This post shares a roundup of awesome personalized Cricut projects for kids and babies! Cricut machines and materials are an amazing way to help you make custom gifts for all the little ones in your life. This post is sponsored by Cricut and contains affiliate links.
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24 Personalized Cricut Projects for Kids and Babies
Hey guys! Today I’m popping in to share a roundup of some great personalized Cricut projects for kids. Customized gifts make amazing gifts, and if you have a Cricut, the possibilities are endless. I talked a bit about this in a post I did a few months ago on how to make a custom reusable tote bag using Cricut’s Infusible Ink.
When it comes to custom projects for kids, there are a ton of options. From school supplies to stuffies to backpacks and more, your Cricut and the variety of materials available will help you create stunning, professional-looking pieces. Let’s look at a roundup of 24 I’ve selected to inspire you!
Note: Many of these projects link to Cricut’s Design Space, so if you don’t already have a Design Space account, you’ll need to make one. If you have one, make sure you log in!
1. Kids Personalized Pencil Box Project
This personalized ocean pencil box is on Design Space and is so cute! It uses a layering technique to create this adorable personalized pencil box for kids. Pencil boxes are cheap to buy and easy to customize, too.
2. Personalized Coloring Book Project Using Cricut
This personalized coloring book is so cute! I actually hired an artist on Fiverr to design a custom coloring page for my daughter’s daycare teacher. It was her Christmas gift. I wish I had enough talent to design a personalized coloring book! Maybe next year. 🙂
3. Personalized Cricut Backpack and Lunch Gear Project
I love this personalized backpack and lunch gear from Pretty Providence. It’s so simple but so cute. You could easily replicate this project on many different surfaces.
4. Personalized Kids Stuffy Using Cricut Iron-on
I love how cute and simple this personalized stuffy is! This would make a great gift for new parents. Probably best for kids with shorter names, though. 🙂
5. Tooth Fairy Pouch Project for Kids
My friend Cori at Hey Let’s Make Stuff has some really awesome project ideas, including these customizable tooth fairy pouches using her Cricut. I love these because you could probably just upcycle old bags/pouches from something else and make something fun for your kids.
6. Cricut Personalized Monogram Kids Sippy Cups
This monogram sippy cup project is available on Design Space and would be a really cute idea for the daycare kids out there! Sure, you could use a label paper to label their sippy cups…but why not go all out?!
7. Patterned Cricut Iron-on Letter Kids T-Shirts
My friend Colleen at Lemon Thistle made these adorable patterned latter t-shirts for her kids using her Cricut. She has a very chic and modern style, and I love how she adapted that style to make these kid and baby items. The tutorial also includes a tutorial on using the Cricut Design Space’s slice tool to get that layered look.
8. Personalized Sibling Stuffies
These personalized sibling stuffies are another great example of an easy project you can make using things you might already have. You could easily customize them for your kids.
9. Acetate Kids Hair Bow Project Using Cricut Maker
10. Personalized Kids Backpack With Cricut Holographic Iron-on
Want more Cricut? Check out my super detailed guide to using the Cricut Maker Knife Blade, how to slice text in Cricut Design Space, my EasyPress 2 guide, my Cricut Explore Air 2 review, my debossing and engraving tip tutorial, and my tutorial for the new EasyPress Mini and using iron-on with wood! You can also check out my free cut file gallery and the latest project for my printer stand and storage for my Cricut machines!
11. Custom Kids Toy Storage Bags Using Cricut
These really cute toy storage bags also don’t have names on these, but they can be easily customized based on your kid’s favorite toys! You can check out the full tutorial on Design Space.
12. Personalized “Hello” Iron-on Bodysuit
I really love these hello my name is… cut files! You could easily customize them to be as girly (like this one) or gender-neutral as you’d like. Really cute.
13. DIY Personalized Storage Box
Personalized storage boxes are great for kids because they have tons of little trinkets that they love sorting and storing. Even my 2-year-old daughter would love something like this to fuss around with!
14. DIY Personalized Kids Puzzle Using the Cricut Maker
This DIY Puzzle made with the Cricut Maker by The Country Chic Cottage is DEFINITELY on my to-do list right now. I love this—it’s genius! Ramona is big in to puzzles right now, and she’d love something personalized with photos of things she likes.
15. DIY Llama Hoodie Kids
Okay, so maybe I included this one just because it’s amazing. This llama hoodie isn’t just for kids, either. I would wear this! It’s so cute, and I love the mixed-and-matched patterns.
16. Personalized Baby Bodysuit Using Cricut Infusible Ink
17. DIY Kids Workbench Personalized With Cricut Vinyl
I made this DIY workbench for Ramona a few months ago. At the last minute, I decided it would be even cuter if I added her name to it. Making it a personalized workbench makes it that much cuter. 🙂
18. Personalized Kids Age Shirt Using Cricut Holographic Iron-on
This personalized mermaid age shirt using holographic material would be cute for any birthday! In fact, as I write this, Ramona has a 2nd birthday on the horizon…maybe I should make her something with a 2 on it.
19. Personalized Water Bottle Project for Kids
Another project from my friend Colleen at Lemon Thistle. She’s sharing these cute personalized water bottles, as well as a tutorial about how to knock out words in shapes in Design Space. Great tips!
20. Personalized Dancer Tote Bag Project
21. Personalized Cord Organizer Project for older kids
These DIY leather cord organizers using the Cricut EasyPress Mini by my friend Emily at Small Stuff Counts are best for older kids, but who doesn’t have devices with cords these days? Cords can be so annoying, too, so these are a fantastic solution!
22. Baby Softie Blocks Project Using Cricut Maker
I had to include these baby softie blocks made using the Maker because they are just so cute. While they aren’t personalized with a name, they can be personalized using different fabrics and colors. They are adorable!
23. Personalized Kids Stuffy Project
Sophia’s worry monster is one of my favorite projects on this roundup! It’s so adorable. The holographic iron-on is so beautiful, and the colors look great on this little monster.
24. Dyed and Personalized Kids Aprons
25. Customized kids brushes
I made these personalized kids brushes as a way to illustrate how to use the slice tool in Cricut’s Design Space. They turned out so cute!