Cricut has lots of tools like hooks, spatulas and tweezers to help with weeding vinyl, removing cuts from the mat, sewing, and paper projects. This framed pegboard is how I keep mine organized and easily accessible on my craft table. Want to make one too? I’ll show you how! (some links are affiliate)
11 x 14 picture frame (found this one at the thrift store)
11 x 14 piece of pegboard (I had a small piece leftover from the craft pegboard I made a couple years ago)
Paper straws or dowel to fit the holes
First, paint the frame and pegboard in colors you like. Cut the paper straws or dowels into pieces about 1 or 1.25 inches long.
I used straws, since it’s what I had available, so I capped one end of each cut off piece with hot glue before spray painting them.
When all paint is dry, secure the posts into holes with hot glue.
I also wanted my frame to stand up on it’s own so I can move it around and not have it stuck on a wall. I cut a piece of 1 x2 to about 7 inches long and mitered one end to 12°. Then I used hot glue to attach it to the back of the frame.
I even set it up so that the shorter tools are on the right and there’s room for my scraper at the bottom!
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