Organize those Cricut Drive Housings and QuickSwap Tips in no time! Read all about the Cricut Machine Tool Organizer here. This post contains affiliate links which, when purchased through, add no cost to the consumer, but help support this site with a small commission to continue bringing Cricut tutorials and product reviews.
If you have been a Cricut Maker owner for any length of time, you have likely accumulated a collection Cricut Maker tools. I have a small collection myself, and I hate to admit that they have not been very organized. I have a Cricut tote that I ADORE, and I typically have thrown the blades and tools in one of the attachable pouches.
If you have a Cricut Maker, here are a list of tools and blades that you may have in your collection:
- Double Scoring Wheel Tip
- Scoring Wheel Combo
- Fine Debossing Tip
- Single Scoring Wheel
- Wavy Blade
- Perforation Blade
- Knife Blade
- Engraving Tip
- Rotary Blade
- Regular Fine Point Blade
One of the attractions of the Cricut Maker is the QuickSwap Tip feature. This means that you may have some or all of the above blades with ONLY the tip portion. Or you may have them with the entire Drive Housing. The tips are made to quickly swap in and out of the housing. For the Drive Housing, users must switch out the entire housing.
For a combo of any of the above, it doesn’t take long for the collection of blades and tips to get out of control! Cricut has the new Cricut Machine Tool Organizer to help with exactly this.
The Cricut Tool Organizer has a detachable bottom. The bottom portion fits all of the smaller tips. The top hangs the drive housings. It fits up to 10 Cricut Drive Housings and 9 QuickSwap Tips. The QuickSwap Tips can fit in the bottom portion with or without their protective caps. The clear upper compartment allows me to have visibility to all of my accessories.
I can place the Cricut Tool Organizer within arm’s reach of my Cricut Maker, and I’m ready for any creative project that comes my way.
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