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Hi creative friends! One of the most consistent pieces of feedback I've been getting is that it's difficult to understand Cricut tools and material settings. With all the interchangeable tool options for the Cricut Maker, it can really get confusing! That's why I created a free guide to Cricut machine tools and material settings!
Click below to download the free guide!!!
Download the complete guide to Cricut tools & material settings!
What's in the complete guide to Cricut tools?
Here's everything you'll learn:
-Which tools and pens can the Cricut Joy use?
-Which tools can I use with a Cricut Explore or a Cricut Explore Air 2?
-Which tools can I use with the Cricut Maker?
-Which Cricut blade do I use or need?
-How to tell the difference between Cricut blades
-What do I need to replace my blades?
-What does each Cricut machine tool do?
-What can I cut with the Cricut Joy?
-What can I cut with the Cricut Explore or Cricut Explore Air 2?
-What can I cut with the Cricut Maker?
-What Cricut blade cuts card stock, faux leather, wood, fabric, vinyl, chipboard, and more!
-How does the Cricut Explore or Cricut Explore Air 2 knob work?
-What does the bonded-fabric blade do?
-What does bonded fabric mean?
-What thickness of materials can the Cricut Explore or Cricut Explore Air 2 cut?
-What thickness of materials can the Cricut Maker cut?
-How to create custom Cricut materials settings, step-by-step!
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