After accumulating a stash of Cricut supplies, I had to get organized! Today I’m showing you how I store my Cricut supplies. This post contains affiliate links, which won’t cost you extra, but helps support this site. This post is sponsored by Cricut. All opinions and photos are my own.
For what I lack in shoes I make up for in Cricut materials and supplies! I am drawn to different card stocks and vinyls. Aren’t they all just so pretty?!?! With more Cricut supplies, I also needed ways to organize and store them. For a while, I kept everything on a large cart in my craft/laundry room. Over time, this quickly became disorganized and out of control. I discovered that it is much easier to keep everything organized if it is separated. Here is a quick tour of how I organize my Cricut supplies and accessories.
For several of these items, I am including coordinating review videos. Please check out the videos to see detailed information (and my thoughts) on each item.
I store my vinyl two ways. First, I use these bag dispensers from Ikea. They are super cheap, but they have holes that are the perfect size for placing vinyl! I have one for iron-on vinyl and one for removable vinyl. The best part is that they are super cheap. At the time of this post, they are $1.99 each.
These plastic dispensers come with a sticky back that attaches to the wall, but the weight of the vinyl is too much and the adhesive will not hold. If using these, be sure to secure the plastic bag dispensers to the wall with screws.
Secondly, I use the Cricut Rolling Craft Tote. The Rolling Craft Tote has a side section that is perfect for standing up multiple rolls of vinyl.
The Rolling Craft Tote also leads me to the category of storing General Cricut Supplies and Materials.
This Rolling Craft Tote is HUGE. The photos and dimensions online do not do it justice. I seriously have a plethora of supplies and they all (except for some card stock packages) fit in the Rolling Craft Tote. My Cricut Cuttlebug slides down in the front section, too.
I know that many people may look at the Rolling Craft Tote and think that it is only for taking Cricut materials to another location. But I love it for home storage. I have small kids in the house, and this keeps them from rummaging through them. I also know several crafters who do not have a dedicated craft space and use the kitchen table or wherever that they can find room. This Rolling Craft Tote would be a great option for storing supplies in a room corner while still looking stylish.
The Rolling Craft Tote has wheels that you could probably choose to not use, if desired. I like the side pockets and sturdy handles for lifting the tote. Although, the Rolling Craft Tote does get quite heavy when full. For this, the top handle comes in handy.
On the interior of the lid, the Rolling Craft Tote comes with two plastic pouches that are perfect for smaller items or Cricut pens.
To see a full tour of the Cricut Rolling Craft Tote, check out this review video:
Cricut Machine Storage
My kids are slightly obsessed with my Cricut machine. This is great when they get older; my daughter already uses it for cutting out letters and borders for school projects. But the triplets just want to push buttons! To keep my Cricut Explore Air 2 from the grasp of little hands, I use the Cricut Machine Tote. The Cricut Machine Tote is not only for travel! This tote is much better than the Cricut canvas jacket. The Cricut Machine Tote is padded and includes pockets for cord storage.
See a full review of the Cricut Machine Tote in this video:
Cricut Tool and Accessory Storage
For Cricut tools and smaller accessories (like the Cricut pens), the Cricut Accessory Pouch is my go-to. In fact, I have four of them. I use one for tools and three for different varieties of Cricut pens.
I like that the Cricut Accessory Pouch folds down to reveal the contents in an easily accessible way for crafting.
See more about the Cricut Accessory Pouch in this video review:
Other Cricut supply and material storage options:
- Rolling Craft Carts
- Metal Buckets
- Over-the-door Shoe Organizer (for things like pens, vinyl rolls, etc.)
- Plastic storage containers
- Plastic crates
- Rolling Wood Drawer Unit
- Wire shelving with baskets/bins
Cricut Shoulder Bag
Do you take your Cricut supplies on the road?
If you do travel with your Cricut and supplies often (Girls’ Night anyone?), be sure to check out the Cricut Shoulder Bag. The bag is the perfect size for a few supplies, and, if your laptop is smaller, then the Cricut Shoulder bag is made to fit it, too.
The Cricut Shoulder Bag has several nice features which you can see in this review video: