Affiliate Disclosure: As an Amazon associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.
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!
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.
Cricut Tutorials Step 3 : Video on How to Iron on Vinyl!!
Custom t-shirts are always a big seller! The more you can personalize them the better. Here is a step by step tutorial on how to design, cut, weed, and iron on HTV to a shirt.
Cricut Graduation Party Ideas: Personalized Cap and Napkins!
Any kind of personalized party favors for graduations, birthdays, weddings, baby showers, etc. There are so many ways to customize napkins, favors, decorations and cups.
Download Fonts to Cricut Design Space to Create Truly Unique Designs!
Koozies are great party favors too. Perfect for bachelor/bachelorette parties. They are cheap to buy and easy to make!
Watch Me Whip - Oven Mitt Gift Idea With Cricut Our Crafty Mom
Making cute gift packs around the holidays are perfect at a craft fair.
DIY Glitter Christmas Candles • To Work With My Hands
DIY Christmas decorations would be a great item to sell around the holidays.
DIY Medal Hanger: Make a Cute Sign to Display Medals with FREE SVG Files
I made about 20 of these and they sold well. Kids or marathon runners have so many medals nowadays and giving them an easy place to store them is key!
How to Make a Super Easy DIY Leather Wallet with the Cricut Maker
Personalized wallets would be a cute item to sell.
How to Make Cricut Vinyl on Mugs | The Crafty Blog Stalker
People love custom and fun mugs and when you can buy pretty decent mugs at the Dollar Store the profit is good!
Free SVG Files for Cricut Design Space ~ Cute Wine Sayings!
Custom wine glasses are always a big hit and again easy and cheap to make.
Narwhal Gifts: Using the New Cricut EasyPress Mini!
Kids adore personalized items. Adding a name to stuffed animals would be a great seller in an online store.
Personalized Lunch Bags: Back to School Projects with Cricut
I used to buy personalized Pottery Barn lunch boxes before I had a Cricut. Now making a personalized lunch bag is so easy!
Applying Vinyl to a Tumbler So That's It's Always Straight!
Custom tumblers are still a huge trend and applying some vinyl to them is super easy.
Glitter Tumbler Step by Step Pics and Video Tutorial!
If you want to go one step further, making glitter tumblers and selling them is a huge business right now.
How to Make a Cheap and Large Mickey Mouse Cut Out!
More party decoration ideas. Making over 30 inch standing figures is fun and brings a party to life!
There you have it, 25 easy things to sell when starting your Cricut craft business! Do you have other best sellers??
If you’d like to save these ideas for later, simply hover over the top left of the image below and PIN It now!
If you need additional resources on the logistics of actually starting a craft business, Cuttingforbusiness.com has a ton of great articles that I read before I started one.
Thanks for stopping by and have a creative day!