The Cricut Maker is definitely my desert island craft tool! These are the most popular Cricut Maker tutorials on my site and all of them are attainable to make for any level of Cricut crafter!
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I create with my Cricut Maker because I love it and am always blown away by the different types of projects it can make. It’s really fun to look through my blog and analytics to see the Cricut tutorials that have resonated most with my readers. It always makes my day when you share your projects with me and it makes me so happy to hear that my tutorials inspired you to get creating!
My Top Cricut Maker Tutorials
The people have spoken (the people being you 😉 ), and these are the most popular Cricut Maker tutorials on my site. Hint: get ready to see a lot of knife blade and basswood! I’m glad y’all love all my Cricut Maker wood cutting, too! There are Cricut Maker tutorials for beginners and some that are a little more advanced, but you can make any of them, I promise! If you have any questions, just let me know. You got this!
This photo of my wood Hello sign was originally a part of my Favorite Ways to Use My Cricut Maker post, but I hadn’t posted an actual tutorial for it yet and I’ve gotten many requests for one… so here it is!
I switched up this version a little for a spring flair with this beautiful Natalie Malan Orchard Patterned Vinyl. Tutorial for the shiplap frame coming soon! Made with the Cricut Maker, knife blade and basswood, of course. 😉
I knew I wanted to make a cake topper for my daughter’s 1st birthday and my Cricut Maker made it so easy. I made it with basswood that I had ironed gold glitter onto. It came out even better than I could have imagined and it’s so special to me to have a keepsake that I handmade for such a monumental birthday for my only baby.
I made 95% of the decorations for her birthday party with my Cricut Maker but haven’t gotten around to sharing them all yet, so stay tuned! The Cricut Maker Scoring Wheel and Fine Debossing Tip were in heavy rotation for the party projects, too!
Surprise! Some more Cricut Basswood!
I made this frame for my mom while I was pregnant and it was such fun way for her to countdown the weeks until she became a Mimi for the 1st time. This is a super simple project that can be customized for anyone. I cut the basswood heart and then cut a heart the same size out of chalkboard vinyl for the countdown.
This project is an example of another one of my top favorite things to do with my Maker… make custom stencils. I posted a few years ago about how to make custom stencils with a Cricut and it’s always one of my most popular Cricut tutorials. This stencil was super easy to make with my Cricut Maker and stencil vinyl. The stenciling totally transformed a cheap metal bucket into a beautiful spring flower arrangement. I can’t wait to get it out again this spring to display in my entryway.
I got the idea for this backpack when I heard a horrible story of bullying that really broke my heart. I plan to stick this on the back of my kid so that she is a walking advertisement for kindness.Haha! This is a basic adhesive vinyl project but another Cricut project that shows how simple it is to customize anything… even a basic school supply like a backpack, with the Cricut Maker.
This “Mom Hair Don’t Care” tee was the 1st project I made with Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets. It’s not only been popular on the blog, but I also get a ton of comments on it when I wear it out and about. I’m glad others can relate haha!
Did you know that the Cricut Maker has a rotary blade that perfectly cuts fabric? I love making throw pillows with designs that I cut with my Maker (like this bunny pillow cover or this Christmas pillow cover)… it’s such a fun and easy way to jazz up a plain pillow cover!
Do you remember any of these Cricut projects from their original posting? Would you want to try any of these Cricut Maker tutorials? I’d love to hear which one(s) and of course I would love to see any of your Cricut projects! Tag me on social (@lydioutloud) or shoot them to me in email!