100 Cricut Projects to Sell to Make Money with Cricut Maker

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If you’ve been considering starting a Cricut business, then you’re in the right place! In this article, I’ll share with you all my tricks and tips to help you kickstart your journey to financial freedom with Cricut. With the power of Cricut Maker, you can create amazing crafts to sell and make money. So, let’s dive into the steps you need to take to get started!

Step One: Get your Cricut Machine

To begin your Cricut business, the first step is to purchase a Cricut machine. While the Maker 3 comes with a hefty price tag, it’s worth the investment as it offers 10 times the power and has an adaptive tool set. This makes it perfect for using the knife blade, scoring tools, and fabric rotary blade. However, if the Maker 3 is out of your budget, you can still start with a different model and upgrade later. Just keep in mind that you may wish you had the Maker from the start!

Step Two: Join Cricut Fan Facebook Groups

Joining Cricut fan Facebook groups is a fantastic way to get inspired, ask questions, and connect with others who have turned their love for Cricut into a thriving business. These groups are filled with like-minded individuals who share their experiences and expertise. If you’re looking for a group to join, I’ve even created one myself! Simply fill out the questions and request to join.

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Step Three: Start Creating and Selling

Now that you’ve got your Cricut machine and joined the Cricut fan community, it’s time to start making things! You can begin with simple projects such as bumper stickers. Create one and take fabulous pictures of it to showcase your work. Once you have pictures, post them for sale. Whenever an order comes in, have your machine cut another one ready to ship. Bumper stickers are ideal because they are simple to make and inexpensive to ship. You’ll just need vinyl and transfer tape to get started.

As your sales grow, you can invest in new supplies like the Cricut EasyPress 2 and Cricut Brightpad. These tools will help you expand your craft range and create even more unique and high-quality products. And if you’re ready to take it big, check out the Cricut Autopress, which I haven’t tried yet but seems promising!

Step Four: Expand Your Product Range

Once you’ve established a solid foundation with bumper stickers, it’s time to get creative and expand your product range. Whenever you make an item for yourself or as a gift, make an extra one to sell. Take stunning pictures of your creations and post them for sale. By repeating this process, you’ll continue to enjoy success and grow your Cricut business.

For more ideas on what to make and where to sell your crafts, be sure to check out my post on 5 ways to make money with Cricut. It’s packed with valuable information and insights to help you make the most of your entrepreneurial journey.

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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

And the list goes on! To find the full list of 100 Cricut crafts to make and sell, click here.

With these steps and a whole array of amazing crafts to create, you’ll be well on your way to financial freedom with your Cricut business. Remember to join the Cricut fan community, stay inspired, and never stop exploring new ideas. Good luck on your journey to success!