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Is Cricut Access worth it? The short answer is yes. 100 times YES!!!

5 easy Cricut projects answering the question is Cricut Access worth it

I've been using the Cricut Access plan since I got my first Cricut machine in 2014. Don't know what Cricut Access subscription is? It's a subscription plan that gives you unlimited to access to a ton of fonts and images to make amazing projects.

There are some Cricut image sets that I consistently turn to. The Tags, Bags, Boxes and More image set is one of my favorites. I also love the Pirates and Mermaids set. If I were to buy these sets, I use them often enough to justify the cost, but why bother? They along with hundreds of other image sets are included in the Cricut Access plan for one low cost.

3 Reasons I love Cricut Access

1. Unlimited use.

With the Cricut Access plan there is no limit to using it. You can make as much as you want in terms of quantity of a single project or the number of images you use. There are over 500 fonts and 120,000 images in the Cricut Access plan. Do you have any idea how many projects are possible with unlimited use of 500 fonts and 120,000 images?!?

Every once in a while I'll have to make something that is super last minute. For example, last year, my little boy told me he had a big poster board display project due the next day. It was 8 pm when he told me. Fortunately, we were able to find a bunch of awesome images in the Cricut Access plan and have them cut out in no time. His project looked super polished and well thought out.

That's certainly not the only time having all of the images in the plan available at my finger tips for last minute projects has come in handy. Forgot it was someone's birthday? Make an easy card in less than 5 minutes. Throw together a t-shirt for a surprise outing. Create great coloring pages to entertain your kids.The list of projects is unlimited, just like the plan.

The awesome news is that projects you have time to really plan out with access to all of those images are pure magic! My friends and family love the special gifts I make for them. From birthday parties and baby showers to sophisticated dinners and afternoon teas, I have had a lot of fun adding special touches to the decor with my Cricut Access plan.

2. There's Always Something New

Every week there are hundreds of new images added to Cricut Access. I always have so much fun checking out what is new and getting inspired to craft. Recently, images from Anna Griffin, Rob & Bob, Lia Griffith, Natalie Malan, and Jen Goode have all been added too, which definitely has me wanting to make even more projects!!!!

3. The Savings

You're going to need some materials and supplies to make all of those amazing projects! With the Cricut Access plan, members get 10% savings on all product purchases on, including machines, accessories, materials, and more – including sale items. Also, if you want to make projects with licensed images from brands like Disney, Simplicity, Marvel, and Hello Kitty, the Cricut Access plan gives you a discount on those too.

5 Of My Favorite Cricut Projects Made With The Cricut Acess Plan

So can we agree that Cricut Access is worth it? Now, I'd like to share with you some of my all time favorite projects using images included in the plan.

I used a combination of Cricut Access images to make this totally custom Peacock gift box. Find the tutorial here.

This treasure treat box was used for my own mermaid themed birthday party. Find the tutorial here.

a paper treasure chest treat box made with a Cricut machine

This mama and baby elephant card is so sweet as part of a jungle themed baby shower, don't you think? Find the tutorial here.

elephant card made with Cricut

This happy birthday little lady cake topper is just so adorable and it only took me 5 minutes to make. Find the tutorial here.

a ladybug themed cake topper made with a Cricut Maker

Yes, this is a unicorn cookie. I ran a home bakery for a while and my absolute favorite thing to make with my Cricut machine are cookie stencils. Get this cut file and see how to use a unicorn cookie stencil here.

Whether you are using a Cricut Maker, a Cricut Explore Air, or the new Cricut Joy you absolutely will not be disappointed in getting a Cricut Access plan.

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Well, that's my 2 cents for if Cricut Access is worth it! Until next time!


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