Cricut Mini is a small, lightweight, ultra-portable way to make almost anything you want – out of many different types of materials, including thick and thin paper, fabric, vinyl, magnetic material, craft foil, and lots more. With Cricut Mini, it’s easier than ever to make projects and be more creative!
Provocraft announced this new machine yesterday at the Craft and Hobby Association trade show. I can't wait to check it out!
Cricut Mini will be priced at $119 MSRP and is compatible with Cricut Craft Room and/or the Gypsy. It needs to be hooked up to either of those to work.
Here's a video by the Craft Critique site (click HERE if not able to see):
Craft Critique has a very thorough article about the Cricut Mini that you can read by clicking HERE.
Also, Craft Critique is covering the Craft and Hobby Association (CHA) show and they have tons of fun pictures and articles. Lots of great eye candy!
If you want to see TONS of photos from CHA, check out Christine Urias' photos HERE! Christine runs the site Scrap Time and also has a huge podcast show on iTunes. She is fabulous and has some great write ups on her site Scrap Time.
They are doing tons of make 'n takes and classes at CHA with the Cricut using the new project and event cartridges, as well as one of my favorites, Sentimentals. My favorites of the new project cartridges are the Flower Shoppe, Frames and Sweet Tooth Boxes - check out some of those projects I've made using them:
Want to see more of my projects?
Click HERE to see my gallery!
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