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Get inspired to get your Cricut out of its box with these 35 Cricut Maker projects!
Aww… the Cricut Maker, one of my favorite things! Is it your’s too or are you a newbie and very intimidated by it?
Well, no matter what end of the spectrum you are on, I have found some great Cricut Maker projects to inspire you to do more with it.
I rounded up some amazing projects from my favorite Cricut crafters to show you just what this machine can do. I broke the Cricut ideas down into three different categories based on what tool is used: Cricut rotary blade, knife blade, and the scoring wheel (some of them use more than one).Simply click on the purple text above the picture to hop on over to the blogger’s tutorial. And if you’d like to save all these amazing Cricut Maker projects for later hover over the top right of the image below and PIN It now!
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Ok, let’s get inspired to craft!
Cricut Maker Sewing Projects
Adorable leather baby moccasins from SeeLindsay.com.
You could sew a cute pieced together Valentine pillow from Heatherhandmade.com.
It’s easy to whip up a personalized pencil pouch with the rotary blade.
Make a cute frosted donut hot pad with help from AmberSimmons.com.
Get ready for spring with a colorful mini Cricut Maker quilt from SwoodsonSays.com.
Make your own buffalo plaid personalized stockings.
You can make a leather wallet with help from CraftingintheRain.com.
Make a reversible sleep mask from tryit-likeit.com.
Making a Neapolitan quilt is easier with a Cricut Maker from Chambrayblues.com.
Or a DIY baby quilt from AmberSimmons.com.
Embellish skirts with a cute DIY border print by Heatherhandmade.com.
With the Cricut rotary blade, you can also make a cute Rebecca Minkoff inspired sunnies pouch from rivaladiva.com.
One of my favorite Cricut sewing projects to make is free with the Cricut Maker is personalied zipper pouches.
Rotary Blade No-Sew Projects
Check out this cute birthday banner from Doodlecraftblog.com
I love these DIY floral monogram letters 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
DIY Letterboard from Doodlecraftblog.com.
DIY desk organizers from HappinessisHomemade.com.
Make your own rustic Easter napkin rings.
A DIY Americana sign is easy to make from EverydayPartymag.com.
Make a puzzle from a photo using chipboard and the Cricut 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.
Cricut Maker Scoring Wheel Projects
Make your own cute DIY holiday cards from Scrapbookupdate.com.
Any little girl would love these glittery mermaid tail party favors from EverydayPartymag.com.
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.
Aren’t these projects amazing?? I was so inspired just writing this post and reading all of the great tutorials. 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!