Top 5 Amazing Crafts made with the Cricut Maker!


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Top 5 Amazing Crafts made with the Cricut Maker!


The Cricut Maker is my favorite crafting tool of all time. I absolutely love it! I love the versatility of the adaptive tools and the range of things you can make with the machine.

I love my Cricut Maker and use it nearly daily. It's perfect for party decorations and favors, great for handmade gifts, perfect for shirt making, and home decor! It's a must have tool for teachers, crafters and quilters.


Cricut Maker Machine


The Cricut Maker has a range of tools that only work with the Maker.

Knife Blade
Wavy Cut Blade
Scoring Wheel
Double Scoring Wheel
Rotary Cutting Blade
Debossing Tool
Engraving Tool
Perforation Blade

The Cricut Maker is a great investment into a home business and I've got a couple posts on making money at home with Cricut.

Check out this post on ways to make money with the Cricut (all information can be applied to the Cricut Maker)
5 Ways to Make Money with Cricut Explore Air 2: start a business at home with the Cricut Maker or Explore Air 2.

And this post on 100 Cricut projects to sell:



Leather Mini Journals
These darling little journals I designed are my favorite. They stay clasped in place with a little pen. This project is made using the scoring wheel on the Cricut Maker. Then iron-on vinyl applied to the front.




Mother's Day Pop Up Heart Card
This pop up card is one of my favorite projects I designed in Cricut Design Space! I love that little heart. This cute card features the scoring wheel and the Cricut Maker.




Leather Name Keychains
These custom name keychains double as gift tags. They are cut on the Cricut Maker using the knife blade. Then foil iron-on vinyl is pressed on the top.




Positive Affirmations Card
This cute card is a great reminder to anyone having a rough day. It uses the Debossing tip, Wavy cut blade, perforation blade, Pens and Fine Tip Blade. I love the wavy blade!




Letterboard DIY
The letters for this letterboard were made using the Cricut Maker. The foam letters and chipboard are easy to cut using the knife blade.




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