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Don’t let your time at home go to waste, get crafting and working on all those projects you’ve put off. We’ve rounded up the top 10 Cricut Projects to make at home!
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Top 10 Cricut Projects to make at home
These Cricut projects are great for using what you have at home or finishing up projects you’ve been putting off. So use this extra time at home and dive in to your craftiness! Make sure you check out the Cricut website to stock up on any machines or materials that you might need.
Print Then Cut Cricut Project
If your calendar needs some sprucing up, make some of these Print then Cut Calendar magnets to help keep you on track and make your calendar a little cuter!
This is the perfect project to make while you for your own baby or to have on hand as a gift! Tastefully Frugal has the steps for the Cricut project laid out for you!
Housewife Eclectic has amazing felt projects you can make with your Cricut maker! These are sure to help keep little hands and imaginations busy.
If you have a Disney trip coming up, you definitely need to have personalized Disney shirts! The Crafty Lumberjacks show you how to make this cute Cricut project with iron-on.
There is no need to get bored with the clothes and accessories you have. Just update them and make the a little more YOU with some quick personalization. Craft Box Girls show you how to make your shoes a little more fun!
This is an adorable card from Hello Creative Family that is fun and easy to make! You probably have everything you need at home!
Giggles Galore created these colorful and cute Rainbow Bookends that will brighten up any room or shelf!
We all need a little happiness in our home, so make this cute Spring Banner to give your mantle some spring cheer!
Make sure you’re keeping all those adventures in one place so when you need to take them back to the library, you have them all. Frugal Ginger shows you how to make this cute DIY Library Tote using Cricut iron-on.
If you’ve been waiting to try out your stash of Infusible Ink, A Mom’s Impression is showing you how to make fun Infusible Ink Coasters! She walks you through all the steps so you know exactly what you’re doing!
Have you been using this extra home time to craft and create? If you have make sure you let us know in comments what you are working on. Also be sure to let us know if you are going to make any of these Cricut Projects. We can’t wait to see your crafting adventures!