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2020 has taught me many things. One being that when you’re trapped at home with a toddler and you need something fun to do for yourself, it’s ok to find a hobby you can do within the walls of your home.
I started using my @cricutofficial maker in May. I was scared to death to use it because I’m not a crafty person and there were so many options for things I could make and so many different materials that could be used. I started working with vinyl and moved to infusible ink with hopes that I will be able to figure out how to cut leather and wood as well. Finding new projects to create and using the creative side of my brain is what has kept me sane through this year and like I mentioned above…being trapped at home with a toddler.
Cricut has so many different material options and project How-TOS, it makes it easier to become a “crafty person”. If I want to try something new or I can’t figure out how to do something, I will head to the Cricut website and/or YouTube to find a video to help me out.
What’s the point in me telling you all of this?
The point is : You DONT have to be an overly crafty person to use or own a Cricut machine! So, If you’re still looking for gift ideas and you know someone who enjoys being creative, wants to learn something new, or pick up a new hobby, a Cricut machine is something that can help to achieve all of that!
This is a Cricut Maker Bundle that I have put together from my favorite Cricut items:
• The Cricut Maker machine — On sale for $299 unit 12/18/2020
• Portable Trimmer — This is included in the Essential Tools Kit
• Infusible Ink Pens
There are so many other materials you can get to use with the Maker but those are a few of my favs. Cricut also has bundle packs already put together for you if you don’t want to pick out materials or want to try different ones.
Pick out what’s best for yourself or the receiver of your gift and give the gift of craftiness this holiday season!