My First Time Using The Cricut Explore Air 2 And I Love It

I love DIY projects, gifts created with a person touch, custom shirts, jackets, shoes, and anything with my blog name printed on it. Unfortunately I’m not great with crafts, but I have a creative spirit.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

Using the Cricut Explore Air 2 has allowed me to tap into my creativity and personalize some really cool gifts for my friends and family. I’ve used a little of everything from vinyl, glittery paper, polished foils, to nice bonded fabrics. The Cricut Explore Air 2 has roughly 3,000 ready to make projects or create one of your own. I appreciate the high quality cutting machine, with tons of support providing me with the potential to create different ideas that come to minds I’ve officially found my new hobby.

My husband and I often travel once a year with a large group of friends. During the trip each attendee is given a personalized gift to remember the trip. This year I decided to personalize wine glasses with the group logo would be the perfect gift. I came across these beautiful black wine glass that would look amazing with the gold vinyl logo image.

Here are the simple steps I followed directly from the Cricut.com help section of the site (I skipped a couple steps until my tools arrive):

I love the Cricut Explore Air 2 I had no clue how easy it was to use for creating some pretty awesome gifts right from the comfort of my home. This Christmas all gifts will be handmade using the Cricut Explore Air 2. I look forward to spending my events enjoying my new hobby and hang out with my nieces who also loves Cricut projects. Visit Cricut for details on products and more.

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