50+ Creative Cricut Project Ideas for All Levels

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Would you like to create some Cricut projects? Not sure where to start? Would you like to use materials other than vinyl? Is it worth the investment? Or are you wondering what materials the Cricut can cut? Look no further! We have you covered!

Cricut projects

Cricut projects

When I first got my Cricut machine I was SO blown away!

Part of me wanted to jump in and do everything I could … while the other part of me just wanted to push it in the corner and not have to worry about finding out.

Fortunately, I defied that second urge and had a lot of fun experimenting with it and discovering all the cool things I can do.

Thanks to Cricut for working with us on this post!

I was so excited to see how many of you enjoyed mine Cricut 101 for beginners post – it made me happy to hear some of you say that it really helped you feel less discouraged. It even inspired me to make one Cricut Support Group with my friend Sydney from Tastefully Frugal (come and join in!).

I promise that one day I’ll share some really fun tutorials for different Cricut projects, but today I wanted to focus on two common questions:

What DIY projects can I do with mine? Cricut?

and

What materials can I cut?

Cricut project ideas

I also see a lot of people wondering “Will I use the machine enough to justify the price?”

And hopefully this post helps you answer all three of these questions. I’ve broken this post into different sections based on the material used. This is not an exhaustive list – there are literally unlimited ways to cut with your Cricut!

I was very excited to create this post because it really helped me to see that I was just barely brushing the surface with my machine. Cant wait to use some of the lesser-known materials to create some fun projects for all of you.

I also agree that while this machine is expensive, the fact that it can do so much absolutely justifies the cost. You can make cards, gifts, and even baby moccasins! I’m giving myself a kick because I didn’t use it to address my Christmas cards!

I really feel that if you can do something at home, you can (mostly) save money.

Without further ado, here are over 50 creative and unique projects to do with your Cricut machine (as well as tons of materials to use with it!).

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If you see a ** from a project, it is because it is a project that is in Cricut Design Space.

I also recommend purchasing Cricut Access. You can access all of Cricut’s images, fonts, and project ideas. It costs $ 9.99 a month, and I think it’s perfect for anyone serious about Cricut. Plus, get 10% off Cricut purchases.

** If you print a lot of your projects and have an HP printer then you should check out HP Instant Ink – it’s AMAZING and will save you tons. Here you can get your first month for free!

Cricut Paper Crafts

Cricut bouquet

3D paper bouquet

Do not sew a paper garland

New garland of sewing paper

Cricut napkin rings

Personalized napkin rings

Christmas gift tags

Cricut wrapping paper

Gift wrapping with Cricut

Cricut 3d flowers

How to make 3D flowers

Parchment spring flowers

Parchment spring flowers

Butterfly lampshade

Butterfly lampshade

personalized storybook cricut

DIY personalized storybook **

Planner bags

Planner bags

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Cricut vinyl craft

Cricut has a wide variety of vinyl to choose from and I think it’s excellent quality. However, Expressions Vinyl has some great options too.

Pantry labels

Pantry Labels (here are some other pantry labels we made with the Cricut Joy)

let it snow vinyl board

Let it snow vinyl board

Summer sun coaster

DIY coasters

colorful lattice wall

Playroom accent wall

dry-erase gallery wall

Dry fire gallery wall **

Matching game

Matching game

Table city

Table robot city

Cricut projects

Dry erase speech bubble **

Cricut projects

Blackboard calendar **

Cricut iron on Handicrafts

There are so many amazing irons on crafts that you can do. It is definitely my favorite. Here are some posts that can be helpful if you are just getting started with your ironing:

Here are some of the most popular HTV types:

Iron-on vinyl

Cricut projects

Custom pillows

Cricut projects

Cupid’s heart and quiver

Cricut projects

Denim gift cards

Cricut projects

Pillow cases

Cricut projects

Music tote bag

Cricut projects

Personalized family t-shirts

Cricut projects

Sibling shirts

Cricut projects

Star Table Runner **

Cricut Crafts with craft materials

Washi tape sheets
Craft foam
Glitter paper
Sticker paper

Cricut projects

Washi tape box and bows **

Cricut projects

Tic Tac Toe **

Cricut projects

Easter egg washi tape art

Cricut projects

Play food **

Cricut projects

Planner stickers

Cricut projects

Reindeer decoration

Cricut projects

Washi phone sticker

Cricut projects

3D gift tags

Cricut projects

Hershey kisses sticker

Upcycled Cricut Crafts – –

  • Chipboard
  • Wood
  • Cereal boxes
  • aluminum
  • Aluminum cans – While I was struggling to find someone to do an aluminum can project using the Cricut, I found a few ideas on Pinterest that I think can be easily done using the Cricut. One example is these adorable snowflakes made from aluminum cans.

Cricut projects

Cake toppers

Cricut projects

Magnet board calendar

Cricut projects

Memory book

Cricut projects

DIY lacing cards

Cricut fabric Handicrafts

Printable fabric (super cool)
Felt
denim
flannel
polyester
Burlap
Canvas

Cricut projects

Canvas wall art

Cricut projects

Traditional flannel advent calendar

Cricut projects

Ruffle bag

Cricut projects

Romper or t-shirt

Cricut projects

Fabric printed panel

Cricut projects

Felt advent calendar

Cricut plastic – –

template
Window acetate
silicone
Windows stick
acrylic

Cricut projects

Light box letters

Cricut projects

Serving utensils

Cricut projects

Wall stencils

Cricut Thick Materials Crafts – –

DIY magnetic calendar

Magnetic birthday calendar

Cricut projects

Leather cuff bracelet

DIY leather baby shoes

Magnetic dolls **

Cricut projects

Friendship bracelets

Cricut projects

Leather clutch

Cricut projects

Magnetic picture frames

Cricut projects

Slouchy tote

Cricut projects

Leather baby shoes

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