Have you ever wondered how to make money with a vinyl cutter? Starting a Cricut craft business can be a fun endeavor if you know what you should sell!
If you own a Cricut or other die cutting machine, you might be wondering if you could make a little extra money with it. The answer is Yes!
There are a ton of people who make a good amount of money selling personalized party favors, vinyl decals, signs, pillows, really anything. I actually first started out by selling handmade items.
If you are wondering what the best cutting machine for a small business is, I might be a little biased since I only have ever owned Cricuts. But I have owned three over the past 8 years or so!
I have a few posts all about the Cricut Explore and all about the Cricut Maker if you are interested in which one would be better suited for your needs.
When you first get a Cricut you will definitely need to make a bunch of projects to get to know you’re machine and what you can make for people. You want to make sure you can make something well before you promise it to a client.
If you need help getting started in Cricut Design Space, make sure to browse through my CDS 101 series.
To help get you started with a Cricut craft business, I rounded up some easy Cricut crafts you can make to sell. All of these crafts are linked to a step by step tutorial so click on “Continue Reading” to hop on over to the tutorial.
Making personalized Starbucks cups are cheap and easy with three different FREE editable SVG templates and a full video tutorial on how to edit them! Perfect for teachers, co workers, family members, sports teams, etc.
Thank you so much for sharing your crafts! I love your step by step tutorials both on video and written instructions. I have a question. If we were to make any of these crafts for selling purposes, where do you usual suggest to market them? Thank you
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