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Alrighty, let’s make this intro quick. If you’re here, you are most likely a crafter or want to get into crafting. I’m sure you have heard of the Cricut brand and if you haven’t then you have now. There aren’t necessarily any cheap crafting brands unless you count the dollar store. I have, however, found cheaper products (a list for another blog post) that work well and are dupes for other high-end products. This post is going to be about everything that you should buy directly from Cricut. This is my tried and true opinion and like always, I will never promote something that I don’t believe 100% in. As I find more products, I will update this blog post accordingly.
- Bright Pad – $59
- Sale through 3/19
- Helps especially when weeding white materials
- Transfer Tape – Price varies
- Sticky enough but not too sticky that materials don’t want to leave transfer tape
- Cricut Joy – $169
- Makes own cards
- On sale through 3/19
- Smart Materials
- So easy to use
- No need for a mat
- Easy to weed
- So easy to use
Whether you’re new to crafting and need tips or just want an honest recommendation for products, I hope you found this post useful. Leave a comment down below of any good Cricut tools or materials that you can’t live without! I want to hear from yall and build up our crafty community!
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