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Raise your hand if you've got a crafter on your Christmas list! I know I do.
I mean, I was raised by a mom who did stained glass, ceramics, sewing, scrapbooking – oh, EVERYTHING. If she could craft it – she did it.
And now, my sisters and my nieces are all craft lovers, too.
Cricut Gift Guide: 12 Great Gifts For The Crafter In Your Life
So, it can be so fun to find the best craft related gifts to give them every year.
And this year, I'm going ALL IN on giving them the best Cricut stuff ever!
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This is IT. The Machine To End All Machines.
Y'all, I love mine. I can use it to cut iron-on, fabric, thin wood, and even cork!
One of the coolest things about the Maker is that it can cut so many different types of materials.
And one reason it can do that is because Cricut now offers mats with different grips (light, standard, and strong) for every kind of material.
One of my favorite Cricut blades! I use mine to cut thin balsam wood and I also like to cut my sheets of cork with it.
It's a really cool and versatile blade.
I cannot freaking believe how much I love this thing! I mean, I've always been a big EasyPress fan anyway but this little guy take sit to the next level!
I use mine to do iron-on on small projects (like shoes) but also to press open quilt seams. So handy!
It used to be that I had to use a towel as a barrier when I'd use my EasyPress on projects. But now… there's a mat for that!
The mats come in a variety of patterns and sizes but the big thing is – they are specially designed to evenly distribute heat while you're pressing. Awesome!
I use this one a lot when I'm doing T-shirts and banners. So light and easy to use. LOVE IT.
I've had my Cricut Access subscription for years and haven't regretted it for a moment.
With it, I have access to SO MANY great design files from Cricut's designers and even licensed characters (like Disney and Marvel).
There are a lot of different tools that compliment your Cricut machine and make creating projects easier.
But honestly, this basic set check a lot of the boxes and, when paired with a couple more tools, will absolutely make weeding, cutting, and scraping so much easier.
I've been using a portable trimmer for decades (since my scrapbooking days). I'm super picky about them now.
This one has a clean, even cut and grips your material really well so it doesn't slide around while you're making your cut.
The worst part of any sewing project is the cutting out and marking up. The Worst.
Y'all know that the Cricut Maker makes the cutting part easier but did you know that it will mark your fabrics, too?
Yep. Just insert the fabric pen and watch all those notches and naughts get marked on for you!
I love me some cute fat quarters. It's like getting delicious little design bites!
I love these fat quarter bundles because they perfectly sized for most of Cricut's sewing projects – just open and slap on a mat.
Ah, the BrightPad. These ol' eyes are loving you so, SO much.
I use mine for intricate weeding but it's also awesome for tracing, jewelry making, and even looking at old film negatives.
Have Yourself A Merry Little CricutMas!
Ha! I love a terrible pun.
Look guys, let's be real. You can't go wrong getting the crafter on your list something (or THINGS) from Cricut for a killer holiday gift.
Ooooor… pick a little sumpin' sumpin' up for yourself. I won't judge.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.