• Mastering Cricut Machine

  • A Beginner’s Guide to Mastering Your Cricut
  • By: Max Striker
  • Narrated by: Dan Caringer
  • Length: 1 hr and 35 mins
  • 2.0 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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By: Max Striker
Narrated by: Dan Caringer
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If you are new to the arts and crafts community, chances are that you have never heard of the cricut machine. In fact, even if you are an old-timer in this so-called community, you may still be unfamiliar with it. It’s a bit of a hidden gem to most of us. The cricut machines aren’t a new craze. It’s been around for years, and it hasn’t quite received the praise and recognition it deserves. A possible reason is that it is a difficult thing to master. I have had my own cricut cake for some time now, and I haven’t truly used it because, truth be told, intimidated me.

Nevertheless, I have seen so many wonderful things made by the machine, and a part of me was jealous of the people who took the time to figure it out. I wanted to be able to make all those beautiful things too.

It was up to me and my squirrel brain to figure out the apparatus. It took me years to finally have the courage to try it out again. Now, I have learned some things, read up and watched tutorials on YouTube, and made some cricut friends along the way. I am a proud owner of the newest addition to the cricut line, the cricut Maker, and looking back now, the biggest step was getting up and learning. It was reading and practicing. It is really quite simple once you get the hang of things. Trust me, you will never look back and regret the decision to join the cricut family. You will feel like an absolute boss when you finish your first project, as well as every project after that! All you need to do is try and try again. Perhaps try once more for good measure.

My hobby has become a breeze. In the time it took me to make one card, I can now make ten, and they all look different, thanks to being able to choose from such a large variety of what to cut or draw. It has made a tedious process - which I enjoyed but didn’t have the time for - a walk in the park. For someone who thinks about getting this apparatus for a home business that sells beautiful homemade goodies, this is perfect in so many ways. Your projects will look uniform, unique, and breathtaking.

If everything mentioned above doesn’t convince you that you need a cricut machine in your life, then I don’t think anything will. However, to those of you who have already purchased one or perhaps you need some pointers on what to get, you have come to the right place.

In this book, I will share everything I have learned about the cricut machine, as well as give you some tips and tricks. I might also be able to save you a buck or two. You can master your cricut machine in no time whatsoever.

©2019 Max Striker (P)2019 Max Striker

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Useless to someone with a Cricut already.

This spent too much time on picking a machine and no time on using it.