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Are you a newbie Cricut crafter? Considering taking the leap to try it because you want to make iron-on personalized t-shirts, shoes, bags and all the rest? Now’s the time, because the Cricut EasyPress 2 really is EASY to use!
I’ve been crafting for a long time, but admittedly, some of my supplies are a little dusty. I tend to get in over my head sometimes, but I think that’s a thing of the past. I want to Cricut ALL THE THINGS and the machine has a permanent space on a table in my office. Next to it sits my 12 x 12 Cricut EasyPress 2, ready to create my next project. Now that I got my first one behind me, I’m over the hesitancy and making plans for an entire army of holiday crafts.
I finished my first iron-on project last week. I had the perfect excuse, the need to make my daughter’s bride t-shirt. You know, one of those t-shirts that says “I’m the bride!” or something more personalized for a bachelorette party or wedding dress shopping day. My daughter got married last weekend, after a whirlwind week of prep because they decided last-minute to get married on their fifth anniversary together. I didn’t want her to miss out on some of the little things, so I busted out a t-shirt.