If like me you are a busy Mum who loves crafting? You will want to learn all about crafting innovations, but also need the time to work, travel, cook and juggle life. This page is full of handy Cricut Tutorials and tips saving you the research. And offering so many possibilities with Cricut products. But lets start with the basics.
There are two types of crafters; The jump straight in and learn by your mistakes and the crafter that reads and watches EVERYTHING to ensure they go in fully prepared.
I am most definitely the former, and yes I can confirm you do learn by your mistakes. However I am here to hold your hand through the early days and aim to help you each step of the way.
So Let’s Grab A Cuppa And I Will Tell You How To Use Your Cricut Machine
Cricut Tutorials And Step By Steps
Along with a few project step-by-steps along the way, I will also share beginners guides to help crafter who are new to Cricut get to know their Cricut Machine.
The Cricut Machine And Design Space For Beginners
If you are totally new to Cricut then these Cricut for beginners posts will take you through the basics. How to use you Cricut Machine and also how to use Cricut Design Space. Along with a few more handy tips, a glossary and a handy tutorial helping you to add your own images to Cricut Design Space.
Papercut’s are a fabulous resource for making cards and gifts such a personalised pictures, cards, banners, crackers, cake toppers, decorating straws. I could go on there is so much you can achieve with the paper cutting feature. Check out my tutorials below which will tale you through designing and cutting your Papercuts, and remember as long as you weld your projects you cant go far wrong.
So many people are frightened to try print and cut, however it’s by far my favourite feature. From party bags and planner stickers to kitchen labels, it really is so easy to create labels for every day life. Check out my print and cut tutorials below. However do remember, calibrate you printer with your Cricut machine before you start.
Welcome to the wonderful world of Infusible Ink, Cricut’s ingenious way of infusing images and words onto t shirts, baby grows, coasters and holdalls, check out how to use Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets and Infusible Ink Pens.
Iron on vinyl is super versatile. Not only can you use it on endless interiors projects, but you can also make and embellish clothes, pumps, baby-grows and shopping bags. I will show you how to layer iron on and use your heat settings to ensure you project looks fantastic.
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