Close to My Heart, Cricut, Holiday

Coffee Christmas Shirts with Cricut Templates

Many of you know that I have a love for all things coffee. As I was creating Christmas shirts this year, I knew that I wanted something to show my love for the warm hug in a mug. Today, I am sharing two Christmas coffee shirt designs with you and giving you a few tips for using Cricut Templates when you create your own.


This first design is a reflection of my love for coffee and my husband’s love for Christmas lights. Yes, we have blown a few fuses in our day.

The words were cut from black Everyday iron-On & a Rustic Lodge patterned iron-on. I love the look of pattern iron-on. To add a little bit of glitz, I cut the lights from scraps of Glitter with a white everyday iron-on backing.

If you wish to recreate this shirt, you will need to have Cricut Access or purchase the following images. There is also a font you will need to upload for this design. If you don’t have time to create the image, you can purchase my pre-made Cricut Design Space design.


  • Christmas Lights MD77B2DC
  • Christmas Trees M274225DD
  • Favorite Color is .. M26EA4B28
  • Lights Christmas MC97D677
  • Coffee M8B36EEB
  • Ampersand M7D72491
  • Cute Rita Font

This is not an SVG. You will need to own the images & fonts listed above to cut out the pre-made design.


The second shirt is one of my favorites. You might have seen my sassy Instagram reel this week in place of my weekly Monday Coffee meme.

I am not a huge fan of glitter, so I only added a little on the coffee beans and stars. This shirt was simple to make with everyday white iron-on and silver glitter iron-on.

If you wish to recreate this shirt, you will need Cricut Access or purchase the images listed. If you don’t have time to make this design, you can purchase mine. You will still need to own the images and fonts shown to cut out the images.


  • Christmas M8AE3B68
  • More Coffee MB35CA60
  • DTC Spring Break (Cricut Font)
  • Stars M26FA0283
  • Star M91931BE
  • Coffee Beans M8EAA473

This is not an SVG. You will need to own the images & fonts listed above to cut out the pre-made design.


As you create your Christmas Coffee shirts, you are going to want to use the Templates tool in Cricut Design Space. If you are new to Templates, here is a quick Five Minute tutorial for you.

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I hope that today’s project inspired you to dust of the Cricut machine and use it to start creating a few of your own Christmas Coffee shirts. If you have any questions about the projects above or the supplies I used, please feel free to comment below.

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