With the recent Cricut Maker and Cricut Joy launches, you may be wondering if your Cricut Explore Air 2 is still useful. YES! Check out these amazing projects that you can make, plus learn more about this versatile cutting machine.
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I’ll be the first to admit that I have given Cricut Joy and Cricut Maker a lot of love here on my blog. Which may have my Cricut Explore-owning readers wondering if there’s still projects they can make without the specialty tools and materials of the other two newer machines.
The answer is a resounding yes!
Your Cricut Explore Air 2 is a remarkably versatile cutting machine. It can cut more than 100 materials using three different blades. You can make so many things! For more information about the Cricut Explore Air 2 machine, check out my blog: The Ultimate Guide to Cricut Explore Air 2
Let’s start with some other posts that Cricut Explore Air 2 owners might find helpful:
- All About Cricut Explore
- The Ultimate Guide to Cricut Blades
- What Materials Can I Cut with Cricut Explore?
- Tips for Using the Cricut Scoring Stylus
- Must-Have Cricut Explore Accessories
Projects for Your Cricut Explore Air 2
Now let’s check out some projects you can make using your Cricut Explore Air 2! I cut all of these projects using my Cricut Explore Air 2—you can see the wide variety of materials and projects that are possible!
What are your favorite types of projects to make with your Cricut Explore? I’d love to hear about them in the comments!