Buffalo Plaid is all the rage right now in so many different decor styles. Adding a little touch of buffalo plaid to your holiday decor doesn’t have to be expensive, or purchased in the trendy high-end stores. These festive and easy DIY Buffalo Plaid holiday wall canvas pieces were made using simple supplies you can find right at your local Dollar Tree. With a little help from my Cricut Explore, I had them complete in less than an hour.
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I am super excited to share this post with you today. I have collaborated with 14 very talented bloggers to bring you fun, festive and creative holiday project ideas using your Cricut cutting machine. You can see all of the Christmas Cricut projects at the bottom of this post. Be sure to visit their amazing blogs, and get the inspiration you need to create your own festive holiday project.
Tools And Supplies Needed
- Canvas or Picture Frames
- Buffalo Plaid Wrapping Paper
- Strong Tape or Hot Glue
- Mod Podge
- Craft Paint
- Foam Brush
- Holiday Cut Outs – Images found via Cricut Design Space – (I used 631 vinyl for the deer head, lettering and the Christmas tree because that is what I had. You can use paper or paint the design on using a stencil)
Quick & Easy Assembly
For the two buffalo plaid covered canvas, I simply wrapped them in this adorable wrapping paper that I found at the Dollar Tree. If your local store doesn’t have this pattern, you can also purchase it through Amazon.
Using my Cricut Explore, I cut two of the deer head cutouts, the Christmas tree and the holiday wording using 631 vinyl. The N, E and L of noel were cut using the same buffalo plaid wrapping paper.
*Tip – Turn the dial on your Cricut to custom, locate the wrapping paper setting in the drop menu. This worked perfectly, with no tearing the thin paper.
Since the vinyl itself is already sticky, no glue or other adhesive was needed.
The other two canvases I painted using white craft paint, 2 coats. Once they were completely dry, I applied the wrapping paper letters using mod podge. Coat the back of the paper with mod podge and apply the letters to the canvas. Let them dry for a few minutes, then go over the top of the paper with another thin coat of mod podge, just to secure.
This whole process took less than an hour to make all 4. Simple and inexpensive, yet they look perfect above the mantel. I added the Rae Dunn Inspired Reindeer Ornaments across the mantel to finish the look. I am so happy with the way it all came out. My new fireplace is all decked out in just the right amount of holiday cheer.
If you are a Cricut crafter and love this project, be sure to check out all the other Christmas Cricut Crafts from some very talented bloggers below.
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6 thoughts on “Festive and Easy DIY Buffalo Plaid Holiday Wall Art”
Super cute, Heather. I love the deer heads! The plaid wrapping paper is the perfect addition for the holidays. Can’t wait to try and make them!
You’re right…and so smart! Buffalo is so popular in Christmas decor and kudos to you for coming up with pretty and creative ideas that everyone can afford!
How cute! I am obsessed with Buffalo Check. Infact my Christmas tree is buffalo check. Thank you so much for joining us this month for the challenge. I hope to see you back crafting again in January.
I love these and how easy is that with the wrapping paper. You have all of the best ideas. I really love the Santa Approved plate too. LOL!
Deer at Christmas is so special so I think your Buffalo Check Plaid wall art is perfect! I love your crafts so much and admire you.
Love love love all these Christmas craft ideas. You really rock that circuit machine.