Just like any blade, the Cricut Rotary Blade will eventually get dull and need to be replaced. How do you know it’s time to replace your Cricut Rotary Blade?
The Cricut Maker Rotary Blade is a real game changer! The rotary blade is a mini version of the big rotary blades you use to cut fabric in straight lines with, only this one is fully automated and fully controlled by Maker.
Cricut mixed media project. This little winter shadow box looks great on a shelf or displayed on a small easel. The project takes advantage of the small recess in the back of a cradled wood artist panel. Layered die cut papers create dimension and draw the eye into the work.
Mixed Media Cricut Project. This painted project uses original stencils cut from heavy paper or stencil film with a Cricut die cutting machine. The stencils plus colorful gel pens create an attractive pattern on the painted surface and an interesting background for your choice of inspirational text.
These cute Santa ornaments transform copyright-free vintage illustrations into miniature artworks for your tree. They work up quickly and make nice personalized gifts for special people in your life.
Joy Bird: Mini Tutorial. Use your die cutting machine to whip up this easy Christmas wall décor in a single evening. The project relies on a small scrap of fabric and other materials that you likely have around the house. Add a wooden pallet, and you’re all set.
Cricut Pen Project. A simple watercolor effect creates a beautiful background for drawing with gel pens. The background provides an artistic touch to this easy snowflake card that you can use to share good wishes with friends and family this holiday season.
Want to spruce up your gifts this holiday season? These gift tags are quick and simple to make using your Cricut die cutting machine. There are lots of different variations you could make on these as well such as the shape, paper, colors, text, etc.
Cricut Print Then Cut Project.