The Best Cricut Gifts to Give this Holiday Season

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If you’ve been following my blog and my Instagram account, you know that I’m obsessed with my Cricut Maker and my Cricut EasyPress 2.

assembling Cricut banner

I have been creating things on my Cricut for about 6 months now and I’m in love with this crafting machine. I cannot believe everything you can make with a Cricut!

I constantly get questions about my Cricut Maker. Since so many people ask me what Cricut products they should get, I’ve decided to create this Cricut Gift Guide.

Cricut Gift Guide

I absolutely adore my Cricut Maker. I can’t think of a more perfect product. The Cricut Maker comes in several colours. Rose and Blue are my favourite.

 

.Cricut Maker Blue

I love my EasyPress 2 9×9 but I have the EasyPress Mini on my wish list. It’s easy to iron-on small items like cosmetics bags, masks, and more with this mini-press.

.EasyPress Mini

.Cricut Basic Tool Set

 

This Everyday Iron-On Value Pack is just what you need to create fun t-shirts, reusable bags and more. I love this bulk pack because it comes with so many great colours!

.Cricut Everyday Iron-On

Not ready to commit to a larger machine like the Cricut Maker? Then invest in the incredible Cricut Joy. This little machine can cut over 50 different materials, is easy to store and fun to use.

.Cricut Joy

Whether it’s a gift for yourself or for someone in your life, all Cricut products are fun to use and help you get creative. I’ve found Cricut products to be very dependable and easy to use.

Best Cricut gifts

I don’t know what I would do without my Cricut Maker. I’m genuinely happy every time I use it.

Ready to invest in a Cricut Maker or a Cricut Joy? The Cricut website has a HUGE sale on right now. Stock up now before everything is gone!

I’d love to know, what Cricut products are you most interested in?

 

17 Comments

  1. I’ve been eyeing a cricut for a while. Do you think the explore is worth it or should I save up for the maker?

  2. I’ve only seen items made with a Cricut but didn’t really know the supplies required. Thank you for this list, it helps to know what you need.

  3. These machines sound like a lot of un, and so many crafts can be made, but I can see it costing a lot too, with all the extras you need to buy and then all the sheets and cardstock, but I won’t lie I would totally use one if I could, it would be fun making my own greeting cards and personalized gifts

    1. Yes, you do need to purchase materials to make great projects. I find it’s smart to buy in bulk and when things are on sale. Then when you’re ready to craft, you’ve got what you need.

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