While some may think of Cricut as just a vinyl cutting machine, the truth is that each of these machines unleashes a tremendous amount of creativity in every user. The ability to transfer gold or silver foil onto card stock, creating your own personalized invitation or greeting cards with the same level of quality as anything you would buy in a store. Tools for engraving, engraving and marking wood or leather or even glass are available in addition to vinyl cutting. The only limitation is your imagination, and I guess the price as well. While the newer Cricut models are still a bit pricey, the Explore Air 2 has dropped to $ 170. And if that deal weren’t enough, you can now also get $ 30 in digital Cricut designs for free with your purchase, to help you find out a bit more about where to start creating.
While you can create your own designs in Cricut’s software, even take a photo of something and use it to do your own thing, the online library of content available to Cricut users is huge. While some are made by Cricut itself, many models are sourced from other users. This $ 30 free content is very similar to a lot of things you’ll find in this online library, but it was picked for you by Cricut. You can check out the free content here, but even if you decide a lot of things aren’t for you, there’s a lot you can do with a Cricut for such a low price.