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It’s been a year since I got my Cricut Maker and it’s been filled will learning, projects and fun. I’ve pulled together my top 5 posts and projects from the year using my Maker and it’s no surprise they have a common thread of Disney between them all.
Owning a Cricut Maker has brought more to our family by enriching our time together, whether its family movie night, or a big vacation.
How to use Cricut Print then Cut
How to use Cricut Print then Cut has been my most popular post. I love to share all the things the Maker can do, and this feature is a favorite. Not only because it saves me time, but it also allows me to make some pretty detailed images for parties and other
I’ve used the Maker for all kinds of projects, but it was clear on Instagram that these Marvel socks were a great idea. It doesn’t matter is it’s a big or small project the Maker can cut with precision and speed and I also shared about the SnapMat feature. Which makes cutting multiple things at once a breeze. My Iron on love is strong and I feel the combo of the Maker and EasyPress 2 is one of the best.
Mickey Money Fund
Saving for Disney just got a little more fun with this Mickey Money Fund, and people love to plan a vacation. There are so many different types of vinyl to use and this project puts together working with the Maker, vinyl and transfer tape.
Cricut Maker Blades
I love how many different ways and things there are to cut, and when Cricut came out with the different blades for the Maker, it solidified my choice in getting a Maker. I wanted to showcase the Perforation, Debossing, Wavy and Engraving, so I wrote Cricut Maker Blades and how to use them. I made Disney Movie tickets using some pens and the perforated and debossing blades to really give depth and fun to our movie night and the kids adore the idea of saving some tickets for snacks.
Marvel Movie Night Popcorn boxes
Once the Disney Movie Night tickets were made I knew I needed to make some Marvel Movie Night Popcorn Boxes, and that’s were the Makers scoring wheel comes into play and using the print then cut feature. Making it easy to make these boxes by just switching out the tip of the blade with the Quickswap housing is one of the big perks.
I love when I can make something just a little more personal and these Disney Sunglasses are a perfect example. It’s a small design but the precision and speed make it easy to cut and they are fun to wear.
There are so many things a Cricut Maker can do and I’m just starting to scratch the surface. I’m looking forward to cutting fabric for some Disney outfits with the Rotary Blade, and have some more ideas for faux leather earrings and putting that knife blade to use by cutting some thicker materials like wood.
No matter what I make I know it will be easy and fun with my Cricut Maker!