Last updated on September 26th, 2019 at 12:03 pm
The Cricut Explore is an electronic cutting machine that can help you make amazing and professional DIY and design projects. It’s connected with the Cricut Design Space, an online program that allows you to design almost any DIY or craft project you can imagine! Iron-on decals for t-shirts, paper party decorations, leather jewelry, and vinyl for home decor projects are just the beginning. You can create projects directly in the Cricut Design Space, use one of Cricut’s many Make It Now projects, or upload your own images and cut them on the Cricut!
I’ve been using the Cricut Explore for nearly four years and it’s quickly become favorite tool in my craft room. Here you will find all sorts of posts on learning to use the Cricut Explore and the Cricut Design Space, as well as tons of projects you can create at home! If you don’t have one already, you can get one on Amazon or at Cricut.com!
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Cricut Explore Basics
If you’re thinking about getting a Cricut Explore or you have no idea what to do with it, these posts will help get started!
- Is Buying a Cricut Worth It?
- What is the Cricut Explore and What Can I Do With It?
- What Kind of Projects Can I Make Using the Cricut?
- Which Cricut Should I Buy?
- The NEW Cricut Design Space v3 – Favorite Features
- How to Create a Cricut “Make It Now” Project
- How to Create a Custom Project in the Cricut Design Space
Cricut Explore Materials
The Cricut Explore can cut more than 100 materials! Here are some tutorials on how to use them.
- What Cricut Explore Materials Can I Cut?
- What Else Can I Do With My Cricut Besides Cut?
- How to Use Iron-On Vinyl
- How to Use Transfer Tape (NEW!)
Cricut Explore Accessories
While the Cricut doesn’t require anything beyond the machine, a cutting mat, and a blade, there are a lot of useful tools that will help you make the most of your Cricut. Here are a few places to start learning about the tools and accessories that you can get for the Cricut.
- Must Have Cricut Accessories (and How to Use Them!)
- The Cricut Toolset and How To Use It
- Does the Cricut Explore Require Cartridges?
Advanced Cricut Tutorials
- How to Use Color Sync in the Cricut Design Space
- Two Ways to Cut a Sketch on the Cricut
- How to Make SVG Files for Cricut Using Illustrator
Popular Cricut Projects
I have a ton of great Cricut projects for a range of skills! Click below to learn how to do something new with your Cricut Explore: