How to Organize with Cricut Bags and Totes. Keep all of your Cricut Explore supplies in one place. An easy DIY craft tutorial idea. This is sponsored post on behalf of Cricut. All opinions are my own because I love giving you helpful tutorials!
Did you guys know that I love my Cricut Explore? It is a true match made in heaven!
I use my Cricut Explore Air 2 seriously all of the time. There have even been a couple tutorials shared on this blog using the Cricut. You can find my Cricut Tutorials by clicking here. Currently, there are 31! See I told you I use it all the time. 🙂
If you want to learn more about this amazing tool, I do have a Cricut Explore Air 2 Review post where you can learn about everything it can do!
Since my Cricut Explore is used so much, I sort of have a lot of supplies. Do I have enough supplies? No, but I do have quite a bit!
Recently Cricut released a set of Bags and Totes to help organize all of your supplies in one place. And now easily take all of your supplies on the go as well! GENIUS!
Today, I am going to review these bags and totes and show you how I have used them to organize all of my Cricut supplies.
How to Organize with Cricut Bags and Totes
Let’s start at the bottom of the stack and work our way up.
Tweed Rolling Craft Tote
The largest tote is the Rolling Craft Tote. This amazing tote is great to organize craft supplies of any kind, so much more that Cricut Supplies. But, I am choosing to keep to just my Cricut Supplies so I can keep everything one place.
To begin with, there are pockets everywhere! Both sides and the back side as well.
Open it up and look at all of that space?
Time to fill ‘er up!
The lid of the tote has an elastic strap that wraps around the extended handle that keeps the lid open so everything inside is easily accessible. There are two zip pouches attach to the lid with velcro that are the perfect size to hold makers or your Cricut Tools.
There are four large compartments in the main body of the tote. Far left is where I keep my rolls of Transfer Tape, a must for vinyl application.
The center of the tote is divided into two horizontal sections. The back is perfect for keeping packages of Craft Foam or Deluxe Paper. Basically, any type of supply that is packaged in sheets. And then rolls of Cricut Vinyl in the largest section. They can easily stand up making finding the perfect color a breeze without having to dig through the supplies.
The far right section is where I keep the Iron-On.
The front side wall has two zippers so you can extend that section to make it even easier to search through. In the wall is also a folder pocket, perfect for scraps!
Did you notice the pink and blue Accessory Pouches? These are pretty fun too! This is pouch is also great for holding Cricut Tools, pens, markers, and supplies. Fold the edge down to easily see what you are looking for. Then zip them up and throw them back into your tote!
Tweed Machine Tote
The Machine Tote is great for storing your Cricut Explore Machine and of course taking it along on those weekend craft getaways.
Open it up and you can see how safe and snug your Cricut Explore is going to be!
On the bottom of the tote is a cut-out section that is the perfect place to store power and USB cords.
The Cricut Explore fits snugly inside, but don’t worry it isn’t too snug to where it is hard to remove. There is plenty of hand space on each side of the machine so you can easily put it in the tote, and remove it. They thought of everything!
Side pocket on each side is another great place to store cords or other small items.
The Machine Tote also includes an optional padded shoulder strap.
Tweed Shoulder Bag
Last, but definitely not least is the Shoulder Bag. This is the best computer bag and filled with lots of pockets! No wasted space here either!
The inside is the most gorgeous yellow and gray striped fabric and is padded to make sure your laptop travels safely and comfy.
The bag has nice carry handles but there is also an optional shoulder strap, so you can carry the bag how is most comfortable to you!
Plus, we have haven’t covered just how gorgeous these bags are! The gray tweed has a very professional look! No even has to know you are off to craft all weekend!
Are you needing these Cricut Bags and Totes too? You can buy them by clicking the links below!
Which Tote or Bag is your favorite? Share and leave a comment below!
And let’s be friends on Pinterest so you can see all the DIY projects I’m pinning!
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