(Closed) Cricut Machine Ideals

posted 4 years ago in DIY
Post # 2
108 posts
Blushing bee

My bff/MOH offered up her Cricut when I was planning my wedding and it came in very handy! I got married in July and our ceremony was outside so we made fans for each guest using a fancy frame cartridge and wooden craft sticks. We also used it for letters for the bunting on our candy bar and for our table numbers, we cut out numbers on cute cardstock, laid them on top of burlap and put that into white picture frames. We used the fancy frames again for the signs on our chairs, and for tags on our words of wisdom jars that we placed on each table. My sister bought me this really cute birdcage to use for the cards guests brought so we also made a cute sign for that. I’ve seen the cricut used in a lot of little and big ways but it is definitely super convenient! 

Post # 3
185 posts
Blushing bee

Not a fan of the cricut. I prefer the silhouette. It has no cartridges,  it’s hooked up to a computer and you use the software that comes with it to design what you need. They sell “shapes” in their online store, and you can find others for free.

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