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  • Kaitlin Marie Wood

    Things Every Cricut Owner Should Know...for when I get a stinkin cricut :)

  • Scrappin' Mamas

    *Cricut Ideas*

  • Brandy Eyman

    Things to know about your Cricut Machine.

  • Laurie Markussen

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  • Jennifer Wade

    One thing that is absolutely critical to making the Cricut cut properly is to have the pressure, speed and depth of blade correct for the type of paper you are using. This, by far, is what makes or breaks your Cricut experience. No one wants to ruin expensive paper by accidently having the wrong settings in place and then shredding their paper! It's certainly happened to me enough times, especially when switching amongst different types of paper like going from heavy card stock click link

  • Emily Burrus

    Site gives you a great table to know what blade settings for different fabrics and materials!

  • Alice Baccus

    Cricut Settings Table The best Cricut cutting guide

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