This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cricut. All opinions are 100% mine.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve been cooking a lot. Since I’m spending so much time in the kitchen, I have seen tons of areas where we could be more organized.
I did what any other cabin-fevered mama would do and pulled out my Cricut Air 2, signed on to Design Space, and found some great projects on Cricut Access!
I’ve always said that I might not be the best artist, but Cricut helps moms who are like me fulfill our crafty dreams.
I don’t have to stress about figuring out what I want to make when I want to be creative. All I need to do is browse Cricut Access for ideas.
What is Cricut Access?
Cricut Access is a content subscription service that gives members content like images, fonts, and projects. Makers can create beautiful things with their Cricut machines using the content.
There are over 120,000 images and over 7,000 projects and fonts, and more are added every week. The projects are ready for you to hop right in, too!
I sent Terrence upstairs to make labels for my kitchen containers, and he was able to pick a project and complete it in less than an hour!
The projects are sourced by Cricut staff, and there’s even content from designers like Jen Goode, Natalie Malan, and Ana Griffin.
You’ll be able to create beautiful projects for your home at a fraction of the cost of buying it ready made at the store!
If you’re into Disney, Marvel, Lucas Film, Sanrio, and Warner Brothers, you’ll be happy to know that Cricut Access members get a discount on that content.
Why I love using Cricut Access
My whole family is in love with Cricut Access! We have all been able to create something special for ourselves and loved ones.
Remember when I was talking about all of the baking I’ve been doing? It’s inspired me to get organized in the kitchen and in the rest of the house, too.
Every project idea I’ve had for getting organized is available on the platform. The best part about the projects is that there are different levels based on your skills and how / or how much time you want to spend on them.
I had my husband make the Baking Pantry labels and they’re absolutely perfect! He didn’t have to choose the font or anything!
Here are some of my favorite organizing projects from the site:
What You need to know about Cricut Access
So now that you’re sold, I know you want to know how to sign up. As I said above, it’s a subscription program. There are three membership levels. If you’re interested, you have the option of subscribing monthly or annually.
The monthly fee is super affordable at just $9.99/month, and the annual fee is even less expensive. It breaks down to just $7.99/month. There is also a Premium level with up to 50% savings on licensed fonts, images, and ready‑to‑make projects, and free economy shipping on orders over $50
If you want to try it out you can sign up for Cricut Access membership for just $1 for 2 months right now! Just head over to the Cricut Access site, and when you sign out, use the code QDWQFOTABYT8.
Other Cricut sales you’ll want to know about for the month of April 2020:
- Cricut Access subscribers get free shipping on all orders through April 30th. Non-subscribers get free shipping with orders $99+ with code APRSHIP
- Cricut Access subscribers get a free Cricut Cutie when they purchase $100+ of materials, while supplies last, after discounts, excluding bulk. Cutie colors may vary.
What’s the first thing you’re going to make with your Cricut using Cricut Access?