Last month I was sent the new Cricut Explore 3 from the Cricut team to test out and review. I had heard great things about the Cricut Explore so I was very excited to give it a go.
I must say, I wasn’t disappointed! The Cricut Explore three is amazing! It is easy to set up and use, and has a wide range of features that make crafting with it a breeze. The machine is easy-to-use, has an extensive library of images and fonts, and a Bluetooth connection option that makes creating projects with my smartphone or tablet really easy.
Today I’ll be sharing more about the Cricut Explore 3 Machine for you to know how you can use it in DIY crafting.
Cricut Explore 3 for Crafting
The Cricut Explore 3 is great for a wide range of projects. It comes with an extensive library of images, fonts, and pre-made designs that make it easy to make anything from custom cards to intricate vinyl decals. I’ve even used it for creating wall art!
The Cricut machine also has Smart Set Dial that makes adjusting the settings on the machine simple and can be used to create everything from delicate paper projects to thicker materials such as fabric, and cork.
Cricut Explore 3 Bluetooth Function
The Cricut Explore 3 has a Bluetooth connection option so you can easily use your smartphone or tablet to create projects with the machine. This makes it really easy to design custom projects. You can also use the Cricut Design Space app which is available for both iOS and Android to create projects with your Cricut Explore 3.
Can You Cut T-Shirt Designs With Cricut Explore 3?
Yes, you can cut t-shirt designs with your Cricut! You will need to use the Cricut Iron On Vinyl to make designs for your shirts. The design must be cut in reverse, so the part of the design that you want facing outwards must be placed on the back side of the vinyl before cutting.
The Cricut Explore 3 Works well alongside the Cricut Easy Press for designing, cutting and printing your own t-shirts, hats and other fabric or clothing items.
Check out our Tutorial for using the Cricut Easy Press here!
Cricut Air 2 V’s Cricut Explore 3
The Cricut Explore 3 is a great machine and has a lot of features that make it great for crafting. It is also compatible with both iOS and Android devices which makes it really convenient. The Cricut Explore 3 has faster cutting speeds and more powerful motors in comparison to the cricut Air 2 making it a great choice for strong, quick cuts.
What Else Can You Cut With Cricut Explore 3?
In addition to t-shirts, you can use Cricut Explore 3 to cut a wide range of materials including: paper, cardstock, vinyl, fabric, wood veneer, and more. The machine is great for making custom cards, invitations or banners for any occasion. It’s even perfect for creating home décor items like wall art or personalized signs.
Overall, the Cricut Explore 3 is a great tool for any crafter or hobbyist who wants to make their own custom projects. It’s easy to use and comes with an extensive library of images and fonts that make creating projects a breeze.
Is the Cricut Explore 3 Worth It?
Overall, I think the Cricut Explore 3 is an amazing machine for crafting. It’s easy to use, has a wide range of features that make creating projects fast and simple, and has Bluetooth connection capabilities so you can design projects from anywhere. It’s definitely a great choice for anyone who loves crafting and wants to make things with the help of complex technology.
I love that I can design birthday cards and other projects with the Cricut Explore 3. It’s a great machine and I highly recommend it for anyone who loves crafting.
So, if you are looking for a device to help make your crafting dreams come true, then the Cricut Explore three is definitely worth considering! I’ve had so much fun playing around with the Cricut Explore 3 machine. I’d highly recommend it to anyone wanting to get creative with their crafting projects. It has been a great addition to my craft room!
Happy Crafting! 🙂