4/30 | The Perfect Beginner Cricut Project

Hey guys! I want to show you a simple project to make with your Cricut Explore Air and you’re going to love it. First off let me say that if you don’t have a Cricut, you’re missing out! The possibilities are endless with what you can do. There are so many different types of materials you can use, as well! From adhesive foil, to card stock, to vinyl it all works with the Cricut. If you want to see my fun unboxing video from last year I’ll link it down below!

The Perfect Beginner Cricut Project

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It amazes me how quickly you can get started crafting once you unbox the machine. I hear people all the time ask how to use a Cricut. There’s no difficult instructions or lengthy set up process. I think a lot of people are intimidated and are afraid to buy one and really dive in and see what it can do. I know it looks complicated and it comes with all these cutting materials, mats, and tools that you don’t know how to use. We’ve all been there, but I promise once you get the hang of it you’ll find it super easy and fun.

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Once you’ve got your Cricut set up and ready to go you always want to play around with the settings and test designs to really get a feel of how the machine works and what it can do. Soon you’ll be a pro and getting inspired with so many Cricut project ideas and maybe even making Cricut tutorials yourself!

Today I’m going to show one of the easier Cricut projects you can make. It’s a great Cricut tutorial for beginners and best of all you can give it to your mom for Mother’s Day! That’s right, we’re going to make a beautiful yet simple Mother’s Day card. It’s The Perfect Beginner Cricut Project. After making just a few projects you will get the hang of the machine and use it for everything! I’m talking endless Cricut craft ideas! If you want to check out how we made the card, lucky for you the design is ready to go in Cricut Design Space! It’s one of their Make It Now projects, so all you do is select and go!

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