The Cricut Maker is perfect for paper projects, iron on decals or vinyl stickers; it can also cut light-weight leather and balsa wood. Users can pick free designs, or import their own images into Cricuts Design Space software.
The following are approved materials to use with the Library Makerspace Cricut:
Cricut Maker is a cutting machine which can cut out intricate patterns on many materials.
Creating your design
Ask a Student Help Desk worker to log in to the project panel for you (we have a generic account).
Once logged in, Start “New Project” or look through the available designs.
Here are some tutorials to get you started:
Setting up materials
Your project setup on the Cricut website will tell you which materials you need to complete your design.
If something goes wrong, please ask staff for help and do not attempt to fix the machine yourself!
Things to remember
Check out the Cricut YouTube playlist for beginners to get an idea of all the things the Cricut can do, and how to get started in the design process:
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