It’s no secret that crafters are obsessed with Cricut. While I’m no domestic goddess, I had to see what the hype was all about. I
You can add color and texture to any Cricut craft project by using the Print Then Cut feature. To do this, you’ll need an inkjet
If you’re looking to cut one image out of another image, cut text from an image, or separate overlapping shapes, you’re going to need Cricut’s
You must replace (or sharpen) your Cricut blade regularly to keep your cuts crisp and complete. To do this, you need to know how to
Cricut’s Infusible Inks are fun new tools that capable of producing long-lasting, professional-quality heat transfers. Unlike iron-on, infusible inks are completely peel-proof, flake-proof, and wash-proof.
In our humble opinion, Flatten is one of the most practical functions in Design Space. It permanently smushes together multi-layered projects so that they can
When we first got our Cricut, we were tossing blades by the dozen. It felt like even a few vinyl or cardstock cuts would decrease