After sharing my new Cricut Explore Air with you I was excited to get started on all the possible projects I could create. One of the best ways to start making projects is with their Cricut access. For just a couple dollars a month you can create as many projects and designs you feel the need to create.
I didn’t want my first project to be a flop. I wanted it to be easy, nothing too complicated that would make me throw in the towel before I even began. Lucky for me, someone who is quite slow with technology, Cricut makes it easy to choose from already made images or create your own custom images. Can you guess what I chose for my first project? Yep, you guessed it, one of Cricut’s designs. I was looking to start with a simple project.
In the midst of deciding what to create, our oldest daughter got her license. Needless to say, she and our youngest daughter go out a lot. On weekends, they like to go see friends or run errands for me. While they are gone, I miss them. I thought it would be a great idea to create a simple and subtle sign to go on the door – one that would let them know they were missed while they were gone.
After scrolling thru more than 30,000 images that Cricut standard access has. Not to mention the 370 fonts and over 1,300 projects. I found a simple one that would be perfect. What do you think?
Cricut Standard access has helped me look at images and think of the different possibilities that can be done. You can take one image, lay another image on top of it and you now have your own unique image. And since Cricut Explore Air cuts out designs on many different materials you aren’t limited to just cutting them out on vinyl. You can make unique cards on cardstock, custom t-shirts just for you, designs on fabric, and so much more.
How I created my door image using Cricut Access
Once I gained access to my Cricut Standard Access account, I was able to see all the different design images they had in the design center. I scrolled through looking at a number of different designs. Once I had an idea of what I was looking for, I was able to use the search bar to locate what I wanted faster.
- Click new image
- Click insert images (found on the left)
- Find the design you want
- Clicked on the image, then click insert images (bottom right)
- Click on the image to print
- Click Go and watch your creation come to life!
Now that I have played with the Cricut Explore Air and the Cricut Standard Access. I already have my next project picked out and I am ready to get started. Looking forward to sharing it with you soon.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.