Making to sell makes perfect sense when you have a Cricut machine at your fingertips!
Whether you’re a new business just getting started or an established business wanting to add to your product line, speed up workflow or add a personal touch for your customers, we’ve compiled a shortlist of things you could make to sell with Cricut machines.
Access all images and Angel Policy
If you are thinking about using a Cricut machine in your business, it’s worth considering Cricut Access. This subscription gives you unlimited use of over 100,000 images, projects, and fonts (otherwise purchased individually).
Another vital resource to review when selling your makes is the Cricut Angel Policy. This information includes details of how you are permitted to use Cricut products to generate funds (make money). The handy FAQ which follows the policy is a useful guide to the legal document.
Make to Sell with Cricut
The Make to Sell section of this blog contains lots of advice and examples for using Cricut in your business. Here we’ve rounded up 10 things you could make to sell with Cricut.
Use iron-on vinyl or Infusible Ink to personalise T-shirts! For the best, professional results, we advise using an EasyPress and EasyPress mat and referring to the Cricut Heat Guide for the ideal temperature setting and timings for your materials.
Make-up and cosmetic bags
These also are a great way to hold DIY kits or workshop materials. Simply add your logo to the front for an extra special feel.
Personalised glassware is great for business in the party sector. They’re ideal for occasions such as hen parties, birthdays, weddings and ‘just because’!
You can make your own sticker sheets or sticker flakes to sell and also create stickers for your packaging too. Your logo adorning the tissue paper wrap that contains your item is the perfect professional finishing touch.
From cake toppers to bespoke décor, you can have every part of the party covered with your Cricut machine!
Personalised signs are really gaining in popularity. Whether it be for the first day of school or wedding décor, you can create stunning signage, using vinyl or stencils, that is totally personal to your customer.
Whether selling the finished item or the decals, permanent vinyl is your friend here.
Cut a design and add it to a water bottle or hot drinks cup! It’s a brilliant way to add a touch of personalisation or to add your artwork to a new product.
A popular gift that can be cherished, keyrings will always be in demand. There are so many Maker Tools that will work with keyring designs, from engraving and debossing to cutting balsa wood, you can really get creative with your designs!