This week we’ve shared a couple of new party ideas that you can make with your Cricut Maker–the DIY Watermelon Banner using the Cricut Scoring Wheel and the DIY Cake Stand using the Cricut Knife Blade. Since we love using our Cricut Maker to create party ideas, we decided to share the 10 BEST ways you can use your Cricut Maker to plan your next party. Seriously, the Cricut Maker makes it SO easy to create custom party decorations that are professional looking and Pinterest-worthy! Between the DIY Cricut Party Decor ideas we’ve designed and the awesome projects we’ve found from our blogger friends, you’ll be crafting your next party in no time!
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The Cricut Maker is Cricut’s newest machine and is the ultimate in cutting performance and versatility. With the Maker you are able to cut 100s of materials, from fine crepe paper to leather and chipboard–with that kind of versatility, the projects you can create are endless! One of the things that we love about the Cricut Maker is the Adaptive Tool System, allowing Cricut to introduce tools like the Rotary Blade, Knife Blade and Scoring Wheel, as well as expand into other tools in the future.
Using Cricut Design Space, you can create Make It Now projects to have a party decor item ready to craft, or you can use the program to design your own custom items!
Check out the 10 Ways you can use your Cricut Maker for your next party!
- Our new favorite project, we designed and created our very own DIY Cake Stand using Cricut Chipboard and the Cricut Knife Blade–find out how to make yours HERE.
The Cricut Knife Blade is a total game changer. It can cut thicker materials up to 2.4mm, including Cricut Chipboard. The Knife Blade cut the cake stand out of Cricut Chipboard with ease, and in just a few minutes. Being able to design custom cake stands is such a great way to customize a dessert table!
3. Printable Crush used the Knife Blade to create this adorable cake topper for her Palm Springs party–we just love how creative this whole party is! She combined Cricut card stock and Cricut chipboard to create the unique design:
4. Creative favor boxes is on our to-do list for our next party. Beth froms Kingston Crafts crafted these adorable pyramid gift boxes with Cricut leather initial tags to create custom gifts for each of her guests. They really show how versatile the Maker really is!
5. Kim from The Celebration Shoppe also made a cake topper, but using a really trendy script design for her ice cream party. Script cake toppers are really expensive, so being able to create a custom one for your next party is a money-saving idea. And, it’s made from Cricut Chipboard, so it’s really stable, even with the small details.
6. Wood signs are all the rage right now–how about create an OVERSIZE one using your Cricut Maker and Knife Blade for your next party? Whipperberry shows you how to do just that in her Soda Shop party post. Creating something larger than the size of the Cricut mat is one of the many things that let you take your Cricut crafting to the next level.
7. We can’t get enough Llamas! Giggles Galore used the Maker’s ability to cut TONS of fabric materials without backing to create this banner for her party:
8. Jess from Everyday Party Magazine used a lantern design from Design Space to make these DIY Buoys out of card stock using the Scoring Wheel. What a creative idea–and it is a good example of how you are only limited by your imagination with the Cricut Maker!
9. Have a little one celebrating a birthday? The Cricut Maker is not only good at cutting fabric and wood, but is perfect for cutting Vinyl, Iron-On and other materials to create a custom birthday outfit like this Always Be A Mermaid shirt:
There you have it! The 10 Best DIY Cricut Party Ideas to Create with your Cricut Maker!
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