I’m back again with another super easy DIY using my Cricut Explore Air. (It was only a matter of time!) I’ve had my Cricut for about 9 months now, and it’s safe to say that I’m still as obsessed with it as I was on day one.
I’m sure most of you are familiar with my machine by now, but just in case you’re not I’ll catch you up…
Cricut machines are personal cutting machines! They can write, score and cut a variety of materials such as vinyl, paper, faux leather, adhesive foil, iron-on and so much more. They come fully equipped with access to a web-based program called the Cricut Design Space that houses fonts and over 800 projects and 50,000 images for you to use to create projects out of. If you are design savvy, you can also create your own graphics and upload them.
Now that we have all the basics covered, let’s get to today’s DIY!