How to Get Started with Your Cricut Explore Air 2 (From Unboxing to Your First Project)

Can you guess what are the most common things I hear from people after buying their Cricut Explore Air 2?

A) I don’t know where to begin!

B) I have no idea what supplies to buy!

C) I’m too scared to get it out of the box!

D) All of the above

If you answered “D” then you are absolutely correct! We’re tackling all of these fears and hurdles in one mega video today! Bookmark and pin this video to refer back to later.

Also, you’re not leaving empty handed…

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P.S. If you have an older Cricut Explore series machine, most of what you’ll learn in the video will still be applicable to you!



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10 thoughts on “How to Get Started with Your Cricut Explore Air 2 (From Unboxing to Your First Project)”

  1. UUUUGGGGGHHHHHHHHH I wish I would have found this before I opened mine up and got started. the first try I cut up my mat because the instructions weren’t clear. So THANK YOU! if anyone I know buys one I will definetly refer them to your video.

  2. Hi 🙂
    I’m the type of person who would SHOCK people when I would answer, “No, actually I don’t own a Cricut yet”…So it was just a matter of time….Its so nice to hear other crafters are as terrified and intimidated by the Cricut as I am! Lol …I have had it (in the box in a hall closet) since before Thanksgiving and still haven’t built up the courage to open the box. Recently, I lost my job as a nurse and also recently, a friend who owned a small online store moved to Japan ????????. Before she left, she gifted me a GIGANTIC box of different types of fake/faux/vegan/plastic/pleather (whatever you call it which means ‘not real’) leather clutches and wallets and small crossbody bags. They are cute the way they are, but they are boring IMO….Sooooo my question that I’m taking forever to answer is….Is there some kind of way I can combine my Cricut and these wallets with your tutorials to make something that i can sell better/faster/for a higher price on Etsy? Thank you?!!

  3. Hello. I just got my Cricut for my 50th. Birthday. I just have my Cricut and nothing else. I don’t know where to start.

  4. I have a Joy but am thinking about getting a bigger machine to do bigger projects but am not sure what machine to get. Any help would be appreciated.


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