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How to Organize Cricut Supplies in a Craft Cart

Organize your Cricut supplies in this adorable DIY Cricut cart organizer.


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If you have a Cricut, you probably have a a lot of Cricut supplies. You know, everything from the tools to the materials that help you make all of your favorite projects.

I love my Cricut and I want to use it for all the things so my Cricut supply stash quickly outgrew the one small bin I thought it would fit into (rookie mistake).  I needed a better solution to organize my Cricut supplies and I found it with a simple metal craft cart.

But since my craft cart was now going to be my Cricut cart it needed a bit of a makeover, and a few accessories to make it work. I love my new Cricut cart and I have everything you need to make one for your Cricut supplies, including FREE SVG labels!



Making Your Own Cricut Cart


Having all your Cricut supplies in a rolling cart makes perfect sense - not only can you keep everything neat and organized, but you can also have the flexibility to move the cart around to wherever you're working! It's super easy to make your own Cricut organizer cart - here's what you need.


Since this is going to be a Cricut cart, of course it needs some vinyl accents to spruce up the plain metal cart. I chose this FREE Happiness is Homemade SVG to decorate mine. You can download it right here.

Then, simply upload the SVG into Cricut Design Space. You can adjust the size or the colors to match your own decor, then cut onto vinyl. I placed one word on the front of each tier and I love how it turned out!



How to Organize Your Cricut Supplies


Once your cart is decorated, it's time to fill it with your Cricut supplies.

The bottom 2 shelves are perfect to hold rolls of vinyl and iron-on materials. Place plastic bins inside each shelf to keep the rolls neat and contained, and of course, use your Cricut to cut vinyl labels for each bin.


Love these labels? Click here to get them for FREE in Design Space!

You'll also need storage for flat pieces of paper, card stock, etc, and a 12x12 scrapbook case is the perfect choice (with a label of course). I put mine on the top tier, along with mason jars for my tools and pens.



You can slide your trimmer between the jars and the paper box so it is easy to reach. Use small pencil boxes for additional small tools and extras. I keep my glue gun in one because it is such a staple with my Cricut projects as well.



Finally, turn your cart around and stick a removable hook to the back of the top shelf for the perfect storage for all your grip mats. Genius!




That's it! Now all your Cricut supplies are organized in one convenient cart that you can move anywhere you need to work.



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Love getting organized? Why not use your Cricut to organize your weekly schedule! Click here to see how to make this super cute chalkboard weekly calendar with your Explore Air 2.



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