15 Cricut Craft Supplies Under $5 You Need!

Calling all crafty mamas! If you’re a Cricut enthusiast like me, then you know that finding affordable supplies is like stumbling upon a pot of crafting gold. And boy, do I have some exciting news for you!

Today, we’re diving into a treasure trove of 15 Cricut craft supplies under $5 that will make your creative heart skip a beat. Trust me, you’ll be doing a happy dance once you get your hands on these essential goodies.

So, grab your scissors, buckle up, and get ready for a shopping adventure that will leave your wallet happy and your crafts even happier! Let’s unleash our inner crafting queen and make those dreams come to life without breaking the bank. Are you ready? Let’s jump right in!

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In today’s video, Makers Gonna Learn shares 15 Cricut items under five dollars that the readers may be missing from their Cricut supplies, especially if they are beginners. He advises the readers to hit the like button, subscribe for more cricket videos, and dives into the 15 different items.

He starts off by recommending his favorite item, the zig 2A glue pen, which he has been using for 10 years. The glue goes on blue and dries clear, making it perfect for any paper project. He explains that it is essential for small pieces in paper projects and highly recommends it.

Next, he suggests using a reversible tweezer, which can hold something in place when pressed and release it when released. He explains how it can be used with the glue pen for paper projects and as an alternative weeding tool.

He then mentions the importance of having a bone folder for 3D paper projects and cards. He clarifies that even though the Cricut machine scores the paper, the bone folder is necessary to create crisp, professional folds.

He introduces an adhesive remover, which is a rubber foam block that helps remove adhesive mistakes. He shares how it can be especially useful when using the zig 2A glue pen.

He emphasizes the need for a simple measuring tape, explaining that proper measurement is crucial for successful projects.

He recommends using rubbing alcohol to clean surfaces before applying vinyl. He shares how it helps vinyl stick better and ensures flawless results.

He suggests keeping Mod Podge on hand as a sealer, glue, and finish for various projects.

He advises having t-shirts available for making quick Cricut t-shirts. He suggests keeping popular sizes and colors in stock.

He recommends using 12×12 sheets of vinyl for more color variety and easier storage compared to rolls of vinyl. He advises keeping in mind that vinyl has a shelf life.

He suggests using baby wipes for cleaning Cricut mats and for other messy craft projects.

He talks about the versatile uses of contact paper, such as for protecting Cricut mats when cutting felt and as a temporary transfer tape.

He suggests using foam mounting tape for adding dimension to 3D and paper projects.

He introduces a burnishing tool, which he finds more flexible and effective than other scraper tools. He explains various uses for it, including keeping tumblers in place and helping with vinyl application.

He mentions the usefulness of dollar store pizza pans for various projects, such as creating door hangers.

He recommends a chalkboard for creating fun projects, like a first-day-of-school chart.

Kim Lazaroe

Hi, my name is Kim. I've always enjoyed making crafts for each holiday and season throughout the year. My fond memories are making crafts with my mom or helping my dad build something around the house. Now I get to create new crafting memories with my daughter and husband as well as share my knowledge and experience in crafting with the world. Hope you enjoy my site.

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