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5 Gifts Any Cricut Owner Will Love

Do you have friends, family or co-workers always asking you what you want as a present for Christmas, your birthday, anniversary, or any other time they need to buy you a gift?

Well, if you’re like me, most of your gifts revolve around your love for crafts or woodworking.  A couple of years ago I got a miter saw for my birthday and I was elated!  People tend to look at me a strangely when E tells them I want saws for a gift and not jewelry, but I’m okay with that!

If you’re struggling with ideas to tell them or if you’re here because you don’t know what to get the woman in your life who has a Cricut, here are 6 gifts anyone with a Cricut will love!

 

Cricut Access

Cricut access

Cricut Access is a monthly subscription that gives subscribers access to fonts, images.  They also get priority when it comes to calling the helpline.  There are 3 different plans for the membership, monthly, annual, and premium. You can go to the Cricut website to learn more about Cricut Access.

 

 

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Vinyl

There are several types of vinyl.  Some of the most popular ones for a Cricut user are Oracal 631, Oracal 651, heat transfer vinyl, and glitter vinyl.  No matter what, a Cricut user can never have too much vinyl!  There are 2 places I like to purchase my vinyl from; 651 Vinyl and Brilliant Vinyl.

 

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Infusible ink transfers

Photo credit: Cricut

If your Cricut lover uses her Cricut for making anything involving fabric, then she most likely uses heat transfer vinyl.  Infusible ink transfers are transfer papers of ink.  When she uses the vinyl, it sits on top of the fabric.  If she has the infusible ink transfers, the ink is seeping into the fibers and is in the fibers so no more peeling!  The colors are more vibrant and last!

 

Transfer tape

Photo credit: Brilliant Vinyl

Transfer tape allows the Cricut user in your life to transfer her creation onto whatever she likes.  Without transfer paper, it’s virtually impossible to be able to get the design onto the shirt, cup mug, wood, or wherever it should go.  In many instances, your Cricut lover will use more transfer tape than she will use vinyl!

 

Gift Cards

When in doubt, gift cards to stores like Hobby Lobby, Michaels, and JoAnn’s Fabric store always work too!

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