Intimidated by your Cricut?

Stop feeling overwhelmed and dive into action with this 3 hands-on project Guide.

A Maker’s Guide to Getting Started with your Cricut

The Maker’s Guide to Getting Started with your Cricut is sold only as a digital download.

Don’t let your Cricut sit there because you don’t know where to start. Master Cricut Design Space with 3 hands-on, simple projects that you can start and finish over the course of a few days.

Does any of this sound like you?

  • You feel overwhelmed by Cricut Design Space and all the functionalities available?
  • You don’t want to spend hours learning about Cricut Design Space?
  • You would like to start making something right away but don’t know where to start?
  • You wish there was a simple way for you to learn how to master your Cricut and Cricut Design Space?

If you answered YES to any of these questions then the Maker’s Guide to Getting Started with your Cricut can help you! 

What if you could make beautiful projects AND learn at the same time?

Just imagine making your first project right away. Finally, make use of your Cricut and be proud of your accomplishment. By learning and practicing at the same time, you’ll avoid the overwhelmed that you get when learning something new. 

And good news! If you can’t wait to start, the Maker’s Guide to Getting Started with your Cricut is instantly available to you as a digital download sent to your email.

Easy to start projects

Use your Cricut to its full potential

Learn and make useful crafts


This ebook will show you step-by-step on how to make these 3 simple projects


Make a vinyl label for a glass jar

This project will show you how to use and modify free images available in Cricut Design Space.


Make labels for your baskets

This project will show you how to create labels using the “Print and Cut” feature.


Make an original mini card

This project will show you how to create a mini card by using Cricut pens and the “Draw” function.

Easy to follow step-by-step diagrams will show you exactly where to click and what to do. See for yourself with these sample pages:

Only basic materials are required and the detailed list and links will be available in the Guide. Here’s a preview of what you’ll need:

  • Cardstock
  • Vinyl
  • Transfer tape
  • Cricut Pen

Here’s what users have to say about it

The 3 projects presented are really interesting and very easy to make. With all the tips, we really discover all the parts of Design Space and it is very easy to get by alone afterwards. Each project shows us different aspects of the web page that we can apply to all kinds of other personal projects. The projects are very clear and very well detailed, it is difficult to miss a step!

Anne-Marie B.

Anne-Marie B.

Design Space can be a little intimidating but Natalie breaks everything down step by step that makes it all so easy! I feel confident to create many projects on my Cricut now after going through this ebook!

Wendy D.

Wendy D.

Don’t wait, grab your Maker’s Guide to Getting Started with your Cricut now and start crafting immediately


The Maker’s Guide to Getting Started with your Cricut is for anyone who uses Cricut Design Space! That means if you have one of these Cricuts, this Guide is for you:

  • Cricut Explore
  • Cricut Explore Air
  • Cricut Explore One
  • Cricut Explore Air 2
  • Cricut Maker
  • Cricut Joy

Note that since not all tools and functions are available in the Cricut Design Space app, the Guide is illustrated with the desktop version.

What will you learn?

The Maker’s Guide to Getting Started with your Cricut covers all the major tools and functions you need to use on a daily basis. You’ll learn how to:

  • Use images freely available in Cricut Design Space (no monthly subscription required)
  • Write and modify text
  • Make and modify shapes
  • Use Score lines
  • Upload images
  • Group / Ungroup
  • Duplicate, Slice, Attach, Flatten and Contour
  • Isolate text
  • Modify the type of lines
  • Change the colour of an object
  • Use the pen to draw shapes and text
  • Print and Cut
  • Align objects
  • Arrange layers
  • Flip objects

How do I know it will work?

You don’t, but I do!!

Do you know why? Well, because I’ve been where you are! Staring at that big box, scared of opening it! Always putting it back to later “when I have more time!“.

And once I decided to open it, I didn’t know where to start or what to do first. I found out a lot of people were in the same situation that I was. But I was lucky, I had a previous Cricut machine and also a lot of knowledge in working with Design software such as Photoshop and Illustrator.

I decided I could help people that didn’t have that knowledge to flush out this overwhelmed and get started making fun and beautiful projects!

The Maker’s Guide to Getting started with your Cricut will tell you exactly where and how to start. Then, you’ll be confident and pumped to try projects on your own.


Don’t wait and start using your Cricut right now! Grab the Maker’s Guide to Getting Started with your Cricut for just $25!

A Maker’s Guide to Getting Started with your Cricut is copyright 2020 by NeliDesign. All rights reserved. Cricut® and Cricut Design Space® are registered trademarks of Provo Craft. The use of them does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement by them.