Christmas Pajamas with Cricut Maker

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Can you believe Christmas is just around the corner??
This is the first year ever that I haven't even started Christmas shopping yet! Usually I'm completely finished by now. 
The biggest part of our Christmas for us is the pajamas. My kids don't ever only get one pair either. They usually get a few, because well, pajamas!

I have been loving owning the Cricut Maker. I've cut everything from wood, to fabric, to vinyl, to crepe paper and have made so many projects. It's opened a whole new world of crafting and my kids have definitely loved seeing their wants and designs come to life when we use it.
This year I had the kids have a say in their designs 
Zoe has such a fun personality and the Gingerbread Men were right up her alley!
I designed the whole thing in Cricut Design Space and you can go to the project here: Oh Snap!

For this project you will also need: 
Cricut Maker (which is on sale right now!!)

Not needed, but for sure comes in handy!
Easy Press 2 (also on sale!!)
Cricut Bright Pad (this is on sale too!!)

You could also switch out the Gold Iron-On and use the Rotary Blade & Housing to cut out some felt or fabric for the gingerbread men to add as an applique instead!
I just love how versatile the Maker is!
You can also use the Cricut Explore Air 2 (on sale too!) to cut out this design.

Check out the video to see the making of this cute shirt, from putting vinyl onto the mats, to finished product!

I made their pajamas using Titchy Threads Safari Raglan Tee and their Fancy Pants leggings. If you don't sew, a pair of store pajamas works just as well!
The white fabric is from Riley Blake Designs, and I paired it with Raspberry Creek Fabrics Green Stripe. Stripes are so incredibly perfect for Christmas!

For Paisley I designed a Christmas Unicorn.
For this project you will use:
Cricut Gold Foil Iron-On
This time I used Raspberry Creek Fabrics Red Stripe. It completely fits Paisley's sweet little personality!
Are you planning to make your Christmas Pajamas this year?

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

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