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How I store my Cricut machines, materials, and accessories!

April 2, 2020

A love for crafts that goes beyond the craft. The protection of the prized machines and materials. *Insert laugh here* but really… I would probably break down in tears if something happened to my supplies.

This post is NOT sponsored by Cricut. However due to a partnership I have with them my machines and totes were supplied/gifted by Cricut. All opinions are 100% my own.

Storing your craft machines and supplies has never been easier. Easy also means better right?! Right!

Here’s what this post will contain:
Cricut Rolling Tote
Machine Totes x2
Cricut EasyPress Tote 9×9
EasyPress 2
Cricut Maker
Cricut Explore Air 2

Let’s get storing!

What machines do I have?

I have the Cricut Explore Air 2, Cricut Maker, and the Cricut EasyPress 2.

To store these three items I have 1 EasyPress tote, and 2 Machine totes.

The Machine Totes have a foam insulation/lining to safely secure my machines. They both fit perfectly and can easily move from one place to another. These totes stack perfectly with my Rolling storage tote! (Coming up)

The Easy Press Tote fits the machine and its stand! Storing the EasyPress is quick and easy! The tote has handles to carry normally and a shoulder strap. I want to take it everywhere with me, even places I definitely don’t need it.

*chuckles*

Okay, so let’s move on to my Cricut Rolling Tote! The Beauty that fits perfectly under my desk while I’m working away.

What do I use it for? I actually use it to store all of my Cricut materials, tools, and extra accessories.

It comes with two small cases/pouches that attach to the lid with strong velcro. I use these for my tools and blades. Easy access and easy organized storage.

Then there are 4 sections in the tote. I use the two side compartments for all my Vinyl, Transfer Sheets, etc. The back of the middle compartments I use for my cutting mats, heavy materials (paper, wood, Kraft board, felt, etc.) there’s a small gap of space left so I’ll put any overflow here. In the last compartment, front middle. You’ll find a thin sleeve compartment, I use mine for pens and scrap materials. I hate to waste so I always save it for a new purpose. The larger section of this space holds (you guessed it) more materials. I go through them fast so honestly it’s any and all overflow from the other compartment, as well as mat press mat.

I do not have any other storage for my Cricut supplies so obviously this speaks to how much they hold, how quickly I burn through material, and how amazing these items are to have.

What will I do if I get new machines or even more materials and accessories?

Well I actually do plan to get a Bright pad, EasyPress Mini and a Cricut Joy in the near future.

The bright pad is thin enough to fit in the rolling totes, small sleeve section. The EasyPress Mini can fit almost anywhere in the same tote.

As for the Cricut Joy, I’ll be purchasing the tote designed specifically for the new machine. Then the accessories and materials that will come with my new machine. It’ll take a bit of reorganizing and some extra projects to finish some of the stray materials but it’s all worth it!

After everything is all done, I’ll stack all my totes and roll them safely into my closet!

I’m passionate about my crafts! I love everything being safe, organized, and accessible!

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  1. These storage totes are awesome! My Cricut is currently piled under other items. It would be so much better preserved if I had this!

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