Best Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Dollar Tree Cricut Products

Best Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

So, it’s no secret that I love Cricut and the Dollar Tree.

Right?

Well, right. So it was really only a matter of time before I combined my love for both great brands in one post.

I run a Cricut Support Group on Facebook, and I am always seeing people ask where to get different products to use with their Cricut machine.

While I always recommend buying the actual vinyl, accessories, blades, etc. directly from Cricut themselves, when it comes to products that you can use to make Cricut creations….there are a lot of great options.

So today I thought I’d focus on products that you can buy at the Dollar Tree that will work beautifully for different projects. You can shop at the Dollar Tree online if you need to buy anything in bulk (or if you can’t find all of these things in store!).

DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND: Here are over 80 Dollar Tree Cricut Project ideas! Many of them use products listed below. Enjoy!

If you are new to Cricut, make sure you check out our Cricut for Beginners course – it’s just $9.99!

Felt Pennants – These would be great for creating custom signs for bedrooms, dorms, etc. You can cut out letters, shapes, etc., using your Cricut machine. I actually didn’t see these online, but they were are the end of the toy aisle at the store we went to.

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

 Favor Boxes – Perfect for weddings and parties. I think it would be fun to use the writing feature to customize these! They have all sorts of colors and styles online.

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Plastic Tubs – The Dollar Tree has all sorts of plastic tubs and trays. This one was really cute!
Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

 Flip Flops – There are all sorts of fun projects you could do with these!

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

 Foam! I loved all the fun options. I also did not find these online, and today was the first day I had seen them in store.

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Tote Bags – They have these in all colors and sizes.
Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Not all markers and pens work the Cricut machine, but I do believe the Dollar Store has a few options that would work.
Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Picture Frames
Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Glassware of all kinds – vases, wine glasses, canning jars, storage jars…the sky is the limit!
Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Tumblers, Coffee Mugs, Water Bottles, etc. So many options. I know that this is a very popular item for Cricut projects, so you definitely should check out the Dollar Tree selection.

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects
Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Hand held mirrors

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Hats – I don’t see these available online.

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Soap Dispensers and Trays

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Canvas Baskets

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Mugs and other cups – this link has some of those fun mason jar drinking glasses!

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Large plastic cups (personalize them for a family reunion!) – scroll down on that link to see these

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

Mini water jugs –  I don’t see these available online.

Dollar Store Products to Use for Cricut Projects

 

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  • It would help us beginners to see at least a few photos of what the project looks like after using the Cricut. Interested, but really unfamiliar with just what it does! Thanks
    • There is a great post I link to in here with TONS of project ideas. I'm sorry I couldn't create a project for every item listed here, but I simply don't have enough time. This post is simply to help push the creative juices :) If there's a product that intrigues you, I encourage you to search the item name and cricut to see what comes up. Hopefully the other post can help you!
  • Nice but this should really be updated. You need to remove the part about pens or makers that would work with the Cricut. I have the Cricut Explore Air 2 not sure if you have one or not but anyway. I’ve bought just about every pen, marker, and crayon from dollar tree for years and there isn’t any that would fit the Cricut just right. I know you said “it might work” in your post but it’s just pointless for it to be there. You might have readers go out of there way to look....which wouldn’t be fair to anyone. TRUST ME there isn’t any marker or pen there that would work with the cricut!
    • I included that because I've had others say they do work :) Thanks for your input! I regularly update this though - so perhaps take what you can use and ignore the rest :) There seems to be no pleasing anyone these days. Have a good day!

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