It may still be mid-November, but my new Design Space projects will have you *crushin it* with the *holiday mode* STAT. 😉🤓
Both of these designs (Nutcracker and Holiday Mode) coordinate with the Mod & Merry paper, vinyl, and iron-on collection that I created for Cricut this year, which is available exclusively at Joann stores through December 31. 🤗🎉
And you’re definitely not limited to using these designs on water bottles OR with vinyl. You can resize and customize them in Design Space to work for other things too. 🙌 I think they’d look super cute on holiday shirts, journal/planner covers (especially the “Crushin’ It” design!), Christmas cards, cookie jars, gourmet nut tins, and more.
Nutcracker Water Bottle
The Nutcracker Water Bottle design is simple but does use 5 different colors of vinyl. (You can always reduce the amount of colors in design space to further simplify.) The “jacket” is the snowy pattern from my Mod & Merry Vinyl Sampler. I used a matte gold vinyl here, but the stars would also look great in a glittered or adhesive foil finish for extra sparkle. ✨
Holiday Mode Water Bottle
Short on time… or patience? 😜The Holiday Mode design is SUPER SIMPLE… and that’s a great thing in my book, too! 🙌 I also love that the tree silhouette makes it easy to showcase your favorite vinyl pattern.
Again, metallic foil or a glittery vinyl would be another fun option for the gold star on top of the tree…
Here’s a sneak peek at how these projects look in Design Space:
Happy *holiday mode*! I really hope you make something you love with these. 🥰
Also – please click here to check out LOTS more Design Space projects featuring my 4 new HWTM for Cricut holiday lines (Winter Sparkle, Mod & Merry, Flannel & Frost, and Gingerbread Spice). All of the lines lean a bit modern (like my natural design style), but they are still very different and unique from each other. 💛
P.S. Here’s a sneak peek at a matching project coming your way soon. ⬆ This Nutcracker Cake Topper is going live in Cricut Design Space AND as a video class on Creativebug on December 18th. If you’re looking for a playful way to dress up that holiday cake… stay tuned! 😊