Three Reasons Why You Need Cricut Access

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cricut. All opinions are 100% mine.

Finding time to craft with my little princess is not easy sometimes because of work and extra-curricular activities. When we do find the time to craft together we love using Cricut Design Space to find activities to do together. Cricut Access is a paid membership that gives us a library with thousands of images for us to create whatever we want. Cricut Access has 100,000+ images at your disposal to use with iron-on vinyl, regular removal vinyl, infusible ink, or papercraft projects. I’m sharing three reasons why you need Cricut Access for all your crafting needs.

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Cricut Access is not just for images but fonts and ready-to-make projects as well. The ready-to-make projects are one of my favorite benefits! Anytime I need something for a birthday, holiday, or just for fun – I have so many options to choose from. Cricut Access is available as a monthly or yearly option – pick the plan that works best for you.

Why You Need Cricut Access

Access to 100,000+ Images

The value really lies in the 100,000+ images that are available to you. Any image on Cricut Design Space that has the “a” symbol is included for you to use.

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It is so simple to find the image you are looking for by just using the search functionality on Cricut Design Space. My kids always have some kind of school project and we love incorporating images to really take the project to the next level. When my daughter was learning about dinosaurs we were able to use different dinosaur images on her presentation/project. Of course, being a crafty mom that I am she also got a dinosaur shirt to go with it. It was as easy as finding the perfect dinosaur image, sizing it to fit my needs, and using my Cricut Maker to cut it out. The Cricut team is continuously adding more images and value to their Cricut Access subscription plans. Now you can get designer images from some of your favorite designers, such as Anna Griffin, Rob & Bob, Lia Griffith, Natalie Malan, and Jen Goode as part of the Cricut Access plan. Cricut Access also has licensed images from Disney, Marvel, Sanrio, and more available at a discounted rate for Cricut Access members. Perfect for Disney theme birthday parties!

Ready-to-Make Projects

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The ready-to-make projects are my favorite! I love how easy it is to search for something fun to personalize or create. Everything is ready for you to make it – making it so simple to create projects on the fly. My daughter loves seeing what projects are new to try. It really makes me use my machine so much more! There are so many projects that are included with your Cricut Access membership. Any of the projects with the “a’ symbol (see image above) are included! There are a wide variety of projects to choose from – birthday party decor, sewing projects (the Cricut Maker is perfect for these!), and iron-on vinyl projects.

Discounts on Cricut.com Purchases

Cricut Access gives its members a 10% savings on all product purchases on cricut.com, including machines, accessories, materials, and more – including sale items! You also receive 10% savings on premium licensed fonts, images and ready to make projects from brands like Disney, Sanrio, Simplicity, and many more.

If you are already going to be purchasing materials for your machine this is a great benefit to have! I know I have all the new infusible ink transfer sheet patterns so this was a no brainer for me when deciding if Cricut Access was right for me.

Cricut Access Promotion for April

  • Cricut Access subscribers get free shipping on all orders through April 30th. Non-subscribers get free shipping with orders of $99+ with code APRSHIP.
  • Cricut Access subscribers get a free Cricut Cutie when they purchase $100+ of materials, while supplies last, after discounts, excluding bulk. Cutie colors may vary.

Cricut Access has so many benefits and it saves time when you are looking for images. You can certainly look for images on the web but they can take time and may not cut properly with your Cricut machine. Personally, I prefer to look for what I need on Cricut Design Space because I know the image, font used, or project will be cut perfectly.

Five Projects using Cricut Access Images

Mermaid Mini Tote Bags

Mermaid birthday goodie bag

Book Lover Tote Bag using Cricut Maker and Infusible Ink

I Rather Be Reading book tote

Baseball Mom Cap using Cricut EasyPress Mini

Baseball mom cap

Monogrammed Unicorn Backpack using Cricut

Easy Personalized Kids Unicorn Backpack

5 Projects using Cricut SportFlex Iron-On Vinyl

5 Projects using Cricut SportFlex Iron-on Vinyl

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