Get in the festive spirit with these 5 easy Christmas crafts*

Happy Fabric christmas projects

*This blog post is sponsored by Happy Fabric 

Hi everyone, it’s Happy Fabric here! We hope you all enjoyed our Mollie Makes Insta takeover last week – we’re back to spread festive cheer for all to hear with five more quick makes using our iron-on vinyl.

With the ability to personalise, add sparkle, or simply make something unique, Happy Fabric iron-on vinyl is the ideal solution for gifts and decorations. All you need is an iron and scissors, or try it with a Cricut or Silhouette if you have one.

Scroll down for your five easy Christmas crafts!

A sparkly Rudolph jumper

Happy Fabric christmas projects

Get cosy with this shimmering Rudolph jumper. The addition of a classic ‘punny’ slogan will add Christmas cheer to any office party or family get-together. Contrast the sparkly glitter with iron-on HappyFlock – its velvet texture’ll bring fluffly goodness to your reindeer!

Glitzy gift tags and sparkly ribbon

Happy Fabric christmas projects

Gone are the days of boring brown paper tags. Bring your gifts to life by adding sparkle to your ribbon, and create iridescent writing using HappyGlitter and HappyFashion iron-on vinyl.

Personalised first Christmas scrapbook/photo album

Happy Fabric christmas projects

To cherish for many Christmases to come. Treasure special moments with the gift of a scrapbook or photo album, decorated with hand-cut glitter elf boots and some magical snowflakes!

Crafty coasters that double as tree decorations

Happy Fabric christmas projects

Get creative with a cork mat and cut some cute Christmas coasters, adding pom poms over the iron-on vinyl for a fun trim. Want to hang them from your tree? Simply attach a loop of string to the reverse. We used HappyFlex and HappyGlitter for these.

A ‘Santa Stop Here’ sign

Happy Fabric christmas projects

Layering Red HappyFlex with White HappyFlex and Black HappyFlock will ensure your house isn’t missed by the man himself! Jazz up your sign by adding a length of dowel decorated with paint or ribbon, and add your family name so Santa knows who he’s delivering to.

For more tutorials and to ask us any questions about using iron-on vinyl, drop us a message on the Happy Fabric Blog, YouTube, Instagram and Facebook. Check out our other projects on the Mollie Makes blog below:

*This blog post is sponsored by Happy Fabric