How Do I Engrave Metal With My Cricut Maker?

Engraving metal with your Cricut Maker is an easy, cost-effective way to make custom jewelry, home décor pieces, and more. It requires minimal setup and materials and can be done in the comfort of your own home. Here’s how to get started:

1. Gather Your Supplies:

You’ll need a few essential supplies – a Cricut Maker machine, an engraving tool, engraving metal sheets, a cutting mat, and transfer tape. You also have the option of getting additional tools like a weeding tool if you plan on making intricate designs.

2. Choose Your Design:

Once you have all the supplies you need, it’s time to choose your design. You can either create one yourself or use a ready-made design from Cricut Design Space. Be sure to adjust any size or placement settings as needed before beginning.


Place the Metal Sheet:

Once you have your design ready, it’s time to start engraving! Place the metal sheet onto the cutting mat with the glossy side up and secure it in place with transfer tape.

4. Begin Engraving:

Load the engraving tool into your Cricut Maker machine and select “Engrave” from the main menu. Follow all prompts that appear on your screen for loading and securing your materials before hitting “Go”. Allow your machine to finish engraving before proceeding.

5. Remove Your Engraved Piece:

After your machine has finished engraving, you can remove your piece from the cutting mat by slowly peeling away the transfer tape. If there are any burrs or sharp edges left behind after engraving, use a weeding tool to remove them.


Engraving metal with a Cricut Maker is fast, easy and cost-effective – perfect for creating personalized jewelry or décor pieces at home! With just a few simple steps you can make beautiful engraved pieces that will last for years to come.