‘Tis the season to be jolly! I have always loved adding a “farmhouse look” to my home décor and these Christmas Stamped Books are so adorable!

I had so much fun making these Christmas Stamped Books with my Cricut machine. Your imagination can soar high with this project. There is no set SVG file for it – you can write out your own book titles using any font you have, such as Courier.

These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.

Christmas is such a beautiful time of the year. I really get into it, and that’s why I always go bananas with all of my Cricut projects. Remember that time I made this super cute Christmas Shopping Shirt? Or how about this Christmas Tree Truck Sign Tutorial?

I hope you’ll enjoy making these Cricut Christmas Stamped Books! They’re absolutely gorgeous and make for an easy DIY!

You can make these projects and more!

Materials and Tools:

These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.

Instructions:

Begin by lightly sanding the edges of your cut wooden boards. You may want to give each board a bit of a curve to replicate the spine of a book.

Apply paint and/or stain to the wooden “books.” If using paint, we recommend using one with a matte finish, but it may require 2-3 coats. If staining, be sure to stain in a well ventilated area. Allow 24-48 hours for stain to completely dry and soak into the wood. If staining, be sure to add a layer of Mod Podge. If there is no barrier between stain and vinyl, the oils in the stain will break down the adhesive on the vinyl.

These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.

Once paint/sealant is dry, prepare the design/words onto Design Space. Using the text layer, add any phrase you’d like for the book and adjust the sizing. To get the faux farmhouse stamped look, use a font that is similar to a stencil or store bought stamp. We love Courier and Special Elite fonts to achieve this look.

Using the “Letter Spacing” option, resize the spacing of the letters, depending on how you would like them to look. Adjust the sizing of the word as well to approximately half an inch tall (width will adjust accordingly depending on length of design).

Hit “Make It.” Adjust the machine’s setting/material dial to vinyl. Load the Oracle 651 (ie.: your permanent vinyl) into the machine on the green or blue light grip mat. Hit “Go.”

These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.

Once the cut is complete, weed the vinyl off using your weeding tool.

These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.

Once the design is completely weeded cut off, apply a piece of transfer tape the same size of the vinyl. Be sure to use pressure when applying the transfer tape – you may do this with the scraper tool.

Turn the entire design face down and begin to gently apply pressure and pull the vinyl’s carrier sheet off and away from the transfer tape. The vinyl will be left solely on the transfer tape.

Place the vinyl and transfer tape to the right-side of the “spine” of the wooden “book.” Once you are happy with the location of the design, apply pressure by smoothing the design over with the scraper tool.

These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.

Once pressure has been applied, slowly remove transfer tape. Repeat for all wooden blocks.

Stack finished books on top of each other. Use twine or ribbon to hold them all together. Add festive embellishments, if desired.

These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.

Christmas Stamped Books with Cricut

These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.

Instructions

  1. Begin by lightly sanding the edges of your cut wooden boards. You may want to give each board a bit of a curve to replicate the spine of a book.
  2. Apply paint and/or stain to the wooden “books.” If using paint, we recommend using one with a matte finish, but it may require 2-3 coats. If staining, be sure to stain in a well ventilated area. Allow 24-48 hours for stain to completely dry and soak into the wood. If staining, be sure to add a layer of Mod Podge. If there is no barrier between stain and vinyl, the oils in the stain will break down the adhesive on the vinyl.
  3. Once paint/sealant is dry, prepare the design/words onto Design Space. Using the text layer, add any phrase you’d like for the book and adjust the sizing. To get the faux farmhouse stamped look, use a font that is similar to a stencil or store bought stamp. We love Courier and Special Elite fonts to achieve this look.
  4. Using the “Letter Spacing” option, resize the spacing of the letters, depending on how you would like them to look. Adjust the sizing of the word as well to approximately half an inch tall (width will adjust accordingly depending on length of design).
  5. Hit “Make It.” Adjust the machine’s setting/material dial to vinyl. Load the Oracle 651 (ie.: your permanent vinyl) into the machine on the green or blue light grip mat. Hit “Go.”
  6. Once the cut is complete, weed the vinyl off using your weeding tool.
  7. Once the design is completely weeded cut off, apply a piece of transfer tape the same size of the vinyl. Be sure to use
    pressure when applying the transfer tape - you may do this with the scraper tool.
  8. Turn the entire design face down and begin to gently apply pressure and pull the vinyl’s carrier sheet off and away from
    the transfer tape. The vinyl will be left solely on the transfer tape.
  9. Place the vinyl and transfer tape to the right-side of the “spine” of the wooden “book.” Once you are happy with the
    location of the design, apply pressure by smoothing the design over with the scraper tool.
  10. Once pressure has been applied, slowly remove transfer tape. Repeat for all wooden blocks.
  11. Stack finished books on top of each other. Use twine or ribbon to hold them all together. Add festive embellishments, if desired.

You can make these projects and more!

These Christmas Stamped Books are made with the help of a Cricut machine. They give off a farmhouse-style flair and are really easy to put together.
Longing for an easy holiday craft? Take out your Cricut! I’ve got a fun one for you. These Christmas Stamped Books are made with wooden blocks, paint/stain and a simple Cricut design.
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