Cricut crafters, both experienced and new, gathered at the Riverside Centre in Princeton to use digital die-cutting machines, which are capable of precisely cutting almost any crafting material you can imagine.

Of the 20 participants, 6 were fluent in Cricut, the remaining 14 were new or had brand new machines. “We had a great time sharing our love for Cricut art with everyone,” says the organizer.

Blanks were provided so that people could make whatever they wanted from the supplies, no matter their level of experience. “This allowed everyone to be artistic!” The organizer was grateful that there was enough power and plug-ins, and is thrilled that this event stirred interest in having monthly Cricut gatherings. “Everyone was so surprised with the ease of the machines, which gave us more time to make and talk!”.

“Thanks so much for the Neighbourhood Small Grant”

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