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DIY Winter Party Favors

Written by: | Published: January 29, 2019 | Updated: January 28, 2019

Get out your Cricut and make DIY winter themed party favors in minutes. Today my friend, Jessica Roe, is sharing this fun DIY Cricut project. This is such a fun project for cold weather parties. You can pick your favorite iron-on colors and materials. Make cute snow gloves for favors, party decor or just because you love snowman crafts… too cute, right!?

DIY Winter Party Favors you can make with your Cricut
DIY Winter Party Favors you can make with your Cricut

Create a darling Winter party favor with your Cricut Maker and designs from Jen Goode – project design by Jessica Roe

Hi everyone! It’s Jess from Everyday Party Magazine, and I’m so excited to be here today! I’m a Cricut enthusiast, and I love using Jen’s cut designs for party decor, favors, and more!

DIY Winter Party Favors

Two of my boys have winter birthdays, and while it’s not typically too cold for one of them, the other one’s birthday is almost always cold and rainy.

Both of the boys are also hockey players and will happily spend all of their spare time on the ice. So, for the last several years, we have just paid for a group of their teammates to go to open skate at one of our local ice rinks.

Our go-to party favor for these skate days is SnoCap candies and a pair of gloves, and this year is no different.

This year, though, I decided to skip the bag, and just tie a sweet little tag on to the box and place gloves in a basket for the kids to take before they get on the ice.


  • Cricut Maker cutting machine
  • Cricut Design Space account
  • Snowman cut design by Jen Goode (#M9279D2)
  • Snowball cut design by Jen Goode (#M188711D)
  • Cricut Knife Blade
  • Cricut Design Space Access
  • Cricut Iron On
  • Cricut EasyPress 2
  • White Card Stock
  • Twine
  • Gloves
  • SnoCap Candies

We’ve set up a Cricut Design Space canvas to help you get started with this winter party favor. Click here to open up this winter party project in Cricut Design Space.

Make your own winter party favors in Cricut Design Space
Make your own winter party favors in Cricut Design Space


  1. Print then Cut the white cardstock with your printer and Cricut machine, set aside.
  2. Resize the Iron On Vinyl snowflakes for the gloves, I used one for each glove.  
  3. Send the Iron On to cut. Place the Iron On on a standard grip cutting mat shiny side down. Mirror the cut before starting. 
  4. Weed the excess Iron On, and prepare the gloves to be pressed. 
  5. Place the weeded snowflake Iron-on image on to the glove and press according to Cricut’s recommended guidelines. 
  6. Use twine, yarn or ribbon to tie the tags to boxes of SnoCap Candies.
How to make your own cute Winter party favors with Cricut
How to make your own cute Winter party favors with Cricut

More fun Winter craft ideas

Who wouldn’t love these cute gloves and treats? These would be the perfect party favor for any winter party, especially Jessica’s Winter party ideas. Have fun creating with your Cricut!

Have fun with your winter crafting. I can’t wait to see what you create!

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