Wondering how to print then cut using the new Cricut Explore machine? (sponsored post-all links are affiliate links*)
Take a quick look at the Superman card I made below using the Print then Cut feature on the Cricut Explore machine.
If you've ever cut Superman before, or any of the Disney characters, you know that the hardest part is getting those eyes to cut out since they are itty bitty.
Now, with print then cut, there are no more worries about the eyes! Or anything else! It's fabulous!
Now with the newest feature of the Cricut Explore machine, you can choose your image (either your own or one of 50,000+ in the Cricut Design Lab), flatten the image and then click 'Go'. Once printed, the Cricut Explore machine works its magic to bring your 2-dimensional idea into the 3rd dimension.
Take a look at this super short instructional video (less than 4 minutes) and see just how easy it can be…(click HERE if you can't see the video):
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