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Christmas is coming, and there are lots of gifts to make for friends and family! If you are the kind of crafter that makes gifts or projects out of just about any craft material, you need the Cricut Maker.
Luckily, Cricut has bundles of Cricut and tote bags on sale now! To make it even more affordable, if you use the code VIPMAKER, you’ll get an additional $75 off!
Why get a Cricut Maker Tote Bag?
Now, I never thought I needed anything like a bag to go with my Cricut machines, but I can’t express to you how handy they really are. The totes for my EasyPress machines are a must have for storage for all the bits and pieces that go with him.
I have found myself bringing my Maker machine quite a few places lately – – to teach classes, to help a friend, and just around different rooms of my house. There are lots and lots of accessories that go with the maker machine: blades, tools, scrapers, pens, etc. It’s a lot to remember and a bag is a perfect place to keep it all organized. Trust me, if you don’t have a Maker already, you want this machine and tote bag bundle!
The Cricut Maker retails at $399 on the Cricut site, and the tote bags at $149…originally $548. Bundled together, they are on sale for $499, and with an additional $75 off, you can get both for $425! Also, if you have a design space subscription, grab another 10% off. It’s a great way to get into the Maker machine!
Also going to point out, you can get the machine in three different colors in the bundle! Raspberry, lilac and blue. One is bound to match your crafty area!
Why You Want a Cricut Maker
Hopefully you’ve seen a few of my posts in the past letting you know what a great deal the Maker machine is for your crafty life. Like 10 things you did not know the Cricut Maker could do from home Decor. Yes, totally amazing stuff there.
How about engraving projects with the Cricut Maker? All the new blades they’ve come out with recently has really upped the ante in the crafting game.
Fabric, cut wood, cut just about anything that will fit through the rollers on the machine! If you can’t come up with something creative on your own, there is help for that, and just know it’s very possible but you need can be done.
And if you need a little help convincing significant others in your life, I’ve seen the Maker used to create gaskets for cars and other things you would not quite expect. Essentially you have a industrial cutting machine shrunk down for home use on your hands. So you’re limiting factors are a 12 x 12 mat and a 3 mm thickness. Makes a lot of things possible!