Feeling Crafty? ✂️
If you’re looking to tackle new DIY projects or crafts, head on over to Cricut.com where they are still offering up BIG savings on select Cricut Explore Machines & Bundles. Even better, Hip2Save readers can score an extra 15% off ALL Products (except the Explore Air 2) plus FREE shipping with promo code HIP2SAVE at checkout!
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The Cricut Explore Air and Cricut Explore One are electronic cutting machines for DIY projects and crafts. They precisely cut a wide variety of materials from paper to iron-on to adhesive vinyl—even thick materials like leather and burlap! Perfect for tackling any project or craft!
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On the fence? Lina’s (our DIY gal) Cricut Explore Air review –
I love the Cricut because it was easy to setup and worked the very first time I tried it. They walk you through exactly how to use it and how to make a cute greeting card project – so it teaches you.
The preset projects in the Cricut Design Space were perfect for learning and easy to understand. I also loved the marker feature of the Cricut for really fun written details! I love the tool storage on the Cricut machine too!
I am not an expert in this type of cutting machine crafting but was able to make these projects easily on the first day and had lots of FUN!
My experience with the Silhouette machine was very difficult and the opposite. I had a hard time loading the mat just right, and the setup was awkward in my opinion (this was also three years ago, so maybe the machine has changed a bit?).