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Paper Geometric Christmas Ornaments

3D Paper Geometric Christmas Ornaments -These Cricut paper ornaments are easy to make with a Cricut machine, and a free design. 

3D Paper Geometric Christmas Ornaments -Easy to make with a Cricut machine, and a free design. Spray paint and add glitter in any colours to match your Christmas decor.

Make easy Cricut paper ornaments this Christmas.  These pretty 3D paper geometric Christmas ornaments are really easy to make with a Cricut machine.  These machines make any kind of cutting project super easy.  

Today I’m joining with some of my Canadian blogging friends to show you some beautiful Christmas ornaments made with Cricut machines, and giving you the chance to win your very own!  At the bottom of the post you’ll find all the other projects, and your chance to win.

3D Paper Geometric Christmas Ornaments in gold, and copper3d Geometric Christmas Ornament Free Cricut Pattern

To make this ornament, find the free Cricut template here.  You can adjust the size of the shapes in the Design Space if you’d like to.  And then follow regular Cricut procedure -use a sticky mat, adhere your card stock to it, load the paper, and make sure your machine is set for card stock.  

For this project you need to make sure to use the scoring tool first, it will then signal you to change to the cutting blade (for the Cricut Explore Model).

3D Paper Geometric Christmas Ornament free Cricut pattern

Once your ornament is all cut out, remove it from the mat.  The Cricut will score and cut the paper for you, and all you have to do is fold it along the scored lines and glue it together.  

Glue The Ornament Together

I found hot glue is the quickest and easiest way to glue them.  For ornaments, while you’re gluing it together also hot glue a piece of clear thread in a loop to hang it from when it’s all finished.

Cut out 3D Paper Geometric Cricut Christmas Ornaments

Paint And Add Some Sparkle

After that I spray painted some metallic colours, I found it was much cheaper to spray paint the finished ornament made from regular card stock, than buy special card stock, especially if you have some spray paint on hand.  I also added a little glitter, since it’s Christmas and you know we love a little glitter around here.

Gold, silver, and copper 3D Paper Geometric Christmas Ornaments

These are really inexpensive to make, and look so great on the Christmas tree.

Christmas tree with 3d geometric paper ornaments

how to make a 3D Paper Geometric Christmas Ornament on your Cricut machine

They’d also be great as gift toppers or table decor for the holidays.  You could make them in any colour to fit your Christmas decor -but this year I’m still loving the mixed metals.

how to make 3d paper Christmas Ornaments

More DIY Christmas Ornament Inspiration

You might also like our Cricut Wood Feather Ornaments here.

Cricut Wood Feather Ornament: see how to cut wood using your Cricut machine. Includes a free cut file for this wood feather Christmas ornament.

Also check out Mini Macrame Christmas Ornaments here.

Mini Macrame Christmas Ornaments: Easy DIY Macrame Ornament tutorial, perfect for the beginner. No macrame experience required.

You might also enjoy our Cement Star Christmas Ornament here.

Now it’s time to check out the other great Christmas Cricut Ornaments from my Canadian blogging friends!


From top left, they are:

Christmas Garland from The Learner Observer

3D Christmas Tree from Woman in Real Life

Star Ornament from The Inspired Home

Penguin Ornament from A Boy and His Mom

Handlettered Ornaments from Teacups and Things

Paper House Christmas Ornament from Fresh Crush

Easy Christmas Ornaments from Sparkle Shiny Love

3D Snowflake Ornament from Brooklyn Berry Designs

Mini Deer Pallet Ornament from Love Create Celebrate

3D Gingham Trees from Rambling Renovators

Glitter Monogram Snow Globe Ornaments from Bawlers and Crawlers

Paper Geometric Christmas Ornaments from Life is a Party

Atomic Starburst Ornaments from PMQ for Two




  1. I would use it for ALL of my greeting cards….I just LOVE sending people cards (the good old fashioned way)! Thanks for a great giveaway!

  2. I think it’s genius that you spray-painted the cardstock! And I just love how you used the glitter, too!!! These are really amazing, and totally something I would buy at a store!!

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