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Get a year’s worth of Cricut Maker project inspiration with these awesome craft ideas! Explore using Cricut’s different Adaptive Tools in 12 awesome crafts!
One of the questions I get asked the most is “What cutting machine should I buy? The Cricut Maker or the Cricut Explore Air 2?” My answer is always the same “Both are INCREDIBLE machines, but if you can afford to spend a bit extra, you’re going to want to go with the Maker.”
The above tools are the current adaptive tools. Every time Cricut releases a new tool I feel thrilled for myself that my Cricut Maker is now able to do new things, but kind of sad for the Cricut Explore Air owners because they are missing out on all the new fun.
Don’t get me wrong. I LOVE my Cricut Explore Air 2, it’s the prettiest fuchsia color, it’s totally Instagram worthy and it is an all around AMAZING machine but at the end of the day, the Cricut Maker can cut 300+ materials and the Cricut Explore Air 2 can cut 100+, so if I could only pick one, the Maker would be my cutting machine of choice.
I use my Cricut multiple times a week. It’s by far my favorite craft tool in my craft room. The Cricut Maker will turn anyone into a Maker. It’s easy to use and you’ll never run out of things to make with it.
In today’s post I’m going to give you 12 of our most popular Cricut Maker project ideas! That’s 1 project a month for the entire year. They are 12 of our most visited and talked about posts and they use a bunch of different Cricut blades to cut, score, engrave and deboss!
So push yourself a bit out of your comfort zone and get crafting! Most of these projects take 30 minutes or less to make so no excuses!
Ready to purchase a Cricut cutting machine? Find the Maker here! They have some great deals on machine and supply bundles!
12 of Hello Creative Family’s Most Popular Cricut Maker Projects
Buy a Cricut Engraving Tip here.
Buy a Cricut Knife Blade here.
Buy the Cricut Deep Point Blade here.
Buy Cricut Fine Debossing Tip here.
Buy Cricut Iron-On here.
Buy Cricut Fabric here.
Buy the Cricut Scoring Wheel here.
Buy a Cricut Fabric Grip Mat here.
Buy Cricut Fabric here.
I hope that these projects give you a ton of inspiration and that they inspire you to get crafty all year long!
Tell me… Do you own a Cricut Maker? Which of the Adaptive Tools have you used?
Like these project ideas? We’d love for you to pin them for later!
Looking for more inspiration? Find all of our Cricut projects here.
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