Make $100 a Day with Cricut
What if we told you that you could make $100 a Day with Cricut? In this post, we want to show you how you can use your Cricut machine to make profitable craft items. You can make money with your Cricut and we’re going to show you how!
We will give you our best tips and tricks to get into the right mindset so you can figure out just how you can make money with your Cricut. We are going to break it down for you into a step-by-step process. If you’re ready to open up a whole new world of Cricut projects you can sell, let’s get started.
Make $100 a Day with Cricut
Step One: Know Your Numbers.
Don’t overthink this. You just need to know a rough range of what your expenses are to typically make a project. If it’s something that costs less than 50 cents, it probably isn’t worth your time to count up every one of those little expenses. For each of those, just count them as 50 cents to make it easy. Remember to include your blanks, your materials, and all of your supplies.
Step Two: Focus on High-Profit Margin Projects.
Once you know how much it costs to make these Cricut projects, you can then focus on the 2-3 with high-profit margins. We know that you may have all kinds of projects that you like to make, but if you really want to get to a place where you’re making $100 a day, you really need to hone in on the ones that will bring in the most profit. This way you can spend less time but make more money!
Step Three: Recognize that Bulk Orders are Your Friend.
By taking bulk orders, you can work with fewer people and still get big results. You don’t have to worry about sales and marketing as much and can put more of your focus on the creative part. And let’s face it. That’s our favorite part!
Offer a discount for bulk orders to encourage people to order in bulk. This will ultimately save you time and effort while still bringing in the money you want. Once you make an order, it becomes easier and easier to replicate it.
Pro tip: Think about businesses, churches, schools, and other similar places to partner with. They often need shirts and other custom items for their special events. Once you have had a successful custom order, we find that these often become repeat customers!
We encourage you to sit down and do the math to figure out your costs and the items that would be most profitable for you to sell so you can get started on your Cricut business journey!
Tanner, Courtney, and the rest of the Makers Gonna Learn Team are all here because we love die-cutting and especially love sharing fun projects and tutorials with fellow makers. We are all great friends and are always having a blast when we are together- you will see this on camera, especially during live streams! We are here to inspire and support you in your crafting journey!