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I feel so incredibly blessed to have been selected to participate in the Cricut Design Space Star Challenge. It’s bitter sweet to see the challenge ending this month. I had so much fun participating in the challenge, meeting new
WONDERFUL bloggers and pushing myself creatively to invent new, interesting projects each month.
Before the competition, the only experience I had using a cutting machine was hanging out at the Cricut booth at SNAP. The Cricut explore is so simple to use, really, it’s idiot proof. I was able to start creating beautiful crafts using my Cricut Explore the moment it arrived.
I’m always wary with new technology that the moment I receive it, a new, bigger, better version is going to come out. After I had my machine for a couple of months Cricut announced their new Print and Cut function. In simple terms, it allows your home printer and your Cricut to work as a team to print then cut beautiful projects. “Oh, oh… My Cricut Explore is now outdated!” I thought. Nope! All I had to do was attach my Cricut to my computer, do a simple update and I now had the most up to date technology on my Cricut.
Bottom line… The Cricut Explore is the best thing that has happened to my craft life. It can be the best thing that happened to your craft life too! See below!
Since the Cricut Design Space Star Challenge competition is coming to an end, I decided to do a roundup with my Cricut Design Space Star collection of projects from the past few months.
My team from the Cricut Design Space Star™ (“Lucky 13”) was so fabulous to work with. Please make sure to check out their sites and give them some love: Monica of East Coast Creative, MJ of Pars Caeli, Sarah and Jessica of Pretty Providence, Melissa of The Sweet Escape, Sadie Jane of Simply Sadie Jane, Katie of That Girl Katie, Celina of Petit A Petit and Family, Andrea of Andrea’s Notebook, and last but certainly not least Erin & Tricia of Suburban Bitches.
Tell me… What projects would you love to make on a Cricut Explore?