What can the Cricut cut?
- Aluminum foil
- Art board mat frame
- Cork (adhesive backed)
- Craft foam
- Cutting mat protector (plastic sheet)
- Duct tape
- Fabric (when stabilized) – canvas, linen, oil cloth
- Foil (adhesive)
- Freezer paper
- Iron on vinyl – lite, flocked, glitter, printable
- Leather – heavy, light, faux
- Magnet sheet
- Paper – copy, watercolor, flocked, photo
- Plastic packaging
- Poster board
- Post-It notes
- Rice paper
- Soda can (flattened metal)
- Sticker paper
- Tattoo paper
- Tissue paper
- Vinyl – regular, glitter, chalkboard, printable, stencil
- Washi paper
- Washi tape
- Wax paper
- Window cling
- Wood veneer
- Wood – thin like balsa, birch
- Wrapping paper
Here are some cool "non-paper-and-vinyl" projects I've done or seen.
|Balsa Wood Hedgehog|
|Cricut Leather Pouch|
|Cut fabric ruffles with Cricut|
|Cricut Craft Foam|
|Felt Bows with Cricut Explore|
And if you're looking for answers to more common Cricut questions, read through these posts:
What is the Cricut machine and what can I do with it?
How does a Cricut work?
Can I upload my own images with Cricut?
How easy is it to upload my own images with the Cricut?
Will I be required to use cartridges with the Cricut?