21 Creative Wood Projects You Can Make on a Cricut Machine

Did you know you can cut wood with your Cricut Maker? You can! You can engrave it, too! Here are 21 creative projects you can make with wood using a Cricut.

1. DIY Dresser with Veneer Drawer Fronts

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This DIY dresser is simple and minimalistic but with an elegant patterned walnut veneer! The deep-point blade cuts the Cricut wood veneers. This will be a unique gift for a housewarming or Christmas.

2. 3D Floating Decorative Letters

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This floating sign uses basswood, chipboard, and veneer to give the 3D effect. Make your own customizable floating word sign with a Cricut Maker.

3. DIY Wooden Christmas Ornaments

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These basswood festive Christmas ornaments can be painted or stained with any color design you want. They are a fun addition to your Christmas tree and are great gifts to give at the office Christmas party. 

4. DIY Name Puzzle

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What a great gift idea for kids. You can paint the letters in any color for a custom look. This DIY name puzzle is made using chipboard and basswood. See the full tutorial to make your own.

5. Cricut Coasters with Resin

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I love these geometric coasters made using basswood! They look so modern, and the wood tones show through the resin. This is an easy Cricut project, check out the tutorial to make your own.

6. Hello Sign

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The basswood on the shiplap wood inside the frame gives this sign a 3D effect that takes sign-making crafts to a new level. You can even change it with each season using different words or vinyl.

7. Scrabble Wood Tiles

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Making your own Scrabble wood wall art is easy using your Cricut Maker and basswood. Get the Scrabble SVG file and make your own Scrabble wood wall art.

8. DIY Garden Signs

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Make your own DIY wood garden signs using your Cricut Maker. This herb gets a call out with a sign made using basswood. Hanging it up on a pole is the finishing touch for a great garden sign.

9. Monogram Wood Coasters

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Cut your monogram coasters from basswood and fun fabric. Monogram coasters make a great gift idea; you can easily make them with your Cricut Maker.

10. Engraved Wood Earrings

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Not only can you cut wood with your Cricut Maker, but you can also engrave it using the engraving tip. These DIY wooden earrings are super cute; you can make them as gifts using different shapes and designs.

11. DIY Cake Topper

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Don’t buy those cheesy cake toppers anymore; make your own using a Cricut Maker and chipboard. This tutorial will help you create a unique, one-of-a-kind DIY cake topper.

12. DIY Picture Puzzle

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Turn those wonderful family photos into puzzles using a Cricut and chipboard. You can search many different designs in Cricut Design Space for puzzles to make your DIY puzzle. See the full tutorial to make your photo puzzle.

13. Chipboard Wall Pockets

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These fun wall pocket organizers are made using chipboard and patterned cardstock. Score your chipboard shapes, apply glue, and add your colored paper for an organizer that will help you keep track of all those little things that go missing. Get the tutorial here.

14. DIY Wood Sign

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Cutting wood shapes with your Cricut Maker is a great way to add a 3D effect to wall decor. This DIY wood sign has a camera shape cut from chipboard wood and can be quickly completed with this simple tutorial.

15. Birthday Banner

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Make a happy birthday banner you can use over and over using chipboard. It’s the perfect solution for this DIY Happy Birthday Banner and will last for many birthday celebrations.

16. DIY Desk Organizers

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These wooden desktop organizers are put together like pieces of a puzzle. These containers will make perfect organizing cubes for all your small office supplies or gift them to a friend.

17. DIY Bear Bank

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This simple project is perfect to make for or with kids. Make your own piggy “bear bank” by following the detailed tutorial.

18. Product Tags

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These chipboard product tags use the fine debossing tip and wavy blade. Your design will be debossed into the chipboard, creating a great way to create tags that are on-brand for your products. Get the tutorial here.

19. Organization Tags

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Printed labels are acceptable, but why not make a longer-lasting organization tag using chipboard and your Cricut Maker? With this complete tutorial, these labels will last longer and look nicer than regular printed labels.

20. Llama Desk Buddy

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I think a desk buddy is a beautiful idea! This guy made from chipboard is the perfect companion for you while you work. Make your own adorable llama desk buddy by following the tutorial.

21. DIY Sheep Coasters

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These DIY sheep coasters are made with chipboard and patterned construction paper and are easy to make with your Cricut Maker. They are almost too cute to use. See the tutorial here.

20 Unique DIY Christmas Ornaments You Can Make – Break Free of Big Box Store Decorations

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he holidays are a time for family and fun, so why not craft homemade, unique ornaments with your family? Here are 20 amazing DIY Christmas ornament ideas that won’t break the bank.

Build for Free With Pallet Wood – 15 Easy Project Ideas You’ll Love

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Pallet wood projects are still popular, and for good reason. Pallets are cheap; you can usually get them for free. They are perfect for rustic decor, or you can sand them smooth for a more polished look. All of these pallet wood projects are beginner-friendly and can be made in a day.

Got Scrap Wood? 15 Easy Projects to Help You Get Rid of That Stash

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If you are a woodworker, you know the scrap wood pile grows with every project. It ends up taking lots of space in the workshop. Here are easy-to-make projects that will put the scrap wood to work and reduce your stash.

Anika's goal is to inspire and empower beginners with woodworking, DIY, home improvement, and home decor ideas.
She wants everyone to unlock their creative potential and experience the feeling that comes with making something. Nothing feels better better than seeing something and saying "I can make that!"

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