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Hello everyone. I am so excited to be doing this review. A couple of you have asked me what I use for what I craft. Although I first started with the Silhouette Cameo machine, I quickly moved to the Cricut Machine once they stopped using cartridges and gave us the opportunity to design on their proprietary software called design space.
The Cricut maker is a game changer because it allows you to cut very different materials including fabric. How cool is that? Our projects are so versatile that these new features REALLY help us to be creative and we love the fact that theCricut Maker Machine is very easy to use.
Once you open your box and connect the machine to the internet it is smooth sailing from there. All you have to do is follow some easy steps once you connect to design space and you are set to start.
If you look closely here you can see the clamp B is ready for use. It comes ready to cut with a blade inside. I love the beautiful pattern on the top lid and the slick design of the machine as a whole. Coming from a Cricut Air 2 one of the coolest things at plain sight about this machine is that is does not have a dial for the material you want to use.
We connected the machine to design space and were super excited to get working! Here’s a look at a couple of projects we quickly and efficiently completed with the machine!
How adorable do these aprons look? on the kids. Each one was personalized with the kids names. They made the perfect party accessory and then the children took them home. I hope many cookies, cakes and meals are baked with these little beauties!