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Quick Thanksgiving Projects to make with your Cricut

Written by: | Published: November 22, 2017 | Updated: September 05, 2023

There’s still time to pretty up the table and add a little extra personal touch to your Thanksgiving decor. Here are a few fun Thanksgiving projects to make with your Cricut. Grab your Cricut Machine and let’s get crafting!

Thanksgiving Projects to Make with Your Cricut

Family, food and Fall decor, that’s Thanksgiving in our house. These projects are brand new, just released this week in Cricut Design Space. Pick your favorites and have fun creating!

Materials you need:

Instructions: Follow on-screen instructions to cut the word art pieces. Glue together and then glue to a wood skewer. Place in your vase of flowers.

Decorate the mantel with Fall leaves, grab the SVG cut file and view the entire tutorial.

Make a Fall napkin Ring with your Cricut

Make this pretty napkin ring to accent your Thanksgiving Table 

Instructions: Place adhesive foil on card stock. Follow on-screen instructions to print-and-cut art and foil layers. Glue together. Create a ring with ribbon and glue flower art to the ring.

Make a Fall art coloring page with your Cricut

Create a pretty coloring page to share with your family and guests for Thanksgiving

Instructions: Follow on-screen instructions to draw the floral art, changing pen colors as directed. You can use the black Cricut pen if you prefer.

Make your own pretty Thanksgiving place setting. Dress up each Thanksgiving place setting with pretty watercolor paper and cut greenery. Download the SVG file and follow along with this tutorial.

make sure to skip the draw lines so there is more room to write

Make a Thankful Tree. Cut out the leaves with your Cricut and enjoy a season of sharing memories and gratitude.

I hope you enjoy these quick Thanksgiving projects you can make with your Cricut.

Recommended: More great Thanksgiving project ideas.

Have a great time with family and friends this Thanksgiving!

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