Silhouette or Cricut Projects to Make & SELL!

If you follow my blog, you know I share lots of Silhouette projects.

If you follow or have bought from my Etsy, you can imagine, I use my Silhouette Cameo just about every day!

If you don’t know, a Silhouette, or Cricut, is a cutting machine. You can cut sticky vinyl (stickers, more or less), heat transfer vinyl, paper, or even fabric. The possibilities are endless for what projects you can do, but I’ll insert a few that have been my favorite to make and sell.

In the captions, I will provide the link to the product, a link to any tutorial I can find, and a list of supplies. For sticky vinyl, I always use Oracal 651, and for heat transfer, I always use Siser Heat Transfer Vinyl.

Please note that links may take you to my Etsy shop. Also, some links in this page also may be affiliate links, which means I will make a small commission if you purchase those products using my link. Thank you for supporting my blog!

Holiday & Seasonal

Find the set here on my Etsy shop.
Find a tutorial here from Silhouette School’s Youtube channel.
My photo and product, made with SVG design bundle from WIPSART.
A great tutorial can be found here on Youtube.
My product, currently not open to non-local orders.
I posted a tutorial on this porch sign here!
Personalized Birthday Cake Topper on my Etsy shop here.
A great tutorial can be found on Youtube here.
Post on Thanksgiving & Black Friday Tees here
A tutorial can be found here.

Baby & Toddler

Name Announcement, found on my Etsy, here.
Tutorial coming soon.
Can be found on my Etsy, here

That’s a small taste on some of my favorite items I have made and sold. Be on the lookout for a part 2, because I have so many more favorites that just can’t fit into one post!

Have you ever been interested in selling on Etsy? Do you use your Silhouette regularly or are you trying to dust it off and get back into your hobby?

Let me know in the comments and follow me on Pinterest for more ideas!

Check out this post for one of my favorite silhouette projects from a Dollar Spot find!

Note: All photos are my own of my own projects. Video and blog post tutorials are not my own, unless otherwise stated. Links may be affiliate links, which means I earn a small commission if you buy the product using the link I provided.


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