Need Some Help With Your Cricut??????

 

Cricut Help is finally here!!!! I will show you How To use your Cricut step-by-step.

This E-Book will work for the Cricut Expression or The Cricut Personal or Cricut Create.

Are you fed-up and tired of wasting time and paper trying to understand how the Cricut works!

Now you can save yourself hours of frustration. Save time and money and start having some fun with your Cricut!!

 

There’s nothing more irritating than having a specific idea in your head and you can’t figure out how to get the machine to do what you want it to do. Have you ever had to trash another piece of expensive specialty paper because the cutting didn’t come out the way you wanted it? How much time have you wasted trying to figure out how the Cricut works. Scanning blogs, forums and You Tube to find answers to your questions.

Cricut doesn’t come with a complete step-by-step manual or video. They give you a give “tid-bits” of info and turn you loose. I got my hands on a Cricut several years ago after my local scrapbooking store got one and showed me all the cool things you could do with it.

“He” (My Cricut has a gender for some reason :) ) sat there for a long time because I was afraid I would “hurt” it somehow, and I was not really sure what to do with it. Let’s pause the story here for a moment and let me introduce myself….

My name is Suzanne McBride and I have been scrapbooking and paper crafting for over 17 years. I currently hold Cricut, Card Making & Paper Crafting classes 2-4 times a month out of my home. I live in a smaller town and many of the people I know were hungry for these types of classes. I started holding classes about 4 years ago and have women attending these classes each and every month.

The more and more customers I work with have been asking for help using their Cricut and there was nobody around here offering anything like that. Then I started my blog and have had many many E-Mails asking questions and advice on the Cricut.

I finally sat down and decided to put together a guide to answer all those questions I have gotten once and for all. It wasn’t long until I was scouring the internet gathering the tips and tricks of how to use the Cricut. Every time I got “stuck” I had to put my project on hold and spend hours trying to “figure out” how to make Mr. Cricut do what I wanted it to do.

Before long I felt confident enough to share with my customers. So many people wanted help that I have added several more classes that I anticipated.

Then I got to thinking….

Wouldn’t it be easier to learn about Mr. Cricut if someone took all the information on how your machine works and put it in one place??

 

You know what I am talking about or you wouldn’t be here trying to find help! Trying to figure out what settings to use to cut what material. What all those buttons were used for and how to use them. How to use those confusing cartridge booklets, etc.

Everytime I wanted to try something new I was wasting so much time just trying to find the answer to my question AND it seemed that everyone had a different answer.

It was frustrating!

I wish there had been one place I could keep coming back to as an easy reference whenever I needed answers.

There are definately some websites out there that offer good information about the Cricut but they would only talk about one or two aspects of the Cricut so I had to waste alot of time jumping from site to site to find the answers I needed.

I am offering an up-to-date quick reference manual and guide that takes you step by step and shows you everything you ever wanted to know about Mr. Cricut…and then some!

Wouldn’t you rather fall in love with your Cricut then hate it??

I have compiled every function of the Cricut into a tutorial called “Cricut-Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Your Cricut…And Then Some!!” for anybody who’d like to stop wasting time being frustrated and start enjoying your Cricut.

How To Use The Cricut is a downloadable manual that covers everything you need to know to start using your Cricut to its full potential.

I Think this is something every Cricut owner should have.

 

  Here’s what you’ll find inside…

•  Getting Started With Your Cricut

The Basics of Turning On Your Machine

•  All About Your Blade & Mats

What you need to know about your mat and blade, including how to know when to change them and how to change them.

•  An Explanation Of What Each Button Does

The mode, creative feature & function buttons. What they are and what they are used for. I will go over every single button so that you will know everything your machine can do.

•  How To Use Those Crazy Cartridge Booklets

The cartridge booklets can be very confusing. I will show you how to simply break it down so that you know how to get the exact image you want without pulling your hair out.

•  Tips & Tricks That You will Love

I have learned many tips & tricks along the way. I will show you things to make your life just a little bit easier when your using your Cricut and save you some money along the way!

Now I can’t say that I have answered every single question that will ever come up about your Cricut, but I have tried to make this the most detailed tutorial on the Cricut so that you will never have to go anywhere else to find answers to your questions.

I will also throw in a BONUS!!! A Cheat Sheet with 25 Tips & Reminders that you will want to keep handy when working on your Cricut.

This is the one stop shop you have been looking for. I have already done the work, wasted the paper and time for you. Order now and you could be enjoying your Cricut in no time! Just click on the order button below.

You will get instant access to “Cricut-Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Your Cricut…And Then Some” which includes your FREE Bonus…25 Cricut Tips & Reminders. This comes in a PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat reader to read this. Most computers have this on it already, but if you don’t have it, you can download it here FREE  http://get.adobe.com/reader/

Cricut-Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Your Circut...And Then Some!!

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E-Mail me at suzy@cricuthelp.com for your FREE Cricut Settings Cheat Sheet Guide

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9 Responses to Need Some Help With Your Cricut??????

  1. Shamekia Smith says:

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I was wondering when something like this was coming out. You have truly saved me. Thanks for all you hard work. :)

  2. Wow, incredible blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you make blogging look easy. The overall look of your web site is great, let alone the content!

  3. V. Staufer says:

    Hi!

    Just bought my Cricut. Found your website. I just have a question. Is your book and E-Book that can be accessed online. I take it that video clips are included. I hope it includes how to get the material off the mat.
    I really think this is a great machine, but know I need help. Your book may be the help I need.
    I look forward to hearing from you.

    V. Staufer

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