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Looking for crafty inspiration? Well, look no further! These are my Top 7 Cricut Maker Projects that readers have enjoyed in the last year. From beginners to experts, there’s something here for everyone!
I’ve had my Cricut Maker for about a year and I’m still madly in love with it! We’ve had some good times, some bad times (mostly my fault!), but through it all, I could always count on my Maker to bring my projects to life.
I’m rounding up seven of my most popular Cricut Maker Projects based off of readers’ responses here and on social media. If you’re looking for your next best idea, this is a good place to start!
Customized carved tree artwork
This Customized Carved Tree Artwork was my very first project I made with my Cricut Maker and it remains one of my favorites to this day. Cutting such an intricate design from a thin sheet of wood may seem daunting but my Maker was up to the challenge!
You can either make the project exactly as I have pictured below or add a few birds to the branch to symbolize children. Perfect for a wedding or baby shower!
Click HERE for the Customized Carved Tree Artwork tutorial!
Fabric scissors holder
I’m always amazed that the Maker can cut fabric! I’ve sewed for most of my adult life so I know just how precious those sewing scissors are. I used the Cricut Maker to make this little pouch to house my scissors so that my kids don’t accidentally use them to carve wood.
Not only does this fabric scissors holder protect my scissors but it also makes me sing MC Hammer every time I see it. Always a good time in the craft room!
Click HERE for the Fabric Scissors Holder tutorial!
Infusible Ink library tote
Of all the Cricut products I love the most, Infusible Ink is right up there with the Maker! I’ve got three little kids that love to read so having dedicated a library bag is a must.
The super resilient Infusible Ink system guarantees that my library tote will last for many library trips to come!
Click HERE for the Infusible Ink Library Tote tutorial!
Collapsible pencil case
This Collapsible Pencil Case was made with Cricut Everyday Iron-On and totally could have been cut with any of Cricut’s machines. I had the Cricut Maker out for a wood project and figured I might as well just use it for this quick vinyl project too.
Whether your project is simple or complicated, the Maker will be able to handle it!
Click HERE for the Collapsible Pencil Case tutorial!
Debossed teacher keychain
I’ve got to admit that when the Maker Tools came out, I was a bit unsure about what I was going to use the debossing tool for. Then I needed a teacher gift and instantly came up with this Debossed Teacher Keychain!
Love that I was able to make the entire project, from cutting to debossing, all on the Cricut Maker!
Click HERE for the Debossed Teacher Keychain tutorial!
These Halloween Shoes were another project that I was able to cut quickly in between larger projects. I know it’s nowhere near Halloween right now but you could easily customize this tutorial for any shoes!
The Cricut EasyPress Mini is the true guest star of this tutorial. It’s the perfect size for getting into those little sections of the shoe!
Click HERE for the Halloween Shoes tutorial!
Party cup holder with marker
This Party Cup Holder is my latest Cricut project and it’s been one of my most popular ever! It isn’t complicated at all but it’s seriously so practical for parties.
The added “Mark Your Cup” vinyl cut-out I made with my Maker is the icing on the cake!
Click HERE for the Party Cup Holder tutorial!
So, there you have it, my top 7 Cricut Maker projects! As you can see, there’s a wide variety of materials and complexity used in each of the projects. That’s the true magic of the Cricut Maker. Whether you’re cutting through wood or just vinyl, it can adapt to every project!
Can’t wait to see what you make next!
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