Cricut Print and cut has fast become one of my favourite Cricut Projects. It’s feature I avoided using for a long time. But after speaking to other crafters many felt the same.
However, I never realised the endless opportunities and how simple it is to create. Print and cut projects have so many uses in the home, lifestyle and for families.
With this in mind I want to share my favourite projects I have created with my Cricut Maker and print and cut feature in Cricut Design Space.
Firstly A Little About Print And Cut.
What Is Print And Cut?
Cricut Print and cut is a feature that allows you to design a project, print it out on a standard printer and then cut it out on a Cricut machine. The opportunities are endless from kitchen labels, planner stickers, party stickers and dress up dolls. It’s also a great way to create themed birthday parties at a fraction of the cost.
How Do You Print And Cut On A Cricut Machine?
Here is a post with step by step instructions on how to use Cricut Print And Cut CLICK HERE.
What Are The Best Materials To Use?
My absolute favourite is printable vinyl. I find this is thinner than sticker paper and the finish is better. Printable magnetic paper is wonderful for making personalised travel games. However card stock is also great for scrapbooking and card making projects.
My Latest Planner Sticker Project
New Year brings a new planner, thus I have been busy decorating said planner. Getting to choose the exact stickers in colours that make me smile is something I look forward to every year.
Here Are My Top Print And Cut Cricut Projects From Last Year.
Cruise Door Magnets
We created these Mickey Magnets for our cruise audience over on Cruising With Kids. You can also adapt them for fridges, doors and games.
I just love creating planner stickers, the printable vinyl is fabulous for so many projects, school projects and planners. Also to decorate journals and create stickers for scrapbooking and can be personalised.
Oh how I adore my kitchen labels, ok you could argue I need to get out a little more. However organised cupboards are great for the soul. Honestly try it! There are lots of labels ready to use in Cricut Design Space but I wanted to design and make my own and am thrilled with the result. Check the project OUT HERE.
These little magnetic travel dolls are adorable. I used magnetic paper, however you could also add tabs to them and print on card-stock.
THIS POST is a Christmas tag tutorial, and is also adaptable for any occasion. It’s incredible how much you can save making your own tags.
There you have it, 5 easy Cricut Print and Cut projects to get you started. But the opportunities really are endless with print and cut. I cant wait to see what I discover this year.
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