There are so many Cricut Print and Cut Materials you need to explore! This is such a great feature and will make you love your Cricut Maker more than you already do!
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It’s probably no surprise to you that printables are my jam, and the Print and Cut feature on the Cricut is one of my favorite features. You may have tried this on paper, but there are so many Cricut Print and Cut Materials you can try!
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Different Cricut Print and Cut Materials
This is a quick overview of the print and cut materials I’ve tried and had success with. There could be other products out there that work, but since I haven’t tried them, or if Cricut doesn’t sell it specifically, I haven’t listed it…but definitely give other items a try and let me know how it turns out!
Print and Cut Paper
Obviously, you can use paper for the Print and Cut setting on the Cricut. I use a laser printer primarily, but inkjet works great, too. I love working with cardstock for sturdy crafts and glossy paper for projects that need a sheen (like my Christmas Story Gift Basket items). Really, any kind of white paper that can fit in your printer can be used for print and cut.
If you have a Cricut Maker, you can also use colored paper (lighter colors work best for the sensors), and in some cases, a patterned paper could work. You will need to have enough of a contrast with the paper color and sensor lines.
Also keep in mind that the print and cut area is 9.25″X6.75″ so you will only need 8.5″X11″ paper for print and cut.
Cricut Printable Fabric
This was a really exciting find for me. I absolutely love fabric, so printing it at home was treat! I made these cute bracelets with Cricut’s Printable Fabric. The back is an adhesive material, so it worked perfectly for sticking it on the faux leather material.
Print and Cut Magnets
There could be so many fun applications for Printable Magnets. You can use them for chore charts, planner accessories, decorations, and more! I love the idea of using these on chore charts, that way you don’t have to waste paper every week when kids complete their chores.
Print and Cut Stickers and Vinyl
You can also create your own printable stickers with full-page sticker paper or printable vinyl. The vinyl works best with an inkjet…luckily, I have two printers (I can justify two printers…I print stuff for a living, right?)
I’ve been dying to try the printable iron-on. My daughter loves all the t-shirts I make for her, so I will have to practice some things for her. You can use the iron-on for light colored shirts, or they even have a special iron-on for dark colored shirts.
In case you want to try out any projects from the images I have in this post, take a look at these:
- Printable Paper Dolls
- Free Unicorn Party Printables and Cut Files
- Faux Leather Bracelet Tutorial
- Printable Coloring Book Planner Stickers
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