If you’re new to the Cricut Explore, you might be wondering what kind of Cricut Explore projects are possible. Today I’m sharing a bunch of different projects you can make on this amazing electronic cutting machine!
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It’s time for another in-depth look at the Cricut Explore. I talked a little about this in my last post, What is the Cricut Explore Machine and What Does it Do?, but today I wanted to look more closely at the incredible number of ways you can use this machine for different applications.
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To explain all the different projects you can make, I think it’s best to break them out by category, and then give you some ideas each category. For all of these ideas, you can design them yourself in a design program like Illustrator, create unique designs directly in the Cricut Design Space, upload clip art (like JPGs or PNGs) and turn them into cuttable files, or use one of the many, many files from the Cricut Image Library.
Paper frames, letters, and shapes, and “handwritten” text and drawings.
Parties and Weddings:
Addressing invitations, cards, envelope liners, paper flowers, pennants, bunting, and garlands, decorations, pinwheels, photo booth props, place cards, food labels, cupcake and cake toppers, games, party cups, customized table linens, favors, t-shirts, signage, gift tags, and table numbers.
As I find more Cricut Explore project ideas, I’ll be sure to come back and update this list. Have something I missed? Leave your ideas in the comments!
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