DIY Valentine's Day shirts, Valentine's Day, Valentine shirts

Cricut Community Favorites: Valentine’s Day Shirts

February 9th, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

If you're looking for new shirts to wear for Valentine's Day, our Cricut Community members are here to help. Check out these fun designs that have been popping up.

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

This shirt by Misty would be perfect for any little girl. I would choose to make it with purple glitter for my own daughter since it's her favorite color; I love how easy it is to customize shirts to each person.

Click to Make: I Love You a Bushel and a Peck

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

Are you a teacher who's looking for the perfect shirt to wear on Valentine's Day? Emma has you covered. Of course, this shirt would be apt throughout the rest of the year, too.

Click to Make: To Teach is to Love

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

I have made my own version of conversation hearts before with frosted cookies, but this cute shirt by Beth would definitely be a better option since I could wear it many times.

Click to Make: Conversation Hearts

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

For the person who loves puns, Tricia designed an adorable shirt you should make. As a rule, we don't recommend layering anything on top of glitter iron-on, so she's got you covered with everything sliced out so that you avoid this, but still have the look of glitter as the base.

Click to Make: Owl Be Your Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

Looking for matching shirts for you and your kids? You can use these designs by Kimberly to get you coordinated in no time.

Click to Make: Mommy & Me Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

In addition to the above fun collection shirts about Mama, don't forget to make this one by Bailie about Daddy.

Click to Make: Daddy's My Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

If you want to honor the greatest example of true love, you can create a shirt using this design by Freda.

Click to Make: True Love

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts
Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

Oh, how clever Catherine is! She made two shirts for Valentine's Day from this one design cut. Save on materials and time by choosing to make these shirts for Valentine's.

Click to Make: Two Shirts in One

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

If you'll be pregnant on Valentine's Day, you could make this special shirt by Alyson to celebrate this precious time.

Click to Make: Growing Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

I got engaged on February 13th. If I had my Cricut back then, I could have used this version by Nicole to celebrate our first Valentine's Day together.

Click to Make: Hot Fiance Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts
DIY wood projects, wood crafts, DIY wood crafts

Must-Makes in 2019: Wood Projects

January 31st, 2019 • Contributor: Team Cricut

One of our resolutions for 2019 is to make more – and enjoy the process.  We’re bringing you the inspiration behind all the trends for the upcoming year.  Favorite the projects you like, and let’s get our making journey off to a grand start!

WOOD: Bringing in that natural element.

Whether you are cutting the wood from scratch with your Cricut Maker or applying vinyl (or even better, iron-on) to your project, it’s sure to be a hit!

Try this collection of reclaimed wood wall hangings found here, here, and here in Design Space:

2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts

You can make these beautiful basswood coasters.  Don’t forget to seal the coasters so that the wood doesn’t warp or stain with any liquid.

2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts

For those of you who are adventurous travelers (or are just obsessed with globes like we are!), this globe wall art makes a perfect statement piece.

2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts

Not to fret if working with wood from scratch scares you.  You can still bring wood elements into many other projects.  Whether it’s vinyl applied to signs like this:

2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts

using the inverse of the vinyl to paint onto your sign like this:

2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts

or upcycling furniture like this chair and this side table to bring a touch of newness into your home:

2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts
2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts

Wood can put that special touch into gifts that you might be giving others too!  Maybe it’s a baby present with custom wooden blocks to match the nursery:

2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts

or custom jewelry to celebrate someone you love:

2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts

You can also work wood into cards:

2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts

Bringing wood into mixed media projects can add a great element of texture to your project too.

2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts

Mountain Cloche Scene by the Cricut Design Team

Top tips when working with wood:

  1. Make sure to use a sealer on your projects so the wood doesn’t procure any damage in an unexpected way.
  2. If you’re applying vinyl or iron-on, make sure that you sand the wood to a flat surface.  Since wood is a natural product, it isn’t always flat. You might need to sad the surface down so all areas of the vinyl/iron-on stick.
  3. When combining wood to your paper projects, consider a stamping effect for your paper to bring in a rustic feel.
  4. When you’re selecting a stain color, make sure to add it as a color of the project or match ones that are already existing in the room.  Don’t be afraid to mix yourself a custom stain for your wood!
  5. Before applying wood glue, wet the wood with a damp cloth.  Once you apply the wood glue, clamp it down for 24-hours to make sure it sets.
  6. If you’re using pallet wood, clean off the wood with a wire brush.

Other posts that can help you work wood into your projects:

  1. Learn how to make a wood frame from scratch.
  2. Tips on using Knife Blade with Cricut Maker.
  3. Using faux wood with your Cricut machine.

Happy Crafting!

Team Cricut

2019 trends, craft trends, wood projects, DIY wood crafts
2019 trends, crafting trends, design trends, craft trends, 2019 craft trends

2019 Trends to Elevate Your Crafting

January 29th, 2019 • Contributor: Desiree Moss, Cricut Design Team Manager

Trends can seem fickle and unpredictable, but they can also provide an endless pool of changing inspiration to use in your crafting and keep it fun and fresh!

Classy Tassels

2019 trends, design trends, 2019 craft trends, craft trends, crafting trends

Pillow  |  Curtains  |  Baby Toy  |  Wall Hanging

The grown-up version of the ever-loveable pompom, tassels have the same potential for embellishing and adding texture, but with a more out-and-on-their-own feel. They say travel. They say movement. They say independence. Give them a try with this wall hanging you can learn to make at Brit + Co. We doubt you’ll stop there.

Burnt Orange

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Drift Wood  |  Rug  |  Shoes  |  Shirt

Burnt orange is a trend from the 70’s I can get behind. Expect this strong but humble color in all sorts of places, including home décor, the fashion world, and even in unexpected places like weddings. Burnt orange is all about duality: it can play bold or down to earth without losing its stride, and looks great on all sorts of surfaces and settings. Try out this eclectic shirt project using your favorite Iron-on.

Dried Flowers

2019 trends, design trends, 2019 craft trends, craft trends, crafting trends

Wall Décor  |  Bouquet  |  Embroidery Hoops  |  Vase

We are seeing dried flowers everywhere. Starting with Mandy Moore’s wedding and ending with the preserved flowers from your childhood sweetheart. Dried flowers not only look pretty, but almost anyone can enjoy making them, and it’s a good way to preserve a fleeting moment and give it its own vintage-look voice.

This trend enjoyed its first ride on the trend wave back in Victorian times, but we see no reason to stop now. Expect to see this trend make a return in wedding and home décor especially, but try it out yourself in crafts like bookmarks, journaling, table setting, and wall hangings. This is a perfect time to grab your Cricut Maker™ and try out some 3D flowers like this darling mobile.

Art Deco

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Wall paper  |  Light  |  Mug  |  Dresser

Art Deco is another trend coming back into the ring for a rematch, and it’s a hard hitter, so keep your eye out for a modern take on this strong, glamorous trend. A natural maturing of the black and white trend we’re on the tail end on, Art Deco adds a historic twist with elegant golds and swooping shapes reminiscent of progress and haute couture. To get your ideas soaring, check out some of the art deco images we have in DesignSpace to bring your best game to this recurring trend.

Whichever trend you find yourself behind, what is always on point is your own individuality and voice. Find what speaks to you, or combine the things you love in unexpected ways, using the hundreds of materials your Cricut can cut perfectly. Each of these upcoming trends offers a myriad of possibilities in shape, texture, color, and application in the DIY world. If you’re intimidated, now is the time to be brave! Try on a new style and take it for a whirl. Embellished dancing shoes, anyone? A new travel journal for that trip you’ve always wanted to take? Or is this the year your dream wedding comes true? We think you’ll love what you see, and love pushing your limits to new heights. Share what you’re inspired to make below in a comment!

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Valentine's images, Cricut Design Space

New Valentine’s Images in Design Space

January 27th, 2019 • Contributor: Anna Rose Johnson, Cricut Digital Content Product Manager

Win hearts with these fresh designs!

Valentine’s Day is my favorite holiday–there’s just something about a day dedicated to love that makes me feel like creating something special to show my loved ones how much I care. I also love decorating my home with hearts, loads of them, everywhere. I’m a romantic, after all. So, it shouldn’t surprise you that the Cricut content team has been working like mad to make sure YOU have the BEST Valentine images to use in your creations.

We’ve added everything from phrases to 3D objects to cards. Many of the images are a single layer which is perfect for vinyl and iron-on projects. But, never fear, we also have layered paper images and 3D projects for paper artists out there.

Take a look and be sure to let us know in the comments section what images you are loving!

Our Love is Magic

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/1904871

This set is a mixture of layered paper phrases and vinyl designs. My favorite are the layered paper images like “You Rock My World” (#MA56B140) or “Hugs & Kisses (#MA56B1E7). Any of these designs would be very simple to layer on top of a card base or as a gift topper.

Our Love Story

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/1775105

Beautiful images to communicate your love story, whether that be with your significant other, your pet, or yourself.

Modern Love

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/1726493

Back before instant communication, remember the fun of passing notes? Modern Love is our attempt at bringing an element of passing a note with a modern twist. “Let’s text about our feelings because I love your guts.”

Be Mine Valentine

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/1764965

I love that many of these phrases have a masculine feel to them – very different from our usual feminine, script designs.

Couples in Love

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/1907944

Awww, these images seriously melt my heart. We’ve created a vinyl/iron-on and paper version of each animal. I can’t decide whether the penguins or the elephants are my favorite. Which one do you like best?

You Are My Love Story

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/1616931

These Valentine’s phrases are perfect for a wooden sign or to apply to the front of a card with vinyl.

Little Sweethearts

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/1772504

Do you have a little one in your life that needs a shirt for Valentine’s Day? This set is for you. It’s full of iron-on designs perfect for making custom t-shirts.

My Punny Valentine

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/1876966

This set has three options for each image: vinyl/iron-on, layered paper, and card design. Whichever version you choose, we hope you find your Punny Valentine.

With all of the newness we’ve been adding to Cricut Access, I think we tend to forget about some of the amazing images from a few years ago. I thought I’d share my favorite oldies but goldies!

Spring Holiday Cards

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/243

These one-cut cards are PERFECT for kids Valentine’s because they are adorable and require NO glue to assemble! Simply slip the front piece into the slots on the back piece!

Valentine’s Day

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/84786

This was one of our original Valentine phrase sets and it still has some lovely images to help you this holiday. There are even drawing features to add to your paper designs.

Always and Forever

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/1062368

Honey, wine is my valentine, too. This set has some quirky phrases and images perfect for a custom t-shirt.

Love is in the Air

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/502321

Have you ever tried to build a 3D paper project? Now’s your chance! Love is in the Air is full of some beautiful paper designs. There’s even a 3D countdown to Valentine’s day complete with 14 tiny drawers. Best of all? We have a digital assembly guide to walk you through each project!

Download the Assembly Guide: Click Here.

Love Struck

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/102

How adorable would it be to make 3D mailboxes for your kids this year? They would probably LOVE it! Love Struck has some amazing iron-on images as well as 3D paper options.

Love Note Sentiments

https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/images/cartridge/591843

I love using my Cricut to add hand-drawn sentiments without actually having to bare my own handwriting to the world! Love Note Sentiments is full of draw-only images to add to your Valentine’s this year.

I could go on and on. I LOVE our content library, can you tell? From the content team, we wish you a very Happy Valentine’s Day.

Happy Crafting!
Anna Rose

Valentine's Images in Design Space
Craft room organization ideas

A Fresh Start to the New Year: Projects to Spruce Up Your Craft Space

January 27th, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

Out with the old and in with the new! It is amazing what organizing and adding newness to your craft space can do for one’s soul!

I know, we all do not have the luxury to have a craft room. At this moment, I am fortunate to have a spare bedroom where I can work on projects. It does, however, get messy (as all craft spaces do) and I am constantly looking for ways to organize and find ways to utilize available surface areas. When considering an update to my room, I broke down the space into three areas: my craft table/desk, my pegboard, and my craft organization cart.

Let’s start with projects to help organize my craft table/desk.

Tool Organizer

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Craft Room Organization Ideas

Design Space Link: Click Here

This project has quickly become one of my favorites. It is one made using my Maker for my Maker–how cool is that? After cutting out the pieces of Basswood using the Knife Blade, I went back-and-forth trying to decide whether or not to paint the entire organizer or just parts of it. But, after painting a few of the notches aqua, I realized I loved the combination of the natural wood color with just the hint of color. I would LOVE to see how others paint/decorate their organizers (share below in comment’s section or on our Facebook or Instagram pages…please!!!).

There are three compartments to store different craft must-haves. The top part is perfect for pens and/or hand tools, the middle section works great for glue gun sticks or small scissors. Then, at the base, there are three round cut-outs designed to hold my Knife Blade, Scoring Wheel and Rotary Blade.

See the blog with the full step-by-step tutorial: Click Here

Abstract Flower Desk Organizer

Craft Room Organization Ideas

Design Space Link: Click Here

Here is an adorable (if I do say so myself) and relatively easy vinyl project that takes a generic desk organizer and transforms it into a personalized piece that compliments my craft room theme. You can use either a Cricut Maker® or Explore to cut vinyl and then apply to any acrylic organizer (you can find different types of organizers online in many different configurations)! That is it! The vinyl patterns were inspired by geometric floral shapes that I keep seeing. I used Cricut’s Premium Permanent Vinyl.

For my Pegboard, I gave it a fresh coat of paint, made a much-needed solution for organizing my vinyl or iron-on material, and created an inspirational element using cardstock. Let’s take a look…

Craft Room Organization Ideas

3D M A K E Sign

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Craft Room Organization Ideas

Design Space Link: Click Here

This project is for all you paper crafters out there! I have been thinking for some time about creating an inspirational sign using basswood. However, as I was cleaning out my space, I realized how much cardstock I had and came up with the idea to create 3D letters using my extra supplies. The project was a great opportunity to use the Scoring Wheel to create clean, crisp score lines to help with folds. These block letters would also be great for any child’s room.

Vinyl and Iron-on Holder

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Craft Room Organization Ideas

Design Space Link: Click Here

This project is a life saver! For years my iron-on material (also known as HTV) and vinyl sat in a cardboard box under my craft table. Seriously. This project is another one made using my Maker for my Maker materials. Using my Knife Blade, I was able to make the precise cuts needed in my chipboard and glue together the pieces to hold and organize 8 rolls of vinyl or iron-on.  Add a layer or two of paint and voila! I am also considering adding some of the geometric flower shapes using vinyl to match my wallpaper. This is another project I would love to see how you would decorate–please leave comments below or share on Facebook or Instagram!

See the blog with the full step-by-step tutorial: Click Here

For my Craft Organization Cart, I was inspired to organize my thread, ribbon, and paper (not to mention finally find the perfect spot for my new EasyPress 2 and Maker). Truth be told, the cart is actually a bar cart intended to serve beverages not hold my craft supplies–a craft room would not be a craft room without some hacks. Right?

There is a lot I like about my new cart. However, I am most excited about the wallpaper behind the cart.

Craft Room Organization Ideas

Abstract Flower Wallpaper

Craft Room Organization Ideas

Design Space Link: Click Here

This DIY wallpaper concept can be made with any art to match the style of your studio or craft space. I played around with a lot of ideas until I arrived at abstract geometric flowers made with Premium Permanent Vinyl. I layered the vinyl and used a variety of bold colors to create the effect I was going for. Super fun project.

TIP: Rather than trying to apply the images all at once, try using a medium-sized piece of transfer tape to assemble each flower on its backer. Then the completed flowers can be applied like stickers, varying their rotation and spacing for the effect you want.

Cricut Maker Dust Cover

Craft Room Organization Ideas

Design Space Link: Click Here

Sadly, sometimes my beloved Maker goes unused for a period of time and I find it covered with dust. I decided to search out in Design Space to see if there were any solutions and I was pleased to discover this ready-to-make dust cover. It even comes with a little side pocket to store small tools or accessories. Like the wallpaper, be sure to show and tell us what designs you use for your Maker Dust Cover.

I hope this blog sparks some creative ideas of your own. Leave us a comment below with ideas others can use to add inspiration and organization to their creative lives. Cheers!

Craft Room Organization Ideas
DIY Valentine's Day Cards

Cricut Community Favorites: Valentine’s Day Cards

January 26th, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

Looking for the perfect card to tell someone you love them? Valentines for your child's class? Our Cricut Community members are here to help with these fun designs.

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

How delightful are these hedgehog Valentines that Jennifer created? Perfect for handing out at school.

Click to Make: Hedgehog Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

Kathleen made this adorable card featuring two fluffy poodles in love. Glitter cardstock makes it pop.

Click to Make: Poodle Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

If you're looking to create a detailed box card for Valentine's Day, check out this version by Paul. Hearts galore!

Click to Make: Valentine Box Card

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

Caroline made this delightful collection of Valentines that will help you celebrate your love story. I think I need to make them all for my husband throughout the next year.

Click to Make: Love Story Valentines

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

Caroline also made this fun pop up box that serves well as a Valentine's Day card.

Click to Make: Valentine's Day Pop-Up Box

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

I love the surprise that comes with opening explosion boxes, and Kathryn made a lovely version that you could fill with hearts, jewelry, candy or more.

Click to Make: Valentine Explosion Box

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

We are huge Star Wars fans in my little family; we even named one child after a character in that franchise. I absolutely love this card that Mary made using the Star Wars Valentine's Digital Mystery Box.

Click to Make: Solo Star Wars Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

Renae also used the Star Wars Valentine's Digital Mystery Box when crafting up these fun lollipop Valentines.

Click to Make: Star Wars Valentine Lollipops

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

Sia cleverly incorporated slots to place a rainbox spiral lollipop in her unicorn Valentines. I think this would likely be my daughter's favorite.

Click to Make: Unicorn Valentines

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

Puns are a fun addition to any Valentine's Day Card. Shannon created these fun Smartie Pants Valentines that make it easy to add a piece of the candy by this name.

Click to Make: Smartie Pants Valentines

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

Break out your Cuttlebug and add embossed hearts to this card as Elizabeth did. I love all the details in this elephant Valentine.

Click to Make: Elephant Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards

Buy some microwave popcorn this year for the kids and pop on one of these Valentine tags that Candice designed.

Click to Make: Valentine Popcorn Tags

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day cards
Pantone 2019, Living Coral

Projects in Living Coral

January 22nd, 2019 • Contributor: Team Cricut

Welcome to 2019, and the year of Living Coral! We cannot wait for you to start making beautiful things and inspiring us throughout this year. Our reasons for making range from seeing a smile on someone else’s face to fulfilling a business order. Making is our passion. It fuels us.

Whether you’re creating a quilt for someone important in your life:

Pantone 2019, Living Coral

Seafarer Quilt by Anna Griffin

or sending a love note:

Pantone 2019, Living Coral

Love U Card by the Cricut Design Team

or making your own statement shirt:

Pantone 2019, Living Coral

Kori Clark’s A Nap is Calling T-Shirt

We would love to see what you make and have you share your projects from Cricut Design Space. Sharing your projects are simple.  Just go to the My Projects page in Design Space and pick any of your projects to share with the Cricut community. Click the Share icon to open the form, upload your photo, add a brief description, and Voila! Your project is ready to share.

Now it’s time to bring to life your amazing ideas!  Be sure to check out some of these materials to bring to life your own project in Living Coral:

Happy Crafting!
The Cricut Team

Pantone 2019, Living Coral
Laundry room storage, Laundry room organization

Clever Storage Ideas For Your Laundry Room

January 20th, 2019 • Contributor: Shelby Jones, Cricut Social Media Specialist

Laundry. It is either a love to do or hate to do for people. One thing that I think we can all agree on is if your laundry space is in order - the laundry isn’t so bad. Whether your space is large or small, these simple tips will help you bring a little joy into your laundry room!

DIY Laundry Room Storage Ideas

First things first. Laundry sorting. If you can keep your laundry sorted, you will have a much easier time getting your loads done quicker! TIP: If you are anything like my family we tend to struggle with keeping our clean clothes put away. We keep one of these hampers for clean clothes and clothes that need to be washed.

To achieve this look you will want some Iron-on! You can find the full project in Design Space here.

DIY Laundry Room Storage Ideas

These little wash bags by Something Turquoise.   These simple bags are a quick project to help you when you are traveling. Keep your delicates stored and sorted when you are on the go. I keep these in my gym bag and they are not only cute but SO nice to keep things sorted.

Make the project in Design Space here.

DIY Laundry Room Storage Ideas

Ughh...we’ve ALL been there. We’ve all heard that the dryer is a serial sock eater...jury is still out on that. This sign is perfect for all the people who have felt the pain of a missing sock case. Hang this sign anywhere where you do your laundry and sure enough, your socks will start to turn up!

This project is perfect for beginners to start with! Make it now by clicking here.

DIY Laundry Room Storage Ideas

We have one more sign that we HAD to share! Okay, while it may not be necessary for a complete organization look, we loved the simple look of this sign for the laundry room! Whipperberry created this sign and she is showing you how to create that here.

 

We can’t wait for you to try out these ideas in your own laundry rooms! If you’ve got some Vinyl and Iron-on you are ready to head to your machine to get started on these projects! If you’ve created your closet laundry room projects, be sure to share your project within our Cricut Community!

DIY Laundry Room Storage Ideas
DIY Closet Organization Ideas

Closet Organization – 4 DIY Ideas to Organize your Closet!

January 10th, 2019 • Contributor: Shelby Jones, Cricut Social Media Specialist

The New Year is here in full swing and my motivation to get all the things organized is real! De-cluttering, finding a home for everything, and tidying up all the spaces have been my jam lately and I wanted to share with you 4 easy projects that have saved our closets!

My inspiration to clean out my closet it and get it as pretty as possible came from the photo above! Everything has a home and everything is easily found! To achieve this look you will want some vinyl! Removable or Permanent will work just depending on if you are wanting to keep that look for a long time or switching it up frequently!

DIY Closet Organization Ideas

These hangers caught my eye for the little ones!  I thought of all the clothes that new parents get for their tiny babes and how to best keep it organized! When you are moving through sizing so quickly these hanger tags are a MUST! Wouldn’t these be such a fun shower gift for any mommy-to-be? To get this look, we used our Maker to Print Then Cut on colored paper.  Make the project in Design Space here.

DIY Closet Organization Ideas

This simple label was created by In My Own Style. These are so simple and the perfect solution for things like wicker or woven baskets! I loved the embellishments with the eyelets to add a little bit more of a decorated look! These labels could go far beyond the closet and used in many rooms...I can see them looking really good in my craft room right now!  Find the tutorial here.

DIY Closet Organization Ideas

For a small storage solution, I LOVED this idea by Blue I Style.  She used this as a tech organizer for all her cords! I am adding this project on my to-make list for my vanity to keep my jewelry organized and easy to find! Read more about this tutorial here.

DIY Closet Organization Ideas

The last DIY inspo we have for you is by The DIY Mommy. This is such a fun and simple way for your little ones to easily be able to keep their rooms tidy! Not only that, but how cute is this closet? I love the wall decals that tie into the drawers.  Find the tutorial for this project here.

DIY Closet Organization Ideas

These are just a few inspirational ideas to get you started and if you’ve got some Vinyl and Cardstock you are ready to head to your machine to get started on your organizational projects! We can’t wait to help you organize your home and closets with these simple ideas! If you’ve created your closet organization projects, be sure to share your project within our Cricut Community!

DIY Closet Organization Ideas