Cricut Air Everything Starter Set Just $251.99 Shipped (Regularly $545) – Includes TONS of Supplies

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Through May 19th, head over to Cricut.com where the Air Everything Starter Set in Gold, Teal or Wild Orchid is on sale for just $279.99 (regularly $545)! Even better, save an additional 10% when you use promo code HIPAIR at checkout bringing the price down to just $251.99 shipped!

The Air Everything Bundle includes a Cricut Explore Air Cutting Machine, 3 mats, 2 replacement blades, a deep cut blade, scoring stylus tool, a set of Cricut Basics tools and a huge variety of materials to cut with your machine!

There is so much you can do with this machine – Lina used her machine to make fun tees in preparation for a trip to Disney. HOW CUTE!


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Through June 20th, get 15% off supplies for your Cricut machine when you use promo code HIP2SAVE at checkout! As one idea, this Tweed Machine Tote is $99, so just $84.99 after promo code HIP2SAVE. Plus. save on cutting materials like this Vinyl Roll in 40 colors on sale for $4.89, so just $4.16 after promo code HIP2SAVE.

Shipping varies based on the weight of the item you are purchasing. You can also use promo code CRICUTANNIVERSARY for free shipping on any order, but you may only use one promo code per order so decide which one works best for you.


Jessica has been writing for 4+ years and lives at home with her husband and 2 fur babies.


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  1. Lolita

    Soo tempted… what do people think of this vs the Silhouette? I would want to make T-shirts and vinyl names on metal cups etc…

    • shada

      Yes great questions. Does anyone have recommendations on a heatpress for shirts and glasses?

  2. Lolita

    I have a question for Lina: (Loved the shirts) Did you have to buy those Disney designs?

  3. Shannon

    Following…

  4. Julie

    I have a cricut and love it. I have a small etsy business and use my cricut every day to make shirts. For a heat press I have a PowerPress 15×15 that I got on Amazon for $200ish. It works great – have been using it for 18+ month everyday without a problem.

    • Lolita

      Thank you Julie!
      So in addition to the Cricut, I would need to get a PowerPress to make t-shirts? Or is it only if I wanted to have a business, and if it is only for family things etc I am ok to go without? Is it true that I cannot use the Cricut if I am not online?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      How cool! Thanks for the great feedback Julie!

  5. gail

    I have a cricut and love it. The customer service is great too! You don’t need a heat press for making occasional shirts, you just need a household iron but if you want to make a business out of shirts, a heat press would be wise. I got a smaller heat press on Amazon for about $130. You do need to have internet connection with the explore air to design and cut.

    • Lolita

      Thank you, Gail! I wasn’t planning on making a business, but maybe eventually I can get a heat press like yours!

  6. Julie

    Cricut is rolling out a new platform shortly that will allow you to work offline.

    For doing shirts you can use an iron but if you don’t have it hot enough or enough pressure the vinyl may peel up. I got my heat press before going on a family Disney trip and justified the cost because I made us shirts for everyday versus buying off Etsy at $20+ a piece. I also make shirt for my kids all the time and the designs always last because of the press.

    • Lolita

      Thank you Julie! Do you know if it is something that can be added on to this one (being able to use offline) or if I would have to wait to buy the next one?
      I am tempted to get this machine and a press so the shirts last as well, or at least eventually get a press…. I liked Lina’s shirts! I want to make Disney shirts and/or family reunion shirts.
      Do you know about how much the materials cost to make an average design on a shirt (assuming I have a shirt already and I want to use one color of whatever material is used to write something on a shirt)?

      • Julie

        To use the cricut you need to download Cricut Design Space. That’s where you design or import designs to cut. If you use design space on your iPhone or iPad you don’t need the Internet to cut images – just the Bluetooth connection between your machine and phone. Design Space for your computer is being updated and “should” allow you to work offline. It hasn’t been rolled out yet but hopefully in the near future.

        As for the iron on material, I use siser easyweed and usually get it from heattransfervinyl4u.com – a yard of vinyl (20 inches by 3ft) is about $10 so depending on the size of your design you can get a bunch of things with that amount. If you are doing adult shirts with a big Mickey head you might get maybe 6 shirts out of that much. For kids shirts you could maybe 10-12.

        Hopefully this helps! You can also join the Off the Mat Facebook page if you have more questions.

  7. Melissa

    Does anyone know if this machine will cut felt?

    • Sara

      Yes.

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