100 Cricut Projects to Sell to Make Money with Cricut Maker


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100 Cricut Projects to Sell to Make Money from Home--with the Cricut Maker!

Let's talk about making money from home.  Everyone could use a little extra income--right?  I love that I have found ways to earn income from the comfort of raising my children and wearing pajamas.

I usually like to have a few avenues of income coming in...and this is one of my favorites.  Do you have a Cricut Machine yet?  I love my Cricut Maker, it's amazing and definitely worth its weight in gold.  Apart from its value, I still like to have my Cricut work for me...it needs to pay rent for sitting on my desk and taking up space.

I love making money from home and using a Cricut to do it!  There's lots of ways to do it.   Just like any business venture, there is initial investments and costs...and no guarantee for success, but I'd love to share how I've made it work for me.

Step One:  

Buy a Cricut Machine.  (If you can swing it, get the Maker--it's 10X the power and has the adaptive tool set...great for the knife blade, scoring tools and fabric rotary blade)

If you don't get the maker, you'll always wish you did.  Sorry.  The Maker is about $399, sometimes you can find a better price or a giant bundle with it.  I love this bundle.

It's great to get a bundle because then you have some supplies to get started.  It's a great way to get going.

Cricut Maker Machine

Step Two:

Join all the Cricut fan facebook groups.  They are a great way to get inspiration, ask questions and surround yourself with others that have made Cricut their business.  I've got a group here, just fill out the questions and ask to join!

Step Three:

Start making things!  Maybe all you can start with is something simple, like a bumper sticker.  Make just one and take fabulous pictures of it.

Then post it for sale.  When it sells, have your machine cut one more out, ready to ship.  Bumper stickers are perfect because they are simple and cheap to ship.  You'll need Vinyl and Transfer Tape.

More tips on selling on this post: 5 ways to make money with the Cricut.  Once money starts coming in, you can invest in new supplies and things like the EasyPress 2 and BrightPad.
 

Step Four:

Now branch out and make all the things!  If you ever make an item for a gift or for yourself, make one extra to sell.

Then take pictures and post for sale.  Repeat the process and enjoy success!  For more ideas on how or where to sell, check this post.


Here's 100 Cricut Crafts to Make and Sell!



1. Custom Letterboards



2. Polka Dot Faux Leather Bags



3. Animal Shirts



4. Fabric Buntings



5. Leather Book Cover Journals



6. Monogram Necklace



7. Holographic Iron On Totes



8. Terra Cotta Pots



9. Iron on Design Baby Onesies




10. Patterned Iron on Sea Turtle Bag



11. Craft Foam Bookmarks




12. Water Bottles



13. SportFlex Iron on Swimwear



14. Leather Keychains



15. Iron on Pillow Cover



16. Fruit Shirt




17. Glass Etched Mugs



18. Christmas Vinyl Decor



19. Leather Earrings



20. Custom Costumes



21. Tropical Tray



22. Iron On Straw Bag



23. Metallic Polka Dot Shirts



24. Wooden Painted Signs



25. Glitter Iron On Tote



26. Out of School Shirt



27. Watercolor and Vinyl Calligraphy



28. Funny Shirts



29. Iron On Hat



30. Holiday Shirts



31. Vinyl Sign



32. Bumper Stickers



33. Vacation Shirts (don't sell shirts with copyrighted images)
 


Here's a tutorial on designing your own custom logos--great for family reunions or vacation spots



34. No Soliciting Signs



35. Baby Tie Onesies



36. Holiday Wall Art



37. Patterned Iron On Shirts



38. Flower Wreath



39. Treasure Map Totes



40. Letterboard Flowers



41. Handmade Pop Up Cards



42. Paper chains



43. Vinyl Wall Quotes



44. Silhouette Images



45. Glass Etched Frame




46. Party Favors



47. Metallic Geek Pillow



48. Pencil Cases




49. Canister Labels 



50. Ornaments



51. Decorated Home Decor



52. Vinyl on Notebooks



53. Metallic Iron On Journals



54. Unicorn Hat



55. Holiday Iron-on Design Shirts



56. Iron On Cosmetic Bags



57. Light Luminarie



58. Just Married Cling



59. Iron On Corkboard



60. Cake Topper



61. Wall Art Vinyl



62. Funny Embellished Totes



63. Freezer Paper and Painted Shirt



64. Ornate Door Details



65. Iron On Designs Tote



66. Turn Kid Artwork into Shirts



67. Family Rules Sign



68. Tribal Flower Pot



69. Rolled Paper Flower Wreath



70. This Way Arrows



71. Home Vinyl Sign



72. State Love Shirts



73. Layered Iron On Tote



74. Pennant Banner



Plus, 25 more that even I haven't done yet!!!


75. Iron on Socks
76. Flower backdrop
77. Vinyl Mugs
78. 3D Wall Art or Animal Bust
79. Leather Bracelet
80. Wallet
81. Fabric Handbag
82. Pieced Baby Blanket
83. Fabric Coin Purse
84. Felt Coasters
85. Felt Flowers
86. Gift Boxes
87. Stencils
88. Paper Flower Bouquets
89. Coloring Books
90. Decals for Custom Cars
91. Greeting Cards
92. Home Decor
93. Magnet Board
94. Wall Plaques
95. Custom Composition Books
96. Craft Foam Shapes
97. Custom Bulletin Board
98. Felt Toys
99. Fabric Ornaments
100. Wood Puzzles

For 5 Great Ways to Make Money with the Cricut check this post:


Buying a Cricut Maker is totally worth the investment--and it's a great way to make some extra money from home!

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