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Cricut Maker and Tote Bundle Are Now A Thing

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

One of the best ways to get started with Cricut is to purchase a bundle. When I received my Air 2 I was also supplied with a lot of materials. (see YouTube unboxing) This allowed me to get started trying out a variety of different materials. Of course, I would recommend the starter project that takes you step by step through using your machine first. 

After using the Air 2 and when the Maker was released, I was also sent the new Maker machine. This is the current machine I own and use. I have gifted all my other Cricut machines to family and friends.

Recently I have been teaching Cricut classes at my local Michael's store and I am seeing a need for a tote to carry my Maker machine back and forth to the classes. This is the next product I have my eye on. I really wish that when I got my Maker machine it would have come in a bundle with the machine tote.

So if you are considering a new Cricut Maker, I suggest checking out the all-new Maker and Tote bundles and don't forget to use the code below for additional savings.

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