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Ski Coaster: How I made article 18

 This article is brought to you by Lizzsews . In today's article, I will guide you through how I made a ski coaster. Follow along with this project and share your result in  Lizzsews Facebook group . Recommended read: 10 Things You Need to Start Cricut Crafting Today Recommended read: How I made article series What I used: Ceramic coaster Infusible ink rainbow transfer sheets butcher paper/parchment paper Cricut EasyPress 2 + mat Cardstock Standardgrip mat The steps I took: I started out by looking for the design that I wanted, I was looking for a wintery ski design that would fit nicely on the coaster. I ended up finding the perfect skiing design in Cricut design space that was exactly what I was looking for. Although I didn't quite like the look of the snowflake on the bottom, I liked that there was a snowflake... just not that snowflake. I searched for other snowflakes on Cricut design space and found one I liked. Cricut image ID: #M21B5B156 - Ski letters with poles li

10 Things You Need to Start Cricut Crafting Today

This article is brought to you by  Lizzsews If you're interested in starting to craft with a Cricut (or another die-cutting machine (ex. Silhouette)), you're in the right place! Here's everything that you'll need to get started with Cricut crafting- without spending too much. Recommended read: 10 Things You Need To Start Machine Embroidery Today  1.  You're going to need a Cricut, you can choose any Cricut machine that you want. These are the Cricut machines, their capabilities compared to each other, and assorted by price (low-high):    - Cricut Joy   - Max material width of 5.5", and a max cut length of 47"  - Can cut, write, and foil  - Compatible with 50+ materials  - Bluetooth and compatible with Cricut design space    - Cricut Explore Air 2   (The best value machine)  - Max material width of 12", and a max cut length of 24".  - Can cut, write, score and foil  - Compatible with 100+ materials  - Can use print then cut with a home printer  -