This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cricut for Cricut. All opinions are 100% mine.
This post for 7 Easy Cricut Vinyl Projects to Make Now is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cricut for Cricut. All opinions are 100% mine.
Here’s a fun collection of 7 Easy Cricut Vinyl Projects you can make now. The best part is that you can probably make them ALL with items you already have at home. No going anywhere for anything!
And that’s what we’re all about right now. Stay home, protect our loved ones, and get stuff done. I love that last part, I am a “get stuff done kind of girl.”
You know me I’m Team MAKE DO AND MEND
And I’m also a Make Do and Mend girl, so this post idea was RIGHT up my alley. In fact, in my baking group, I’ve been hosting daily sessions for bakers to post items they need to use up from their pantry. It’s been a LOT of fun sharing ideas with them.
This Cricut Vinyl Projects list is just like that, I’ve got a LOT of vinyl to use up and a house that needs some attention. And now it’s time to get crafty!
Let’s use up what Cricut supplies you have on hand and have some fun doing it.
My List of Easy Cricut Projects Will Focus on Vinyl
Why? Well because I feel like vinyl is an accessible product we all probably have on hand. I know I have a LOT of vinyl I can use up. And there’s a lot of cool vinyl projects out there to choose from.
We’ll be using Cricut Vinyl for all these projects. Some call for permanent vinyl and some don’t use your best judgment on what to use where.
And because Cricut is AMAZING they’ve opened up more FREE CONTENT in Design Space. So if these projects don’t inspire, you can easily customize all of them to work for YOU!
7 Easy Vinyl Cricut Projects
These 5 Easy Vinyl Cricut Projects will give you lots of ideas for using up the vinyl supply you already own!
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