Use iron-on vinyl and your Cricut machine to make this DIY O Holy Night Ornament. This post contains affiliate links which, when purchased through, add no cost to the consumer, but help support this site with a small commission.
Ever since I completed by first iron-on vinyl project on wood, I have been hooked! The ease of applying iron-on vinyl to wood is exceedingly better than trying to adhere regular vinyl to wood. The heat causes the iron-on vinyl to seep into the wood fibers, causing (in my opinion) a better adhesion than regular vinyl. It is all that I have used on my wood projects since trying this Wood Globe project a few years ago.
For this ornament project, I’m using a circle wood ornament that I picked up at a local craft store. This one is about 3 1/4″ in diameter. It is plain wood, but I did apply a light coat of white paint. I have used iron-on vinyl successfully on painted wood, but always do a trial area before applying iron-on vinyl to an entire painted project. The heat may discolor some paint, and thick paint may prohibit the iron-on vinyl from adhering well.
- Circle Wood Ornament
- Cricut machine – A Cricut Explore Air 2 or Cricut Maker will work for this project.
- Cricut StandardGrip cutting mat
- Cricut Weeding Tool
- Cricut EasyPress 2, 6×6
- Cricut EasyPress 2, 6×6 mat
- Cricut Iron-on Vinyl, two colors
- Baker’s twine or ribbon for hanging the ornament.
Open up Cricut Design Space. Use my already designed file HERE to make creating this ornament easy! If your ornament blank size differs from a 3 1/4,” customize the size before cutting.
Cut the O Holy Night design with the two different iron-on vinyl colors.
Use the weeding tool to remove any unneeded vinyl from the design.
Utilizing these step-by-step directions, adhere the iron-on vinyl to the wood ornament.
Looking for more Cricut related tips and tricks? Check out my Cricut project page below. It includes more ornament ideas!