Cricut is slashing prices this Black Friday so this is a great time to stock on the tools and supplies needed for all those cute holiday decorations and gifts. Don’t wait on these Black Friday Cricut deals as they tend to sell out fast!
Save $90 Cricut’s EasyPress 2
Right now for Black Friday, you can save $90 on both the 12-inch by 10-inch version and the nine-inch by nine-inch version of the Cricut EasyPress. The larger press is 38% off and the smaller is 48% off which CamelCamelCamel price tracker says is the lowest price this press has ever been offered.
I use the EasyPress as a t-shirt press for my iron-on vinyl and sublimation ink and I’ve had stunning results. I love the amount of control you have with the temperature and timer display. It helps me create professional-looking clothing without needing a large professional t-shirt press.
It comes in three different colors: raspberry, mint, and lilac.
Up to 59% Off Cricut Tools and Materials
This Black Friday there are lots of great deals on Cricut accessories. Their Basic Tool Set is 59% off bringing the price down to $13 from a list price of $31.99.
Right now you can save $10 on the Cricut Everyday Vinyl Rainbow Bundle which is 40% off for Black Friday. I’m literally wearing a hoodie I customized with Cricut vinyl so I can’t recommend the brand enough.
Their Seven-Piece Essential Tools Set is 55% off at $22.60. It has a list price of $49.99 so that’s a savings of $27.39.
Save $32.99 on Cricut’s New Explore Air 3
The Explore Air 3, on sale for $397, cuts twice as fast as the Explore Air 2 and when you use Cricut’s Smart Materials, you don’t even need to use a cutting mat.
32% Off Cricut’s Explore Air 2
The Explore Air 2 was named the top pick in our best cutting machines of 2021 article. It’s user-friendly, intuitive, and the possibilities of what you can make with this thing are practically endless.
One of my favorite things about this brand is that when I received my Explore Air 2, it came with an example project (a tote bag to hold Cricut supplies) with step-by-step instructions to use the cutter to create an iron-on design on a bag they provided (to hold the Cricut extras). It helped me learn how to use the Explore Air 2 so much faster and in a painless way. Plus I could see what the thing could do first hand which was great.
The machine is Bluetooth so it can easily communicate with your computer, smartphone, or tablet without messing with cords. You can upload your own designs or browse through their huge library of available Cricut images on their user-friendly design space. I upload my own designs and their program makes sizing simple and easy.
The cutter can handle over 100 different materials with this machine including vinyl, faux leather, and adhesive foils. It can even write for you if you replace the blade with the included writing tool.
Another great feature is its ability to work with printed images. I tend to make clothing with iron-on sheets or printed on magnets because I like my designs to be more than one color. You can do that by using the Bluetooth Explore Air 2 to communicate with your printer. Print your design like normal and then the Cricut will cut it out for you.
I got to test out a media sample of the Explore Air 2 last year with no promise of a positive review or even a review at all. I love this little powerhouse and plan to continue to make all sorts of neat projects.
The sale covers all colors of the Circut Explore Air 2 but stock is low on other colors and the third-party sellers aren’t offering a sale.
If you’re new to Cricut or smart cutting machines, Design Bundles on YouTube had a great Unboxing and First Project video which walks you through the whole process, including pairing with your computer.