Cricut has various machines available in the market for individual use, each with its distinct usage. The Cricut Explore Air is a mixed powerhouse that's perfect for the DIY crafter. It can cut more than 100+ different materials and easily handle most projects. Today, we have Cricut Explore Air 2, the perfect cutting machine for DIY craft projects, so we will share with you 10 amazing Cricut Explore Air 2 projects you can create. Here is a list of Cricut Explore Air 2
projects and what most people love about this fantastic Cricut machine!
- Watercolor Decal
You can create printable vinyl on your Cricut machine and use the print and cut feature to make colorful labels, stickers, or decals in various sizes and shapes, such as floral watercolor decals. It's such a fun way to spruce up your old devices.
- Wooden Serving Tray
Making Cricut Explore Air 2 projects using vinyl or heat transfer vinyl on wood is one of the best ways to use a cutting machine. Most people love to make something old and give it new life, just like this wooden serving tray.
- Etched Wine Glasses
We have mentioned that making customized wine glasses for wedding gifts to the bride and groom is one of the best Cricut Explore Air 2 projects. Etching is extremely easy, looks professional, and can be done on any glass surface, including glass plates or bowls, stemware, and even baking dishes.
- Felt Flowers
Do you know that your Cricut machine can cut felt? It's time to try this Cricut Explore Air 2 project. Also, people love the idea of making greeting cards with 3D felt flowers on top of cardstock for a special touch to handmade cards. These felt flowers look classy and soft.
- Picture Magnet
This will be one of the next Cricut Explore Air 2 projects to try! People love using the Cricut machine to cut printable magnet sheets. It can be a great idea for gift-giving, promoting your small business, or even charting household chores.
- Custom Necklace
Another material the Cricut machine can cut is tooling leather, used to create these custom name necklaces. This requires a deep-cut housing and blade, an extra tool you can purchase for Cricut Explore Air 2 projects.
- Reusable Stencils
Reusable stencils are great for Cricut Explore Air 2 projects with a repetitive design (such as painting a feature wall). Still, most people use this method to make letter and number stencils for children to practice writing.
- Birthday Gift Bag
Why pay $5 on a gift bag thrown away after one use when you can customize a gift bag that the recipient can use over and over (plus, it's so cute)? You can make a unique gift with Cricut Explore Air 2 projects for a few dollars’ worth of material.
- 3D Paper Flower Magnets
Following on from the last Cricut Explore Air 2 project, but on a much smaller scale, these 3D paper flower magnets are pretty, and people love that they were placed on the magnets for added versatility. It would be great to try making these 3D paper flowers and attach them to push pins for the corkboard.
- DIY Throw Pillow
Most people love how the maker of this pillow turned a funny saying into a pillow. Always enjoy Cricut Explore Air 2 projects that make you laugh, and you can even create your stories using a custom font. It is an easy single-layered HTV project with minimal weeding; it's great for beginners with Cricut Explore Air 2 projects to use heat transfer vinyl.
- Address Labels
You can use Cricut Explore Air 2 to create completely hand-written envelopes using Cricut's writing pen and an envelope. Most people love to do this for birthdays and thank you cards too. You should try this great Cricut Explore Air 2 project at home.
- Printable Santa Letters
Letters to Santa are a tradition with children; we do it yearly. It is good to see how their requests change each year and to get ideas about what they want. People love that there is a free template you can print and use.
- Easter Cupcake Toppers
This is an amazing Cricut Explore Air 2 project that you can adapt for any holiday to make candy sticks or toothpicks. You can take any picture and create the perfect
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