The Cricut Maker is so exciting because of all the different materials that it can cut. One of the materials I’m most excited about is basswood so today I’m sharing a round-up of the best Cricut Maker Wood Projects I’ve seen. I hope that it inspires you and helps get your creative juices flowing too!
This Farmhouse Sign by Jenny from Everyday Jenny absolutely stopped me in my tracks the first time I saw it! You need to check it out to see the tutorial and how she changes it out seasonally for Christmas. It’s just too cute.
Lindi from Love Create Celebrate has a tutorial for how to make these adorable wooden letters that she attaches to stockings to personalize them.
These wooden name puzzles by Angie from Country Chic Cottage are so cute and I think they would make a great gift for a new baby or first birthday.
Recently I share a tutorial for Cricut Earrings that are super easy to make and you can grab the cut file and make your own in no time at all.
Abby from Sew Much Ado has a tutorial for these amazing wooden coasters she made with her Cricut Maker along with 2 other cute stocking stuffers.
You already saw Jenny from Everyday Jenny’s cute Farmhouse Sign above but I just had to include her Seasonal Home Sign because it’s just too cute. All of her stuff is so creative you really need to go check it out.
Basswood Welcome Wreath
Sarah from The Simply Crafted Life has a tutorial for a great Welcome Wreath and helpful tips for using your knifeblade to cut out letters.
Wooden State Ornament
Claire from May Kit DIY has a tutorial for a Wooden State Ornament that shows some local love for Ohio AND she has the svg files for all the other states too!
Wooden Tree Ornaments
I showed you Lindi from Love Create Celebrate’s Wooden Letters that she added to personalize stockings but you also need to see these Christmas Tree Ornaments that she made. This gives me so many ideas for ornaments that I can make for Christmas this year.
So now that you’ve seen all of these great Cricut Maker Wood Projects what ideas do you have? I’d love to hear what you are going to make in the comments below!