Master your Cricut supply organization game with these easy DIY and convenient storage solutions!
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Organization is a hot topic thanks to a little show on Netflix that is sending the masses into a decluttering tailspin. This is an ongoing challenge/goal that I struggle with and have especially wanted to tackle it since having my baby in December. I have less time in my craft room/office than I did before baby and when I have a chunk of time to be productive, the last thing I want to do is waste the precious time looking for something!
One specific challenge I have (let’s be real, among many!) is organizing is all of my Cricut stash… I have quite the collection of supplies to use for my favorite crafting machine! I’ve been searching for the perfect solution to organize my Cricut supplies and you guys! I found it! This genius bin comes with slots to place all your Cricut cutting materials in. LOOOOVE!!!
As with many of the organization projects I’ve completed in the last couple of years, I used my Cricut to help make it practical, yet pretty. My Cricut® Explore Air™ 2 Special Edition, Martha Stewart Machine Bundle can cut dozens of materials so whatever type of organization project you want to take on, your Cricut Martha Machine can make it happen. There are so many cute Martha projects and images in Design Space too, like these adorable labels I found to make my Cricut supply organization. Designed all from the comfort of my couch (the Cricut Martha Machine has bluetooth).
Do you need to corral your Cricut supplies too? Let’s do this!
Cricut Supply Organization with Martha Stewart
- Cricut Martha Machine
- Vinyl storage bins
- Cricut Supplies Organization cut file
- Cricut Vinyl in colors of your choice (I used Cricut Martha Stewart Premium Removable Vinyl in Caribbean Blue)
- Weeder Tool
- Cricut Transfer Tape
Open the Cricut Supplies Organization cut file in Design Space.
Turn the knob on the Cricut Martha Machine to Vinyl and cut images and lettering.
Weed out negative space with the Weeder tool. Press transfer tape over the lettering and smooth out any bubbles. Peel away the vinyl liner and apply the transfer tape with the words to the front of the vinyl images. It’s much easier to align the words how you want them on the image rather than after it’s already positioned on the bin. Smooth out bubbles and gently peel back transfer tape from design.
Use the same process to apply the entire labels to the bins.
My craft room organization still has a loooong way to go, but I’m so thrilled with my Cricut station!
How do you organize your Cricut supplies?