25 Personalized Back to School Crafts to Make with Your Cricut Machine
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Can you believe it is time to go back to school already? We all had a different summer and this will definitely be a unique back to school year. With some kids attending school virtually, some returning to the classroom, and some homeschooling for the first time, parents have had to make tough choices and every option comes with its own stress. However, with these back to school crafts, we can use our Cricut Machines to create some fun for our kiddos as they get back to learning and starting a new grade.
Back to School Crafts
Last week I shared our virtual back to school Cricut crafts using my Cricut Explore Air 2, we made a Personalizable First Day of School Chalk Board and a “Ready to Zoom into 6th Grade” T-Shirt. This week I want to share some more amazing things you can do with your Cricut Machine to get ready for the school year. Some amazing Cricut crafters have been sharing their projects and they all will inspire you to pull out your machine and start crafting.
Cricut Projects for Back to School
Back To School Cricut Projects
Make photo props, get organized, create coordinating looks, and personalize everything with your Cricut Machine this school year.
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Aren’t these great ideas? You can do everything from organizing a homeschool room to personalize a face mask. If my son sees the cool Harry Potter themed school supplies, I might have to redo all his back to school supplies, and the first day of school pennant flags where a brand new concept to me, I need to remember that Cricut DIY for next year!
What craft are you most likely to make first?
Cricut Explore Air 2
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