Count down the days to Christmas with these fun DIY Cricut advent calendars! Each of these Christmas advent calendars is made using your Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker—so many festive and fun ideas for your family!
Raise your hand if you have fond memories of paper advent calendars! Every morning, you excitedly open up the tiny paper door and devour a little piece of waxy chocolate in the shape of a teddy bear or a rocking horse or maybe even a candle. Ah, memories! It’s true, Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year for a reason and it’s so fun to count down the days, especially as a child!
I love putting my own special spin on childhood traditions and I get excited to create new traditions with my little family. My boys are getting old enough that they are remembering the holidays and the different ways we celebrate, so I’m all about making new traditions. And any anytime I can bring a DIY project into the celebration, even better! You can bet we are counting down the days until Christmas this year, but we are leaving the waxy chocolate at the store.
I’d like to encourage you to get crafty this Christmas, and your Cricut can help! This collection of more than 20 DIY Advent Calendars has ideas for every family. You can use your Cricut Maker or Explore to create your calendar and those special memories for your family. Christmas comes once a year—why not start a new tradition that will last for many years!
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20+ DIY Cricut Advent Calendars
This colorful advent calendar from my blog has a fun family activity for each day leading up to Christmas!
Encourage kindness and teach your little ones about giving this holiday season with this Random Acts of Kindness Advent Calendar from thatswhatchesaid.net.
Each one of these Christmas Countdown Boxes from pineapplepaperco.com contains a pair of Christmas socks. Cozy!
Discover what the family will do together as you count down to Christmas with this Family Activity Advent Calendar from thesimplycraftedife.com.
This Pegboard Felt Stocking Advent Calendar from damasklove.com is colorful and so adorable.
Each one of these Christmas tree topped Advent Calendar Boxes from makelifelovely.com is filled with a little toy or treat.
sweetredpoppy.com shares a rustic Wooden Advent Calendar—the little tin buckets add so much style!
30minutecrafts.com uses her Cricut Maker to craft this very cute drawer advent calendar.
You can customize this Advent Calendar from fleecefun.com to suit your family’s needs, fill each stocking with a treat, activity or service idea.
These little white stockings are simple, elegant and perfect for an Advent Calendar. Kristimurphy.com shows you how to make one.
You don’t need to be a sewing expert to make this cozy little house Sew A Pocket Advent Calendar from seekatesew.com.
This Christmas Tree Advent Calendar from jennifermaker.com is a lot easier to make than it looks!
Each wooden gift tag on this Christmas Advent Calendar from practicalandpretty.com will help your family count down the days.
Your kids will love moving the magnetic wreath around this Christmas Tree Advent Calendar from sistersuitcaseblog.com.
Fill each little village and tree in this Papercut Advent Calendar Village from liagriffith.com with a treat or toy.
This Pastel Christmas Tree Advent Calendar from bespoke-bride.com is very easy to make and looks so modern and cool on a mantel.
Gold, glitter and knapsacks make this Advent Calendar from myfabulesslife.com simply elegant.
You’ll need a little bit of sewing skills to create the stuffed ornaments that make up this Christmas Advent Calendar from pmqfortow.com, but the final product is so fun!
Handsoccupied.com shares a Knitter’s Advent Calendar, perfect for all your crafty friends. Each numbered bag is filled with a knitting themed trinket.
Who doesn’t love flair? Studiodiy.com shares a Flair Advent Calendar that is full of color and fun personality.
Learn how to create this Farmhouse Deer Advent Calendar from abundanceofeverything.com.
This Hidden Holiday Message Advent Calendar from thehomesihavemade.com is the perfect, no fuss way to count down the days to Christmas.
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