Is mom a Cricut Crafter? Check out my Cricut Gift Guide for Mom. I’m sharing all the must have Cricut gifts you need to buy the crafty mom in you life.
If mom is a crafter, you are going to love these Cricut Gifts for Mom! Whether you need a birthday gift, Mother’s Day gift, or even a Christmas gift. I think you’ll find this list helpful. I’m going to concentrate on the crafty mom. Or maybe it’s a mom in your life that wants to be crafty. Either way, I’m going to share a few of my favorite Cricut craft items. I hope you’ll find my Cricut Gift Guide for Mom super helpful.
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Cricut Maker – Does your mom have an older Cricut machine or maybe even wants to start crafting? I can’t say enough about the Cricut Maker. The Cricut Maker can cut a wide-variety of materials including fabric, felt, balsal wood, chipboard, vellum, cardstock, window clings, etc.
Anytime friends or even readers ask me what machine they should get I always tell them–whatever machine you can afford. But if you can afford the Cricut Maker I would buy it. And ALWAYS buy it as a bundle! You get so much more supplies for your money.
Cricut Iron-On Vinyl
Cricut Iron-On Vinyl ($6.50 – 12.59) – I make more t-shirts and customized projects with my Cricut then anything else. If I woke up on Christmas morning and my kids wrapped up a bunch of rolls of Iron-On vinyl I would be over the moon excited.
EasyPress 2 + Essentials Iron-On Bundle
Cricut EasyPress™ 2, Mint – 12″ x 10″ + Essentials Iron -On Bundle ($279.99 $448.87) – I love my EasyPress and any mom that is going to make their kids shirts should have an EasyPress, too! This bundle gives you all sorts of supplies to really get your Iron-On vinyl creative juices flowing.
Infusible Ink: – If mom is a more experienced crafter I highly suggest you create your own little bundle/gift basket of Infusible Ink products for mom! They don’t sell a bundle, but you can make your own. Grab a roll or two of the transfer sheets, pens, and a few blanks!
Cricut Joy™ + Essentials Bundle ($169.99) – I use my Cricut Joy™ more then any of my other machines. This bundle is perfect to get mom started. You can also refer her to my post on how to get started and how to cut Smart Vinyl with the Cricut Joy™.
EasyPress Mini + Starter Iron-On Bundle
Cricut EasyPress Mini™, Raspberry + Essentials Iron -On Bundle ($139.99)- I have the EasyPress Mini and LOVE it! It’s perfect for curved or smaller surface (think shoes). I love it and think every mom needs one, too! This bundle even gets mom started with rolls of Iron-On vinyl and tools!
Cricut Access Annual Subscription
Cricut Access ($9.99 a month/$95 a year) – The perfect gift for any Cricut crafting mom! Whether they are experienced or not they will love having access to over 100,000 cut‑ready premium Cricut images, unlimited access to over 400 fonts, PLUS 10% savings on all product purchases on cricut.com and more!
Sewing Kit ($32.49)- If your mom likes to sew and will be receiving a Maker or already has a Cricut Maker then she would love this sewing kit! I use these supplies to make teething rings, costumes, and more!
Ultimate Fine Point Pen Set (30 ct.)
Ultimate Fine Point Pen Set ($24.49) – I have this set and love the variety of colors I have to choose from! Perfect for paper crafting!
Cricut Mug Press™
Cricut Mug Press™ + Everything Materials Bundle ($269.99) – I do not have a Cricut Mug Press™ yet, but I really want one. Hint hint family 😉 This is the fool proof way to be able to make mugs without worrying about them peeling off. They use the Infusible Ink technology.
If you are in the market to buy a new Cricut or supplies here are a few deals I have exclusively for Sew Woodsy readers!
- Explore Air 2 only $199.99! Valid through 5/4/21
- Maker machines only $329.99! Valid through 5/4/21
- Joy machines only $149.99! Valid through 5/4/21
- Save 30% on smart materials! Valid through 5/4/21
Cricut Projects to Make
Once mom has her Cricut she will need some projects to make! Here are a few of my favorite projects.
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