Cricut Crafts: DIY Gift Bags, Color Splash Stickers & Jar Labels

Lia Griffith Gift Tags

When it comes to making a picture-perfect, handmade holiday, Lia Griffith is pretty much the expert. Not only is she an absolute wizard when it comes to making things with paper (no, seriously), but the lady knows her way around a Cricut Explore better than most. Here’s how you can use some of Lia’s and fellow Creativebug instructor Courtney Cerruti’s Cricut projects to create an eye-catching, handmade holiday season.

DIY Gift Bags

Whether you bought the perfect present or you spent November and December lovingly crafting gifts by hand, the perfect final touch for any present is a custom wrap job. Lia Griffith has designed gift bags that are not only crazy-simple to make but are absolute showstoppers.

DIY Gift Bags

Use paper that fits your holiday décor or choose something that goes with the present inside. The world is your paper oyster.

Color Splash Stickers

For this project, mixed-media artist Courtney Cerruti combined the soft, fluid nature of watercolors with the precise edge and usefulness of a Cricut-cut sticker. This is the perfect – and shockingly easy – way to personalize gifts while keeping the look professional. All it takes is a few swipes of the brush, some sticker paper, and you’ll have the best-looking wrap job in town.

Color Splash Labels]

Color Splash Labels

Jar Labels

If you’re updating your pantry, making preserves for the holidays, or packaging up hostess gifts, Lia Griffith’s charming jar labels will put your jars and boxes on-trend instantly. All you need to do is print and cut the labels, then add your own handwritten details for that extra-special finishing touch.

DIY Jar Labels

Ready to learn how to make these yourself? Let Lia and Courtney guide you step-by-step with a 14-day free trial to [ That way you can get your fill of Cricut Explore projects with a healthy side of sewing, knitting, quilting, and more. New classes are added every week.

DIY Jar Labels

So tell us – what kinds of goodies are you labeling this year?