The Simple Beginners Guide to Cricut Explore Air 2 by Clayton M. Rines

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The simple beginners guide to cricut explore air 2

Are you interested in upping your craft game with the Cricut Explore Air 2 or any of the Cricut brands? You are here, and that is all that matters now. This is the guide that you need in this ever-morphing environment of designs. There is always something new to be learned in the world of Cricut if you are a professional or a newbie. Why hold onto yesterday's ideas that will make your work look outdated? It is time that you take a dive into the amazing world of the Cricut Explore Air 2 and other Cricut brands to learn and relearn some of the following;-An introduction on what the Cricut machine is-The different types of Cricut machines-How to unbox and setup the Cricut Explore Air 2-Understanding the different types of materials that you can work on with your Cricut machine-Choosing the material settings-How to use image files-Installing and Uninstalling the Cricut Design Space-Making use of Design Space-Installing fonts from Design Space-Uploading your image to Design Space-The Basic set of the Cricut Tools kit-Pairing the Cricut Explore machine through Bluetooth to the Computer-Resetting the Cricut Explore Air 2 Machine -Using Print and Cut in Cricut Design Space-Vinyl tricks-Amazing DIY Project Ideas-Sample Projects-Tips that a lot of folks overlook about the Cricut machine-Maintenance for your Cricut machine-Troubleshooting And so much more!You don't need to be a geek to make use of this machine. With all you will get in this book, you will be churning out your own breathtaking works within a few hours! CLICK the BUY button and get started with that craft today.

Genre: CRAFTS & HOBBIES / General

Secondary Genre: HOUSE & HOME / General

Language: English

Keywords: Cricut design space and Cricut project ideas, How to use paperboard on Cricut, How to use vinyl on Cricut, Christmas and Thanksgiving paper crafts for adults, Halloween decorations bats spider web, Cricut explore air 2 how to use accessories, Hobby lobby Cricut explore air 2 projects

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Cricut Explore Air 2 Machine

The Cricut Explore Air 2 can be regarded as an electronic cutter or a personal crafting machine which can be used in the cutting of different materials such as the cardstock, vinyl, Faux leather, Magnet sheets, sticker paper, Vellum, Fabric, Sticker Paper, etc.

The Cricut Explore Air 2 can make use of the pen and markers in writing, drawing as well as scoring your project with a nifty score tool. The machine can also be used in printing and cutting, as well.

The Cricut Explore Air 2 is an electronic cutting machine that makes use of a precise blade as well as series of rollers in cutting out images, just anything you can imagine. It is used in cutting out fancy paper shapes as well as fonts that came on cartridges.

The Cricut Explore Air has evolved, and now instead of making use of the cartridges, they have a library of cut files. You can also get your files uploaded and then cut them. The good thing about the machine now is that you can design your project with the use of the Cricut Design Space software, after which the material to be used is placed on the cutting mat before confirming the settings, and you are then good to go.

It is now able to provide a platform where it can be used for drawing, scoring, and engraving; it can be used on over a hundred materials. It is designed to cut whatever material you are working with correctly.

This machine can be used for scrapbooking a sphere, DIY, decoration designs, party ideas, crafts etc.

Unboxing the Cricut Explore Air 2 Machine

After purchasing the Cricut Explore Air 2 machine, it is essential to make sure it has all its accessories completely boxed in, and nothing is missing. If you find anything missing, you are advised to return it to where it was purchased or simply contact the Cricut support and inform them about the missing accessories.


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