Don’t you hate it when you see a million Cricut project ideas on Pinterest or blogs and then when you go to want to make something, you instantly go blank?
Well, that totally happens to me too! So, I wanted to create a roundup of some amazing Cricut project ideas that you can refer to if you ever need inspiration
All of them link to tutorials that you can follow and adapt to whatever design you would like – check out all our free SVG designs here.
1. DIY Mugs
2. Make your own shirt with HTV
3. Reverse canvas home decor sign
4. How to make gift tags with a Cricut
5. Create your own planner stickers
…or if you are super artsy you can hand draw your own like this:
Don’t miss this freebie!
Make sure you download the printable PDF that contains even more ideas and room for you to add your own from our Free Resource Library.
6. Make an etched wine bottle with your Cricut
7. Cricut wedding decor ideas
8. DIY Welcome Mat
9. Oversized Wall Prints
10. How to Create a Wall decal with Your Cricut
11. DIY Leather Keychain Tutorial
12. Personalized Tumbler
13. Monogrammed Rain Boots
14. Cricut Made Cake Topper Tutorial
15. Homemade Christmas Ornaments Using a Cricut
16. Custom Pillows
17. DIY Organization Labels
18. Car Decal Tutorial
19. Canvas Banners with a Cricut
20. Baby Headbands
21. Creative Vinyl Nail Art
22. Leather Pouches
23. Temporary Tattoos
24. Home Decor
25. DIY Farmhouse Sign
(via The Mountain View Cottage)
She ordered this white vinyl decal from Etsy, but you could create your own with one of our designs! (via Uncommon Designs)
26. Paper Flowers
27. Party Banners
28. Dollar Tree Hack: DIY Farmhouse Dishes
Hope you enjoyed this list of Cricut project ideas and tutorials! They are great inspiration for how you can put our free svg files to use in SO many different ways. What are you excited to try?
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20 thoughts on “25+ Amazing Cricut Project Ideas to Try [Free Printable]”
Such an awesome round up of ideas! Thanks for including mine!
Of course – thank you! I LOVE your projects and if you ever need a free svg design for one you know where to find us 🙂
Thank you for developing this. Very informative and I can’t wait to try them all!!!!
You’re very welcome – glad you found it inspiring!
thank you so much for sharing all this. What a great site.
You’re very welcome – thanks for your support and kind words!
Do you accept svg files others have created and would like to share?
Hi Anna! Great question – Send me an email with the designs you would like to share and I’ll take a look! [email protected]
Thank you so much for all the ressources you are sharing with us. I am a new cricut owner and I did not know where to start. You are making it easier.
That is so great to hear and definitely my goal!
wow cant wait to try some of these xx fab ideas xx love them x
Thanks so much for all the ideas and resources you are sharing. I’m starting to get a bit overwhelmed with all the stuff people are wanting me to make for them now. You’ve definitely made that a lot easier for me.
That’s amazing to hear – thank you!
For the “All is bright” canvas project, what did you use for the stencil? The stencil vinyl is very flimsy and yours was more rigid. Thank you for all of the great ideas!!!
Hi! It was not my project. Check out the link in the post to the full project.
Excited to get started with these projects!!
Thank you so much for your kindness and sharing!
Loved, loved learning about and trying the Rae Dunn inspired bowls (I also did coffe cups). I followed everything to a tee. They turned out so cute! But, I felt that if I were to give these away to others, I had to test them. I found out that they are not dishwasher safe. Any recommendations on how to make them be, so the sharpie paint doesn’t come off?
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Thank you for share these great projects!