How Do I Make Leather Tags With Cricut?

Leather tags made with Cricut are a great way to add a unique and stylish touch to any project. With the help of Cricut machines, you can create beautiful custom leather tags for clothing, handbags, and other accessories. The process is simple and straightforward, and it doesn’t require any special tools or materials.

To get started, you’ll need some leather scraps or pre-cut leather pieces. You can find these at craft stores or online. For the best results, choose a thick leather that is easy to work with and doesn’t fray easily. Once you have your supplies, you’ll need to design your tags in Cricut Design Space.

In Design Space, create your tag shape by using the Shape tool.

Choose a rectangle for the main part of the tag and then add any details such as text or icons that you’d like to include on it. Once your design is complete, click the “Make It” button to send it to your Cricut machine.

Next, you’ll need to prep your leather pieces before cutting them out with the machine. To do this, use an adhesive spray or double-sided tape on the back of each piece of leather before placing it onto your cutting mat. This will help keep it in place while being cut by the machine.

Now that your leather pieces are ready to go, select “Leather” as your material type on the Cricut dashboard and load your mat into the machine. When prompted by Design Space, press down firmly on each piece of leather as they are being cut out so they come out cleanly and accurately.

Once all of your tags have been cut out with precision accuracy, remove them from the mat carefully and set them aside. To finish up, apply some edge sealer along all of the edges of each tag for a polished look that won’t fray over time.


Creating custom leather tags with Cricut is an easy process that requires minimal effort but yields amazing results! All you need is some scrap or pre-cut leather pieces, Design Space software for designing your tag shapes, an adhesive spray or double-sided tape for keeping everything in place while being cut out by the machine – plus some edge sealer for a professional finish – and you’re ready to make personalized tags that will take any project up a notch!