Last updated on December 7th, 2017 at 02:49 pm
Most people think the Cricut Explore is for cutting paper and vinyl. But it can cut so much more than that! Let’s take a look at some of the more than 100 Cricut Explore materials and a few things you can make with them.
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Are you guys ready for another Cricut post? The first two posts in this series — What is a Cricut and What Does it Do? and What Kind of Cricut Explore Projects Can I Make? — have both been extremely popular over here on the blog. I’m not surprised — a lot of people have heard of the Cricut Explore but have no idea what all they can do and make with it. I gave a huge list in that second post and a bunch of examples of projects from my own blog, but to get your imagination turning even more, I’d like to talk about some of the different materials you can cut using your Cricut Explore.
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I’ve cut my fair share of different materials on the Cricut Explore, but not anywhere close to the number that Cricut says it will cut. I’ve cut paper, vellum, card stock, fabric, felt, vinyl, iron-on vinyl, printable vinyl, printable sticker paper, washi tape, craft foam, leather, and photographs. Pretty good!
But listen to this — the Cricut will cut more than 100 different materials! From acetate to wrapping paper, you can cut pretty much anything on a Cricut Explore:
How cool is that? Do you have anything to add to this massive list?
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