Looking for simple projects to make from home this week with your Cricut machine? These 10 projects are adorable, easy, and don’t require much material to make!

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Practicing self-isolation, social distancing, or in quarantine? It’s the perfect time to get going on some craft therapy! I love using my Cricut to cut materials and make fun little projects for me and my kiddos. These ones are fabulous because they don’t require much material, so you can make them with extra scraps you probably have on hand.

Make a DIY Let's Stay Home Tshirt with iron-on scraps and a Cricut

Let’s Stay Home T-Shirt

My DIY “Let’s Stay Home” tee is a great way to use iron-on material scraps. Each word on the tshirt uses a different colour of iron-on, and the message is a much-needed one right now! Get the tutorial to make this t-shirt here on my IGTVGet the tutorial to make this t-shirt here on my IGTV, and find the Cricut Design Space project file right here.

Lunch Money Pouch

This lunch money pourch from Ameroonie Designs is so bright and cheerful! And you wouldn’t have to use these solely for lunch money – they’d make a great gift for any little on that loves mini pouches and purses.

Mason Jar Candle Holder

This mason jar candle holder from Sustain My Craft Habit is so sweet and easy to make! The heart cut out details make it the perfect addition to your romantic decor, or as a wedding accessory.

Funny Saying Socks

These funny saying socks from Over the Big Moon are perfect for your little one that loves to game and watch TV! They’re hilarious and ideal for staying in and getting cozy.

DIY Rainbow Bookends

These DIY rainbow bookends from Giggles Galore make me so happy. The bright colours are a wonderful addition to a child’s room or playroom shelf.

Faux Leather XOXO Necklace

This faux leather XOXO necklace from With a Splash of Color is so pretty and would make a lovely gift. Personalize it for a family or friend.

Put a Drawing Onto a Shirt

Learn how to put a drawing onto a shirt with Hello Creative Family. What a great idea, and a fun project to do with kids!

DIY Disney Totes

These DIY Disney totes from Mama Bear Says would make a lovely teacher’s gift, or a gift bag to for a friend or family member.

DIY Crayon Box

This DIY crayon box from Someday I’ll Learn is a simple way to keep all your crayons in one spot and personalize a container for your child.

Mini Tin Playsets

These mini tin playsets from Housewife Eclectic are the cutest things I’ve ever seen! What a fun and simple toy for a toddler or young child, and they’re so portable.

I can’t wait to get started on some of these fun Cricut crafts with my girls this week. They’ll be great stash busters, and we’ll also have a ton of fun making them!

Now tell me: What can you make with your Cricut this week that uses supplies you already have on hand?

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These Cricut DIY craft projects use little material so you can make them with what you have at home.