Here are the most popular Cricut projects, tips, tutorials, and educational posts from Lela Burris of Organized-ish in 2022.
As an avid Cricut crafter, my cutting machines are always in use around my house. I mostly use them for making organization labels, but every once in a while, I find a little free time to make crafts for fun. Whether you’re a Cricut newbie or a longtime user, you can find all kinds of project ideas on my blog. Here are the most popular, most pinned, and most visited Cricut posts of the year.
1. Comparing Maker 3 & Explore 3
Wondering what the difference is between the newest models of Cricut Maker and Explore? I wrote a very detailed blog post comparing the two, defining their unique features, and sharing my honest opinion on which one is worth the purchase. Read the full comparison here.
2. All-In-One Cricut Design Space Guide 2022
Here’s exactly how to use Cricut Design Space in 2022 with all the recent software updates, and tips for making Design Space work better for you and your craft projects. I break down the entire app, its functionality, and even some fun hidden features you may not know exist. Get the guide here.
3. Dreambox InView Tote Front Covers
One of the most exciting parts of being a Create Room DreamBox owner is customizing the totes to match your personality and craft room style. I spent hours looking online about how to make these tote covers, but the info was pretty foggy. So I designed my own and wrote the entire process out so you can feel confident making your tote covers. See the full tutorial here.
4. How To Make Stickers And Decals
Another all-in-one Cricut guide made the list this year, and this one is about making stickers and decals. I covered how to make standard vinyl decals as well as print-then-cut stickers. If you’re new to Cricut, this is a post you’ll want to Pin and revisit often because it’s the type of project you’ll be making over and over again. Get the tutorials here.
5. Cricut Beginner Questions: Answered
As a Cricut beginner, there’s a lot to learn. And a lot to remember, too. This blog post is one of my most-visited Cricut posts ever because it answers everything a newbie would want to know. It’s a good one to bookmark to send to friends who join the Cricut community, too. Read the blog post here.
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