So you have a Cricut!  What do you do now?  I will show you how to use the features of this amazing machine as well as navigate through the Cricut Design Space Program!  We will chat about all the materials you can cut and everything you need to know about your Cricut!

Cricut Explore Air Cutting Machine

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Getting Started with a Cricut

A Cricut is an electronic cutting machine that can meticulously cut a vast array of materials depending on the specific machine you may have.

Note:  I own a Cricut Explore Air.  Everything I can do on the Explore Air you can accomplish on the Cricut Explore Air 2 or the Cricut Maker machines.  You can find the comparison chart of the different machines about halfway down this page here.

If you are looking to purchase a Cricut you may find them online at Cricut website as well as Amazon.

If you just received or bought a Cricut I urge you to check out my Getting Started with your Cricut post.

How in the world does the Machine know what to cut?

In order to tell your Cricut machine how to cut the designs for your project, you will need to use the software program Cricut Design Space.  It is free to use and you just need an email address to sign up!  You can sign up for a Cricut ID and access Cricut Design Space here.  You may also use the Cricut Design Space App for iPads.

You may find more information on Cricut Design space as well as tutorials below.

What materials can I cut on my Cricut?

Materials:

Tools:

  • Score Tool
  • Cricut Pens

Material Tutorials:

How to Cut using a Cricut

Cricut Cutting Tutorials:

Cricut Design Space Tutorials:

Cricut Tools:

Cricut Accessories:

Favorite Places to find Fun SVG Files:

Cricut Projects