Hi! I’m Byrd, I’m a Jesus-loving Millennial and I want to help you start a Cricut business. I’ve been running a Cricut business for 5+ years and I’ve made over $15,000 selling my Cricut projects.

How did I get started with my Cricut business?

I bought my Cricut Explore Air 2 in 2018 with the intent to sell my Cricut projects to make extra money to pay off my credit card debt. The first 3 months that I had my Cricut machine, I just let it sit in the box because I was afraid to learn to use it.

At the time, there were no courses or ebooks to show me how to use my machine. There were YouTube videos available and I would watch the videos and take notes in a notebook to keep up with all the steps.

Shortly after using my notebook to become an expert at making shirts, I began selling shirts to family and friends through word of mouth.

Within the first year of having my Cricut, I had made over $2,000 selling shirts and a variety of projects. I was able to pay off my credit card debt completely.

Fast forward to 2022, I bought a Cricut Maker 3 and I have been able to make over $15,000 selling shirts, wood signs, coasters and so much more by using both of my Cricut machines.

What does InsideOutlined mean?

I got the name InsideOutlined from a phrase I always use, “let’s get these ideas inside my head, outlined on paper.”

I’m a firm believer that when you write down your goals and dreams, you can start to make progress toward them.

What sometimes starts as an idea can turn into something magnificent if you’re willing to make an outline, flesh it out and implement it.

So if you’re ready to start your Cricut business, hop over to my shop and check out some Cricut business resources.

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Quick Facts About Me:

  • I’m a self-proclaimed Microsoft Office expert
  • I’m a foodie
  • I love to travel
  • I’m a minimalist and frequently purge my home to get rid of things I haven’t used in a while
  • I’ve been handcrafting things since I was a toddler
  • I’m a huge advocate for managing personal finances and developing multiple streams of income

And now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love. 1 Corinthians 13:13 NIV

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