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DIY Christmas Holiday Flashlight Projections Craft

This past fall I created a popular post about using my Cricut Explore™ (affiliate link) to make a DIY Halloween Flashlight Projection craft. Now I’ve created a new set for Christmas thanks to a request from a reader!

Have a bit of fun this Christmas and create these DIY Flashlight Projection crafts for your kids to play around with. Great for late nights waiting for Santa!

DIY Flashlight Projections craft for Christmas Holiday

The stencils I created are made to fit these Rayovac LED Flashlights or any 2″ diameter flashlight. You can find the stencil design for these Christmas Holiday Flashlight Shapes in the Cricut Design Space™. A little note, the Merry Christmas did not cut well for me so beware that it might fail for you as well. Sorry! If you have flashlights that have smaller diameters, you can edit and resize the shapes to work for you. Another note, the inside of the snowflake will become completely cut out as the small diamonds have no way to stay “affixed” to the margin.

Once you’ve cut the shapes out you can tape them to your flashlight and let your kids have fun! Such an easy and quick holiday craft!

Fun projections for Christmas you can DIY with a flashlight and cutting machine.

My girls love these Christmas projection shapes!

Make your own flashlight projection craft with these DIY Christmas stencils.

Lots of fun shapes to choose for the holiday season!

Enjoy! Be sure to check out my posts for Christmas Scavenger Hunt fun and a Number Mystery Gift Wrapping idea.

Ready for fun on Christmas morning? Start a new family tradition by hiding a gift and giving your kids a Christmas Scavenger hunt clues! Fun for all!  Christmas Wrapping Ideas Number Mystery Gift Opening for Christmas morning fun game  Christmas Scavenger Hunt Clues for hiding Christmas Gifts - great for kids! Free Printable

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  1. This is brilliant! I have never thought to do anything like this, and it’s so festive!!! I bet it can even be made to work on a child’s lavalamp, by cutting out those shapes and wrapping the lamp with something that won’t burn, I bet it would create the most amazing images on the wall to sleep to that helps to bring in the cheer of the holidays.

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