Recently we unbox Cricut and tried the paper attached. We cut some sample project in Cricut Design Space.
It’s weird… It should be in this way as the author cuts:
It takes lots of time and money to buy Cricut official materials, we have to find way source the paper/cardstock to create. We think you might be interested in it, we showed some of the materials we are sourcing, they have to be:
- good to go with Cricut: the paper have to be stick to the mat, it’s not good too tight or too loose. I tried the average 300g A4, it’s no good.
- cheap, too expensive on Cricut
- options: from 180g to 350g, from white to rainbow colors, even iron on
you can comment if you like the cardstocks: