Cricut

Make A Mermaid Box With Your Cricut Scoring Wheel

Trying to get a grasp on the difference between the

Cricut Explore and the Maker?  

You may want to watch my new YouTube video on how to use the Scoring Wheel–which is part of the Cricut Maker’s Adaptive Tool Set.

Cricut Maker is a wonderful machine that uses several different interchangeable tools in its machinery, giving crafters like us more control of what we can accomplish!

In my video you will see how I use my Maker to score and cut Cricut Kraft Board, cardboard and Deluxe Foil Paper to make a Mermaid box.  I explain the differences between the Cricut Scoring Stylus and the Cricut Scoring Wheel.  I also talk about changing out the tip of the Scoring Wheel and scoring thicker materials like cardboard and foil paper without cracking the paper edges!!

To replicate my Mermaid Box, here is FREE Cricut Design Space File in the Cricut Community: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/146385659

In this video, I used the following products:

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If you are in the market for some Cricut branded products, please be sure to use my link.  When you do, you can use my code “MISSRITA2” with the link to receive 10% off your order and free shipping.

Using this link http://shrsl.com/1ixzw and my code “MISSRITA2” in the order process will get you an additional 10% off your order PLUS free shipping!

 

Best always,

Miss Rita

Here are the restrictions: My special discount code will not work on any machines or on Cricut Access subscription service.   Your cart must equal $50 or more to qualify for the extra discount and free shipping, so throw an item or two you’ve been dying to try in there to save almost ten bucks on shipping alone!

 

 

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