DIY Cricut Vinyl Roll Holder

DIY Cricut Vinyl Roll Holder

This DIY craft tutorial shows you how to hack some Dollar tree supplies to create a clever storage system for your HTV or Vinyl rolls.

What you need

Broom Handles

Bromom Holders 



This amazing Dollar tree hack was contributed by Kay Lynn.

If you’re a crafter who loves to work with vinyl, you know how important it is to keep your vinyl rolls organized and easily accessible. But with so many different sizes and colors of vinyl, finding a storage solution that works can be a challenge. That’s where this DIY Cricut vinyl roll holder comes in.

This clever storage system is not only functional, but it’s also easy and affordable to make. Using just a few supplies from your local Dollar Tree store, you can create a custom storage solution for your vinyl rolls that will keep them organized and within reach while you work on your crafting projects.

This DIY craft tutorial will guide you through the process of hacking some Dollar Tree supplies to create a clever and practical storage solution for your HTV or vinyl rolls. With step-by-step instructions and photos, you’ll learn how to create a sturdy and attractive vinyl roll holder that will help you stay organized and focused on your crafting.

So if you’re tired of digging through piles of vinyl rolls every time you start a new project, this DIY Cricut vinyl roll holder is the perfect solution. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crafter, this tutorial is easy to follow and will have you creating a custom storage solution in no time. So gather your supplies and get ready to transform your crafting space with this DIY vinyl roll holder.


This Cricut vinyl storage rack is made using Dollar tree items and costs, just $3.75 per length it holds 3 rolls of Crocut HTV or Permanent vinyl.

This tutorial doesn’t require any cutting, but if you have a small wall you can cut your broom handles to length. Make sure they fit 1 or 2 lengths of the rolls.

Each broom handle is held up using the Broom holder clips sideways, mark out where you would like to stick them, take a step back and check before attaching the holders.

One piece of advice is to make sure they are high enough so little hands can not reach your vinyl rolls as they are quite fun for little kids to spin. Yes, I learned that the hard way.

I also attached a pair or scissors on a long ribbon, so I always knew where my sharp scissors were, you could attach whatever it is you like t use to cut your vinyl.





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