“What can you make with a Cricut Maker?” Let’s find out with these amazing 35 Cricut Maker projects!
Aww… the Cricut Maker, one of my favorite things! Is it your’s too or are you a newbie and the Cricut Maker is sitting in your craft room collecting dust?
Well, no matter what end of the spectrum you are on, I have found some great Cricut Maker projects to inspire you to make your first project or to get the most out of it.
If you are on the fence make sure to browse through my Which Cricut is Right for You post.
The Cricut Maker differs from the Cricut Explore Air in that it has an adaptive tool system. These Cricut Maker tools and blades can be swapped out on the same project! You also don’t need to buy housing for each blade. Read all about the Cricut Maker blades here.
With the expanded Cricut tool system, you are able to work with so many different materials while still getting intricate cuts. Think paper crafts, home decor, wood projects, vinyl decals, sewing projects, Infusible Ink crafts, and so much more!
I broke the Cricut Maker ideas down into three different categories based on what tool is used: Cricut rotary blade, knife blade, scoring wheel (some of them use more than one), wavy blade, engraving tip, perforation blade, and debossing tip.
All of these projects can also be made with the Cricut Maker 3!
Every Cricut machine uses Cricut Design Space. If you are new to making Cricut projects, make sure to browse through my getting started with Cricut Design Space 101 post.
Simply click on the purple text above the picture to hop on over to the blogger’s step by step tutorial of these top projects. Some of the Cricut Maker crafts will offer a free template or free SVG files while others will point you to Cricut Access.
If you are wondering what else you need with a Maker, make sure to check out my must have accessories for the Cricut Maker.
Ok, let’s get inspired by these fun Cricut Maker crafts!
Cricut Maker Sewing Projects
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If you are a seamstress, then using the rotary blade to cut a ton different types of fabrics is probably what you are looking for. There really are a ton of Cricut Maker crafts to make using fabric from faux leather to denim and a sewing machine!
Adorable leather baby moccasins from SeeLindsay.com. This would be a great idea as a gift at a baby shower!
You could sew a cute pieced-together Valentine pillow from Heatherhandmade.com.
Using a Cricut Maker is a great way to whip up a personalized pencil pouch! Easily cut fabric with the rotary blade and then personalize it with heat transfer vinyl and a Cricut EasyPress.
Make a cute frosted donut hot pad with help from AmberSimmons.com.
Get ready for spring with a colorful mini Cricut Maker quilt with this great tutorial from SwoodsonSays.com.
Make your own buffalo plaid personalized stockings.
You can make a leather wallet with help from CraftingintheRain.com to keep your important things in!
Making a Neapolitan quilt is easier with a Cricut Maker from Chambrayblues.com.
Or this DIY baby quilt from AmberSimmons.com would be so fun to put together and would also make a great gift.
Embellish skirts with a cute DIY border print by Heatherhandmade.com.
One of my favorite Cricut sewing projects to make is free with the Cricut Maker is personalied zipper pouches.
Cricut Maker Rotary Blade No-Sew Projects
So maybe you still love working with fabric, but you don’t own a sewing machine! No problem there are still cute Cricut Maker projects that use the rotary blade but don’t require any sewing skills!
Banners always top my list of easy projects that you can make with a Cricut machine. Check out this cute birthday banner from Doodlecraftblog.com.
I love these DIY floral monogram letters using felt flowers from HappinessisHandmade.net.
Cutting felt with the Cricut is an easy way to make DIY poinsettias.
Learn how to make a crepe paper ranunculus from CraftingintheRain.com.
Cricut Maker Knife Blade Projects
One of the best things about the Cricut Maker machine is its ability to cut thicker materials like thin wood.
Enter the Cricut Maker knife blade. Use it to cut chipboard, balsa wood, basswood, or wood veneer.
There are so many ways to use the knife blade that you probably haven’t thought about. I hope some of these Cricut Maker ideas inspire you to try using it!
DIY Letterboard from Doodlecraftblog.com.
DIY desk organizers would be a fun project and keep you organized from HappinessisHomemade.com.
Make your own rustic Easter napkin rings out of thick materials like chipboard.
A DIY Americana sign is easy wall art to make from EverydayPartymag.com. Signs are also great Cricut crafts to sell around the holidays!
Making a puzzle from a photo is a great project using chipboard and the Cricut knife blade.
Make a wood sign to put in a wreath to kick your home decor up a notch with the knife blade.
Cut foam to make a sweet DIY unicorn headband from homefaithfamily.com.
Make your own cake toppers from Printable Crush.
Or diamond cupcake toppers from ACoastalBride.com.
You can make a DIY embroidery hoop spring wreath from TheQuietGrove.com.
Any little girl would love a DIY dress-up doll from sisterssuitcaseblog.com.
Learn how to make a wooden bookmark from Amber-Oliver.com.
A simple leather luggage tag from EverydayPartymag.com
Or leather hair accessories from GYCTdesigns.com.
Chipboard is a cheap and easy way to make a large wall sign.
Making a leather journal has never been easier than with the Cricut Maker.
Cricut Maker Scoring Wheel Projects
You can get two different scoring wheels with the Cricut Maker as opposed to the scoring stylus for the Cricut Explore line.
There is a single and a double scoring wheel depending on how thick the material you are using that help create perfect folds. And one of the best things is that the Cricut Maker even tells you which one you need for each project!
Make your own cute DIY holiday cards from Scrapbookupdate.com.
Any little girl would love these glittery mermaid tail party favors from EverydayPartymag.com. Or they would make adorable party favors for baby showers too!
Make personalized party favor boxes with the Cricut double scoring wheel and draw and cut function.
A perfect hug & kisses anniversary gift from TheQuietGrove.com
Making a DIY storage box for kids is easy by DukesandDuchesses.com.
I love this beautiful DIY leather watercolor travel journal from thecraftedsparrow.com.
Making all of the small adorable houses on this DIY Christmas hoop wreath from My Sister’s Suitcase is possible with the Cricut scoring wheel.
There are also quite a few more blades available for purchase so make sure to check out my post all about the new Cricut Maker blades to learn more about each individual blade.
The last four blades/tips are part of the quickswap tools where you only need one housing and can swap out the tips.
Cricut Maker Wavy Blade Projects
Make a cute wavy monogram onesie.
Cricut Engraving Tip Projects
The engraving tip is fun to use on metal, acrylic, and even leather.
Learn how to make a light up engraved acrylic sign.
Make adorable birth start engraved aluminum signs.
This engraved charm bracelet from Laurascraftylife.com is such a great present for any woman in your life.
Engrave some gorgeous keychains as HappinessisHomemade.net did.
Cricut Debossing Project Ideas
The debossing tip can be used on cardstock, leather, kraft board and more to create a fun embellishment!
Make some personalized napkin holders with the debossing tip.
Make super sparkly and cute gift card holders with different tools in this tutorial from HappinessisHomemade.net.
Create an adorable textured Valentine’s Day bookmarks from Sustainmycrafthabit.com.
Make adorable textured paper birdhouses using the debossing tip and scoring wheel from Lydi Out Loud.
Cricut Perforation Blade Project Ideas
You can make fun tickets and cards with the perforation blade.
Make a coupon book for parents or kids with the help of the perforation blade and different Cricut products.
Aren’t these Cricut Maker projects amazing?? I was so inspired by all of these wonderful projects just writing this post and reading all of the great tutorials on things you can make with a Cricut Maker.
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It definitely made me want to stop typing on my computer and go craft instead. Which is what I’m going to do right now!
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a creative day!