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We get it, stuck at home for days on end can put a damper on things, luckily if you own a Cricut like us there are dozens of fun project ideas to keep you entertained.

Bring the Cricut to the rescue and give basic household items a facelift and get started on cards for friends. Speaking of friends, we have put together a fantastic roundup with some of our favorite Cricut project ideas from other fellow creative bloggers. Take a peek below and be sure to try them out yourself.

Stay Home Cricut Projects

3D Mandala Clock | Angela Richardo

One of my favorite projects on the Cricut are mandala projects. Angela takes it a step up by making this one of kind 3D mandala clock using her Maker and some cardstock.

Stay Home Cricut Projects

Birthday Card | Organized*ish

Making cards with the Cricut is probably the simplest projects and now with Cricut’s newest addition, the Cricut Joy, making mini cards are even easier. Remember, even though we’re to stay home people still need their Cricut birthday cards.

Stay Home Cricut Projects

Sew a Yeti Plush | Ameroonie Designs

Looking for the perfect gift to put a smile on your little ones face during this stay at home time? Using a Cricut Maker and some furry knit fabric, you can help give Yeti a home by making this easy Yeti Plush.

cricut leather journal

Mini Leather Journal | Doodlecraft Blog

Great for taking notes, writing poetry or creating a gift for your loved one, these mini leather journals are made using the Maker and any faux leather color you wish.

diy coasters

Infusible Ink Coasters | A Mom’s Impression

Okay, we all know that right now you may not be planning your next family gathering, but that’ll happen eventually. For right now, start getting your DIY coasters ready so you can WOW your guests away at your next get together.

Stay Home Cricut Projects

Bathroom Towel Organizer | Iriemade

Vinyl is your best friend when owning a Cricut, and what a fun idea this is to keep your towels organized and off the floor. Using a sheet of black vinyl and her Cricut Air, Sheena turned a boring wall into something the whole family can enjoy.

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