Thursday, October 13, 2022

13 Things You Can Make with a Cricut

 Since it's Thursday, that means 13 things.

I recently upgraded to the Cricut Maker (previously using Explore Air 2) thanks to my husband's thoughtfulness, and there is soooooo much you can do with it!  It cuts more than 300 types of materials.  Here are a few of my ideas:

1.  Cut removable adhesive vinyl to decorate your walls.

2.  Cut permanent vinyl transfers for acrylic keychains or heat transfer vinyl for canvas bags and or tee shirts like I did in this post.

3.  Engrave cool designs on metal or make doggy/kitty tags.

4.  Create one-of-a-kind greeting cards like this one.

5.  Cut letters for titles on school projects, presentations, or scrapbooking with tons of fonts to choose from!

6.  Cut designs to use in scrapbooks.
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8.  Deboss designs on paper or cardstock.
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9.  Transfer foil designs and text to paper for cards or other paper crafts.
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10. Create adorable gift bags and gift tags.
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11. Create 3D objects with cardstock or vinyl such as a Santa mailbox, a purse, or a haunted mansion.

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12. Cut chipboard to create something functional such as the Cricut tool holder and organizer I am making next week courtesy of Jennifer Maker.
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13. Cut fabric up to 24 inches with the 12x24 mat, perfect for when I made my granddaughter’s quilt.

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  1. Looks like your creativity will have no limits!

  2. That looks like quite the doohickey for doing things. Enjoy!

  3. I can tell it brings you much joy. :-)

  4. It sounds worth the investment.


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