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Crafters are gonna craft and makers are going to make! Do you have a preference for crafter or maker? I really don’t, when I hear maker, I automatically think of my Cricut Maker. I am honored to be called either. My absolute favorite crafting tool is my Cricut machine. Either my Joy or my Maker are my go to machines. I also couldn’t live without my Cricut Access Subscription and all the free Cricut Access Projects.
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I’m sharing my favorite Cricut projects that use Design Space and my monthly Cricut Access subscription. Don’t tell my other craft projects.
Is it Worth Paying for Cricut Access?
I hear so many people ask this questions and if you craft weekly with your Cricut, then I say yes. Its a must! The basic Cricut Access subscription has so many images, fonts, and pre-made projects that you can make. You will save so much time browsing the “world wide web” by just browsing Cricut Design Space™. Another really cool new feature in Design Space is the collections. This made my day when I saw it! If you have an Access Subscription then you can have an unlimited amount of collections. Your projects will be so organized and easy to find.
Just think of all the things you spend $10 on each month. It’s really a great deal when you think about it. Buying a venti latte and a treat at Starbucks is $10 and that’s all you get, but with the subscription you can just keep on creating.
I hardly ever pay for an image because there are so many perfectly good ones for free. Sometimes though I do need to buy a licensed image like the one used on this Star Wars Ornament and I get a 10% discount. I’m a huge fan of discounts.
Cricut Access Subscription
As long as I’ve been a Cricut owner, I have been a Cricut Access monthly subscriber. The only time I’m not is when my credit card expires and I forget to change it. Don’t you hate when that happens?
Every Cricut account, has a free Design membership.
Cricut Free Membership
250+ ready to make projects
Purchase any image you want any time
Up to 5 collections on desktop.
Cricut Standard Subscription
500+ fonts (writing and cutting) *my new favorite font is Peach Cakes
Exclusive features for collections and enhancements
Discount on licensed content
10% off and Exclusive Deals on Cricut.com
Subscriber Only Exclusives
Cricut Access Standard can be paid monthly for $9.99 and is perfect for those you who can’t pay for the whole year at a time.
Cricut Premium Subscription
The Cricut Access Premium has all of the Cricut Standard subscriptions and a few added benefits. The premium membership is only available yearly for $119.88.
20% off all materials
Free Shipping for orders of $50 or more
I highly recommend a Cricut Access subscription for the Cricut Joy App because it has so many amazing projects that you can make for free. For all Cricut creators and machines the projects, ideas, images, and fonts are truly endless. Plus remember you can take images, shapes, and text and create new designs just for you in Design Space.
If you still need to see more, here are 21 Free Cricut Access Projects to make right now. All of the images and text are available for free with the Cricut Access subscription.
Get yours today and start creating!