Best Cricut Accessories: Everything You Need to Make Something Great

Your Cricut is an amazing machine, but it needs plenty of accessories to make using it more efficient. While there are a lot of “official” accessories out there, that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re the best. That’s why I’ve put together this handy list full of all the great little tools I use every day with my Cricut machine. After years of trial and error, I’ve found my favorites and they vary from tiny extras to giant machines.

If you’re looking for the right things to add to your craft table, this is where I recommend you start.

Scotch-Brite Cricut makes great big rolls of Transfer Sheets to help you get vinyl from the adhesive sheet to wherever you want to put your creation, but that doesn’t mean it’s always the best tool for the job. Whether it’s because of convenience or price or just the right amount of adhesive, if I’m working on multiple projects at once I prefer to use lint roller sheets instead. The convenient little roll on a nice handle makes it easy to get adhesive over the project and lift it off the paper, and the tearaway nature of the lint roller sheet makes it super easy to separate from the roll and get onto whatever the destination is for your creation. It couldn’t be easier for small projects, and it’s way cheaper than using the official Transfer Sheets most of the time.

Cricut There are a lot of starter tool kits for Cricut users out there, and Cricut makes some of the best for the price. There’s a weeding pick to help you lift up things you’ve alr