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We had so much fun with our personalized back to school supplies we made with our Cricut that we decided to do a round up of other fun projects you can make with your Cricut for back to school.
In case you missed it last week we shared how we used our Cricut Joy and EasyPress Mini to personalize our back to school supplies – check out that post by clicking on the photo below.
Our friend Hillary from SugarCoatedHousewife.com created these Back to School Essentials for her son. I love the water bottle.
Next up is our friend Monica from SookeeDesigns.com. She created some awesome projects using Iron-on. Have you used Iron-on on paper yet?
Our friend Amy from TheHappyScraps.com has ALL the essentials covered with her back to school projects.
Audrey from OhSoLovelyBlog.com helped her daughter add a lot of personality to her back to school supplies using her Cricut and vinyl.
Charynn from PineapplePaperCo.com always has the most beautiful projects. Her back to school labels are no exception – my daughters are already designing their own.
Mariah from GigglesGalore.net uses the most beautiful colors on all her projects. I am in love with the “Spread Kindness Not Germs” face mask.
Did you know Cricut now has Harry Potter designs in Design Space? Chelsea from LovelyIndeed.com used the new designs to create the cutest back to school projects!
Raise your hand if you’re relying on a planner now that kids are back in school? I know we are! Our friend Sydney from TastefullyFrugal.org created the cutest planner stickers with her Cricut.
It’s not just students who need personalized back to school supplies. Check out these teacher supplies Sarah from PrettyProvidence.com created. I love that you can personalize them to match the classroom design or the school colors.
We love all these personalized back to school supplies posts and appreciate the time all these ladies took to share them with us.
Make sure you check them out and tell them what projects you like best.