Over the last few months I’ve talked with dozens of Joann customers who can’t figure out how to use their new Cricut. They also don’t want to spend the time or the money to take our in-store Cricut Explore Air 2 classes. The solution? Read on. This won’t hurt a bit!
Look, I can see why you don’t want to take one of our in-store Cricut classes. It’s hard to plan ahead and schedule that 3 hour class and, after spending all that money for the machine itself who has money for classes?
Learn How To Use Your Cricut Explore Air 2 at Creativebug
There are now 42 Cricut video tutorials on Creativebug, and they add more every month. But the one class I want to tell you about is this one by Natalia Malan.
Creativebug says it much better than I can so here’s the class description:
Cricut Crafts: Get to Know Your Machine
With the Cricut Explore Air 2 Wild Rose bundle, there’s no such thing as starting from scratch. Your first projects – empowerment hashtags – are ready to make right out of the box. Artist, designer, and avid Cricut user Natalie Malan shows you everything that comes with the bundle and three ways to connect your machine. Use transfer tape and the scraper to attach a vinyl hashtag to your machine, then learn to cut, weed and transfer a design of your choice. After completing this class, you’ll have the skills and confidence to begin working independently on your Cricut machine.
Learn how to:
Connect your machine three ways
Weed and apply vinyl
Resize your image
Work with Cricut Design Space
What you’ll get:
A four-part class on how to use your Cricut Explore Air 2 Wild Rose bundle
3 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
Detailed supply list
Step-by-step instructions by Natalie Malan
The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students
Natalie’s video class is just one of 42 Cricut classes you’ll find on Creativebug. When you look at the cost of a Creativebug subscription it kinda makes you want to dive right in, doesn’t it? Kinda makes you want to stand up and cut a bug… erm, I mean rug!