Cricut Explore Air is an AMAZING machine. The crafting possibilities are endless. I make shirts, home decor, wall decals, and lately, I have been experimenting with the Print then Cut feature. PowerPoint is no longer my favorite for designing printables. I’ll show you how to use Cricut Print then Cut like a pro.
This is such a cute way to bring a custom touch to a party. Designing the invite takes less than 10 minutes. If you are inviting 10 or fewer guests, it’s completely do-able to use print then cut to make the invites. Cricut Design Space has many patterns already set to use, however, if you would like to upload your own patterns I’ll show you how here.
Click on the invitation above to watch the video showing how I created it.
Use Print then Cut for Business Cards
I created business cards for my daughter’s Paparazzi business. What I loved about this project is I can make varying designs, where if I ordered them from someplace I could only get one design.
Click on the photo above to watch the video on how to make your own personalized business cards.
The possibilities are almost endless. Cute printables that I make for my classroom like these I can now make in Design Space, which is a little easier to navigate than PowerPoint.
I would love to know what you design with the Print then Cut feature. Please share your ideas in the comments section!
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