozy gift is perfect for the tea-lovers out there! Make it special with a custom blend. Start with individual-size heat-seal tea bags. Create a loose tea blend, and spoon it into the bags. Insert a length of yarn or twine into the bag, keeping it in the center of the bag opening. To seal, press down on the edge with an iron. Dont forget to add a decorative gift tag and honey sticks!

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