10 Best Summer Cricut Projects

Ah Summer. The days are longer and the kiddos are out of school. If there is ever a time to make some fun Cricut projects it is summertime! I have gathered up some of the best Cricut Summer projects from around the web to share with you today. 

Cricut Summer Projects

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Cricut Summer Project #1: Personalized Sand Buckets

Can you believe Katie over at Sew Woodsy made 40 of these personalized sand buckets for her kiddo's birthday party?! These are a super cute and simple (unless you have 40!) summer project. Plus, kids just love anything with their name on it. And maybe, just maybe, for a whole 10 minutes you won't hear kid #1 upset because they think kid #2 has their stuff. 

Cricut Summer Project #2: Hello Summer Front Porch Sign

If you haven't been to The Happy Scraps blog you are missing out! It is one of my favorite blogs that I visit regularly. Amy made this bright and cheery Hello Summer sign and has step-by-step instructions on how you can make it too.

Cricut Summer Project #3: Sip Back and Relax Glasses

I love how Kara from Happy Go Lucky included these individual bottles in her wine glasses. Super cute photos for sure! The teal lids and twine are the perfect extra touches.

Cricut Summer Project #4: Yatzee Yard Dice

If you like playing Yatzee, you will really love playing this yard version that Laura from Make Life Lovely made. Since you only need to cut vinyl circles with your Cricut the project should come together fairly quickly. I really want to make these for our 4th of July party we have every year.

Cricut Summer Project #5: Life is Better in Flip Flops Wooden Sign

Mary from Real Girls Realm made this cute wooden summer sign. What I love is that she shows how to use both regular adhesive vinyl and HTV (heat transfer vinyl) on wood. (New to adhesive vinyl? Check out our Getting Started with Adhesive Vinyl Series).

Cricut Summer Project #6: SunKissed Canvas Bag

If you have not seen the hand lettered SVG files by Dawn Nicole you should head over right away! This sunkissed canvas bag is perfect for throwing all of your summer essentials in. Seriously though, this is a site you will want to bookmark. Her handlettered designs are amazing! 

Cricut Summer Project #7: HTV Flip Flops

Create and Babble shows us step by step how to put heat transfer vinyl on flip flops. 

Cricut Summer Project #8: Grilling Utensils Holder

I NEED to make one of these! Kristyn from Lil' Luna made this sign to hold grilling utensils. 

Cricut Summer Project #9: Hello Summer Cooler and Monogram Pineapple Bag 

I love how Mariah from Giggles Galore used both an SVG file and a Cricut image to create this cooler. Add in the monogrammed pineapple bag and you are set for the pool! 

Cricut Summer Project #10: Sunshine is my Favorite Color Wood Sign

Did you know you can use iron-ons on wood? Amber from  Amber SImmons made this wood sign with Cricut's new iron-on designs. How easy it that?! No Cricut needed! The Cricut iron-ons are so much easier than trying to layer the vinyl. If you need a quick project that is still super cute you should check out them out.

There you have it. Ten Cricut Summer projects to share the sunshine.

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10 Best Cricut Summer Projects

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