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5 Cricut Organizing Projects To Make While You’re Staying In

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As the whole world is being mindful about staying home to decrease the spread of Covid-19, we are all looking for things we can do around the house to keep from going a little stir-crazy. If you have a Cricut machine, (or if you’ve been on the fence about buying one) now is the perfect time to break out your supplies and give your organizational systems a fresh new look.

I LOVE using my Cricut Maker and Cricut Joy to make labels, and my old label maker is collecting dust and feeling forgotten in my closet because I haven’t touched it in over a year. Obviously I’m not the only one, because other Cricut Bloggers are rocking their own cute labels, too.

So today I want to highlight 5 great organizing projects from some of my fave bloggers that you can make with supplies you already have on hand. They’re all easy, functional, and great for beginners, so if you just plugged in your new Cricut machine for the first time last week, you can take on any of these projects without feeling intimidated.

Cricut Joy has a unique less overwhelming app for simple projects. To learn how to use it with Smart Labels, vinyl, Iron-On, and paper, read my exact guide.

5 Easy Cricut Organizing Projects To Make At Home

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Pantry Labels from The Suburban Mom

Staying-In is the perfect time to organize your pantry, so after you declutter and straighten up your food storage space, visit Jen, The Suburban Mom to see how she made these adorable labels for containers with her Cricut Maker.

Don’t worry if you don’t have cute matching containers. You can totally use your existing Tupperware, and the labels will take them to the next level.

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Cleaning Bottle Labels From Tried And True

I’m a big fan of cleaners with less toxins and chemicals and more natural ingredients. Whether you buy bulk bottles of better-for-you cleaners or you make your own, you probably have them stored in glass bottles.

I love how Vanessa from Tried And True blog turned plain glass bottles into expensive-looking designer bottles with these gorgeous labels. She even offers the SVG file for free!

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Bathroom Towel Labels From Iremade

When multiple people are sharing a bathroom, keeping up with who’s towel is who’s is way more difficult than you would think. I love that Sheena from Iremade made these name tag clings to keep her family’s towels labeled.

Bonus points, because the hooks are suction cups and the labels are removable clings, so this project is very renter-friendly.

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Calendar Magnets From Housewives Of Riverton

You probably have a magnetic calendar somewhere in your house to keep your family up to date on what’s happening this month. Magnetic dry-erase calendars are uber functional, but not quite as cute as your paper planner. Paula and Jenn from Housewives Of Riverton fixed that by making these cute calendar magnets with the Cricut Print-Then-Cut feature.

They look just like stickers you’d use in your planner, but they can be moved around as needed. I’m totally making this project this weekend!

easy cricut organizing labels

Garden Stakes From Someday I’ll Learn

A lot of us are taking this extra time at home to work on prepping our springtime gardens, and sometimes it’s hard to tell what your baby crops are when they’re still in the early stages of growth.

Chelsea from Someday I’ll Learn upcycled some old silverware and created these super cute garden stakes. I love this idea so much, and it’s a great way to use up your leftover vinyl scraps since it only takes a tiny amount of vinyl to label each piece of silverware.

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More Easy Cricut Organizing Crafts

Want more Cricut project ideas to get your home organized? Scroll through my archives to see everything I’ve made.

Have you made organizers and labels with your Cricut machine? Email me a photo at hello{at}lelaburris{dot}com! I’d love to share your work and give you a big shoutout on my Instagram and Facebook!

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