Are you trying to decide if you want to buy a Cricut or you're a Cricut beginner and you're confused about where to start? You're in the right place because guess what?
Most people (including me) had the exact same questions as you in the beginning. So, don't get frustrated and let's now tackle the Cricut FAQ for beginners:
Which CRICUT is better for a beginner?
What do I need to start with CRICUT?
How do I use CRICUT DESIGN SPACE for beginners?
Are CRICUT machines difficult to use?
Which materials can I cut with CRICUT?
YES... these are the questions and doubts that 93% of beginners have. That's why I decided to create this updated step-by-step guide for beginners with images and screenshots so you won't waste time looking for SPARSE or even WRONG information on Youtube or Facebook groups.
Here's what you'll find inside this guide:
-Which CRICUT is best for beginners
-What you need to start with CRICUT
-How can I create my CRICUT DESIGN SPACE
-The most effective way to tell if a cricut project is good for beginners
-Accessories and useful tools to buy
-The only 2 effective and fast ways to clean your mat
-The list of the best CRICUT machines
-What kind of materials should you use to get started
- The real tips and tricks to make the most of your DESIGN SPACE
-How to install and use DESIGN SPACE
-How to give space to your creativity with your CRICUT machine
-and much more...
It sounds simple, but I guarantee you that you'll be amazed at the number of projects you can carry out in a fraction of the time you'll be able to do them by hand. I'm talking about sewing patterns, planning stickers, wooden signs for your home, monogrammed cups and much more
The only thing that's really "required" to use a Cricut is to want to make things If you consider yourself a crafter/DIYer/hobbyist/maker or any other type of person who likes to make things with their own two hands, it's probably totally worth it to buy a Cricut because you'll get a ton of use out of it
Start now to give space to your creativity or why not start your "homemade" business