18 Must Have Back To School Cricut Projects

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Make back to school time extra special with these 18 back to school Cricut projects. Save money by purchasing basic supplies and transforming them, personalize supplies with your child’s name on them and even make those hard to find items (hello narwhal) yourself! There is something for every child here.


back to school cricut crafts

Back to school season is here and this year we are aiming to make it extra special! We have rounded up our favorite Cricut projects for back to school from around the web so you can easily make your child special supplies to make them feel extra loved.

Back To School Cricut Projects

Whether you have a boy or a girl, a kindergarten student or a junior high kiddo, there are projects below for all ages! From personalized laptop skins to first day of Kindergarten shirts, we’ve got something for every student to make this year extra fun.


hedgehog tote bag


Make your own personalized library book bags with Cricut Infusible Ink! Grab the directions here.


fun school supply DIY ideas


Make back to school special with custom pencil pouches! DIY instructions here.


personalized laptop


This year 3 of my 4 kids needed laptops for learning so we let each child personalize their laptop using removable vinyl. Directions here.


personalized back to school supplies


Make your own personalized blanks using unicorns and flamingos with this how to from Oh So Lovely Blog.


narwhal backpack diy


Make your own personalized narwhal backpack and matching supplies with this DIY from Housewife Eclectic.


custom homeschool space


For everyone that is homeschooling this year, personalize your space using this cute DIY from Sunny Day Family.


diy cricut tribal bag


This DIY tribal laptop skin and laptop bag is perfect for older kids! Get the free DIY at Aprons and Stilletos.


cricut joy back to school folders


These personalized back to school folders are made using the Cricut Joy and are a must-have for staying organized. Get the DIY at Printable Crush.


hello kindergarten t shirt diy


Make your cuties their own shirt sporting their new grade level for the first day of school using this DIY from The Denver Housewife!


first day of school sign


Personalized back to school signs are a quick and simple craft that will add some fun to the first day of school pictures. Grab the directions from Mommyhood Life.


custom backpack


Start with an inexpensive plain backpack and make it your own with these steps from Creative Ramblings.


diy folders and notebooks cricut project


Buy the basic, plain folders and notebooks and turn them into fabulous personalized designs using this DIY from The Simple Parent.


Cricut personalized kids water bottles


There are a ton of options for designs that you could do on your child’s water bottle. See how to make your own at Mary Martha Mama.


cricut school supplies project


Need to personalize your child’s supplies this year so they don’t get mixed up? Use the print then cut printable vinyl following the directions at Pineapple Paper Co.


mermaid cricut project


Have a mermaid lover? Personalize basic supplies and make them FAB with this DIY from A Shade of Teal.


pencil holder Cricut project


Personalize your child’s home learning space with these cute ideas from The Suburban Mom.


Personalized planner stickers Cricut project


Make your own personalized planner stickers with this DIY from Tastefully Frugal!


Cricut graduation shirt DIY


Make a graduation shirt for your kiddo and take a picture each year starting in Kindergarten using this DIY idea from the Cricut blog.


No matter what projects you choose, doing them with your child makes special memories and creates their very own personalized supplies that are sure to make them feel special every day!


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  1. Great to hear about your new project, Mary! If you’re looking to strengthen your project management skills, I’d recommend learning how to create a project risk register . This guide provides essential insights into identifying, analyzing, and mitigating risks, which is crucial for any successful project. It could be a valuable resource as you navigate your new project. Keep up the great work!

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