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Start the new school year in style — whether it’s back in the classroom, homeschooling, or virtual school — with these amazingly creative Cricut Back to School Ideas!
Our 20 Favorite Cricut Back to School Project Ideas
Over the summer the girls and I decorated our new homeschool room using our Cricut Maker and Joy. We also made personalized back to school shirts with our EasyPress2. Working on these crafts and decorations made a somewhat unusual school year feel exciting instead of scary!
Today I’m sharing some of my favorite Cricut ideas for back to school from fellow craft bloggers. These easy Cricut projects are perfect no matter what your school year looks like — whether you’re doing virtual school like us or headed back to the classroom!
Here’s to an awesome start to school — let’s rock this!!
Cricut Homeschool Mom T-Shirt — You already know you’re a rockstar mom…now you can own it with this super cute shirt design!
Polka Dot Wall Decals & Pencil Shaped Clipboards — Make your homeschool room pop with colorful back to school themed wall art!
Personalized Lunchbox & Water Bottles — Why pay big bucks for a fancy lunchbox when you can decorate your own that is perfectly your child’s style? Love these alien and sea life designs from Moms & Crafters!
Homeschool Room Organization Tips — Keeping your homeschool room organized has never been easier – or cuter – than with these animal themed labels from Sunny Day Family!
Personalized Class Folders — Keep classwork organized with these cute and easy back to school folder designs from Printable Crush!
Back to School Grade T-Shirts — Celebrate the start of a new year and a new grade with these adorable t-shirt designs from The Denver Housewife!
Chalkboard Back to School Sign — Make those first day of school photos extra special with this customizable chalkboard sign with designs by Mommyhood Life!
Homeschool Rules Sign — Hello Creative Family designed this bright and inspiring homeschool rules sign that you can use in your own home!
Leopard Print Backpack — Take any backpack and make it rawr-some with this leopard print design by Creative Ramblings Blog!
Personalized School Supply Labels — Usually we’re all about sharing, however, this year kids will likely have their own set of supplies. Make sure your kids can keep track of theirs with these colorful printable labels from Pineapple Paper Co!
Graduation Year T-Shirts — A new spin on back to school t-shirts, celebrating the year your child will graduate! Love this design from Happily Trista!
Back to School Tote for Teachers — This design by Play Party Plan is such a sweet and useful gift for teachers to kick off the new school year!
Video Game Themed Back to School Water Bottle — Your little gamer will love this personalized water bottle created by Sugarcoated Housewife!
Back to School Mask Bag — Store essentials like sanitizer and face masks in this clever clutch designed by Giggles Galore! (Click here to learn how to make your own cloth masks with a t-shirt!)
Harry Potter Themed School Supplies — Cool idea from Lovely Indeed to add a bit of flair to school supplies that Potterheads will love!
Printable School Planner Stickers — Keep track of school happenings in style with these fun sticker designs from Tastefully Frugal!
Virtual School T-Shirts — Celebrate a unique school year with these customizable virtual school t-shirt designs!
“Rule the School” T-Shirt — Another cute idea for homeschool mamas or a back to school teacher gift! Click here to see this and even more shirt ideas from the Cricut Blog!
Social Distancing Floor Marker — Click here to see this project and more social distancing classroom ideas from the Cricut Blog!
Personalized Pencil Bags — Click here to see this project, plus more personalized school supply ideas from the Cricut Blog!
Just Getting Started with your Cricut?
Check out this step-by-step post I designed for Cricut beginners: How to Use a Cricut Maker. I wrote this post when I had just got my Maker with all the information I wish I’d known first!