Free Your Imagination

Free Your Imagination

Although many people may think that technology hinders creativity and craftsmanship, Cricut has proven that they are mutually reinforcing. With the right machine, you can create almost anything you can imagine. The best cricut machines will cut the materials you use most often and are large enough to meet your needs.

Our favorite model, Circut Explore Air 2, allows you to use more than 100 materials for production, providing the most versatility at the best price. If you want to learn more about the different cricut machines, so that you can decide which model is best for your production needs, we have provided service for you.

Although cricuts performs various automated tasks from writing to scoring to embossing, the main function is cutting. The cricut machine performs complex and precise cutting of various materials. Depending on the Cricut machine you buy, you can use it to cut cardstock, vinyl, fabric, and even balsa wood.

Cricut currently produces three different cutting machines: Cricut Joy, Cricut Explore Air 2 and Cricut Maker. Cricut Joy has limited functions. Since there are fewer things to learn, it is the best choice for beginners. Cricut Explore Air 2 is highly flexible and affordable, making it most suitable for ordinary craftsmen. If you are a heavy craftsman who likes to cut multiple materials, then Cricut Maker is the top model.

In addition to cutting machines, Cricut also has a series of heat presses. These models do not allow you to create them, but you can add ironing materials to your project. One model can even handle the heat transferred to the cup.

  1. Cricut Explore Air 2 Machine 

This starter kit is awesome. It gives you all the tools to get started. The guides are a PDF and should be emailed to you once our item gets shipped but if it doesn’t just shoot out an email to the seller and they’ll send it right over. This was my first cricut and I’m totally pleased with how it operates. I’ve heard and watched videos saying how loud it is, but it’s honestly not that loud. If you’re thinking about getting one, this bundle is the way to go.

  •  Cricut Easy Press

I’ve had the original Cricut Easy Press for about six months, and love it. This one is so much more heat stable and just super easy to use. It comes in a lightweight canvas bag that’s perfect for doing a test on right out of the box! I like that since with the prior model, I had to find a scrap to use the test piece on. I’m also so happy with the gorgeous Cricut glitter vinyl the sample is made from (in a cute Cricut logo for the drawstring bag), so will be giving that a second chance, since I didn’t have a lot of success using Cricut HTV (Heat Transfer Vinyl) in the past.

  • Cricut Joy Machine

I’ve wanted to purchase a Cricut for some time now but hesitated due to the size of the other machines. Which were so intimidating, not to mention the price tag in those bad boys! But now that they finally came out with a compact machine and I absolutely love it. Super easy to use and navigate through the app and make your very own unique creations. I’m in love! I’ve made a few cards and even a drawing all uploaded straight to the Cricut Design Space one my iPhone. Yes, you read that right the pictures were designed in the palm of my hand!

Overall I feel that I made the right purchase for me and my needs. I’d definitely recommend this to anyone wanting to do a little DIY crafts.

  • Circut maker 3

I bought a Cricut Explore Air 2 not too long ago. I was/am in LOVE with that machine. So much that I balked when a neighbor wanted to buy it. I didn’t know the Maker was coming when I bought my Air 2. Since I primarily work with textiles the Maker was the better option for my needs. So, I bought mine today. I brought it home, unboxed it and the husband decided HE wanted to help (insert eye roll). Well, since I am wearing my “I love my husband” shirt, I had to let him assist and since I had no “help” with my Air 2, I let him do all the work as I read him the instructions.
I think we will be ordering his Maker soon. HA! No, in all seriousness, I do not know how I lived without this machine before today.

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