A giant list of the materials that the cricut maker cuts

What Materials does the Cricut Maker cut?

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Did you know the Cricut Maker can cut up to 300+ material?

Yes, You heard that right! It can cut the most delicate paper to the thick stuff like chipboard. There’s a GIANT list of materials that I am going to be sharing with you! So get Ready because we are going to dive right in!

What Materials do the cricut maker cut? Paper, Vinyl, HTV, and much more.

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Years ago, my parents brought the cricut cutting machine to my attention because I was literally making everything by hand. My parents thought this would give me a helping hand. AND OH BOY WHERE THEY RIGHT! What a life changer this cricut machine was and of course still is.

If you craft day in and out and enjoy making DIY projects, handmade cards, personalized shirts, mugs, and tote bags then this machine will change your life!

If you’re just starting out here are a few post that you can go to.

Ultimate Beginners Guide to Cricut Design Space

Complete Guide to Cricut Blades

A Giant list of the Materials the Cricut Maker cuts.

The Cricut Maker

This is not an ordinary machine! This is the Ultimate cutting machine that cuts, writes and scores 300+ materials from super delicate tissue paper to the thicker material like chipboard.

What materials does the Cricut Maker cut you ask?

The Cricut Maker cuts so many different materials, so get ready for a massive list because you are going to be creating, designing, and cutting to make some incredible projects with your cutting machine.

The Cricut Maker is a pretty impressive machine and can cut any material up to 2.4mm thick. If you want more information about the cricut maker please click on the Cricut Maker above.

PAPER AND CARDSTOCK

Paper and Cardstock for the cricut maker
  • You can view the paper from Cricut Here
  • You can view the cardstock from Cricut Here
  • Adhesive cardstock
  • Cardstock
  • Cereal box
  • Chipboard .2mm
  • Chipboard, Kraft 1.5mm
  • Construction paper
  • Copy Paper
  • Corrugated cardstock
  • Flat & Flocked Cardstock
  • Foil Embossed Cardstock
  • Freezer Paper
  • Glitter Cardstock
  • Glitter Paper
  • Kraft Board
  • Kraft Board foil
  • Kraft Paper
  • Metallic Paper
  • Notebook Paper
  • Paper Board
  • Paper Foil
  • Parchment paper
  • Photographs
  • Poster Board
  • Rice Paper
  • Scrapbook Paper
  • Shimmer paper
  • Solid Core Cardstock
  • Watercolor Paper
  • Wax Paper
  • White Core Cardstock

Vinyl

Vinyl for Cricut Maker

If you’re going to be making home decor signs, decals for your car, mugs and tumblers, Vinyl is what you want to use.

  • Adhesive Vinyl
  • Chalk Board Vinyl
  • Dry Erase Vinyl
  • Glitter Vinyl
  • Glossy Vinyl
  • Permanent vinyl
  • Printable Vinyl
  • Removable Vinyl
  • Holographic Vinyl
  • Matte Vinyl
  • Metallic Vinyl
  • Outdoor Vinyl
  • Pearl Metallic Vinyl
  • Shimmer Metallic Vinyl
  • Shimmer Vinyl
  • Stencil Vinyl
  • True Brushed Vinyl

If you are looking for a variety of different items, Material Bundles are a wonderful way to go.

TRANSFER TAPE

Working with Vinyl you are going to need transfer tape! Don’t forget that!

Iron On (HTV)

If you are making t-shirts, tote bags, pillows, and hats amongst many others than Iron on or HTV (Heat Transfer Vinyl) is what you are looking for.

  • Everyday Iron on
  • Express Iron on
  • Flocked Iron on
  • Foil Iron on
  • Glitter Iron on
  • Glossy Iron on
  • Holographic Iron on
  • Iron on Lite
  • Matte Iron on
  • Metallic Iron on
  • Mesh Iron on
  • Mosaic Iron on
  • Neon Iron on
  • Patterned Iron on
  • Pre-made Iron on
  • Printable Iron on
  • Sports Flex Iron on

Fabrics and Textiles

  • Burlap
  • Canvas
  • Cashmere
  • Chiffon
  • Cotton Fabric
  • Denim
  • Duck Cloth
  • Faux Leather
  • Faux Leather
  • Faux Suede
  • Felt
  • Flannel
  • Fleece
  • Jersey
  • Jute
  • Knits
  • Leather
  • Linen
  • Metallic Leather
  • Moleskin
  • Muslin
  • Oil Cloth
  • Polyester
  • Printable
  • Silk
  • Terry Cloth
  • Tulle
  • Tweed

Specialty Materials

BOY OH BOY And the list KEEPS ON GOING!!!

  • Adhesive Foil (Similar to vinyl)

I highly recommend starting with vinyl if you’re new. Vinyl is a bit easier to work it and isn’t so delicate.

  • Adhesive Wood
  • Alumunium Foil
  • Aluminum Sheets
  • Balsa Wood
  • Birch Wood
  • Chipboard
  • Corkboard
  • Corrugated Paper
  • Craft Foam
  • Duct Tape
  • Embossable Foil
  • Foil Acetate
  • Glitter Foam
  • Magnet Sheets
  • Metallic Vellum
  • Paint Chips
  • Plastic Packaging
  • Printable Magnet Sheets
  • Shrink Plastic
  • Soda Can
  • Stencil Material
  • Transparency Film
  • Vellum
  • Washi Sheets
  • Window Clings
  • Wood Veneer
  • Wrapping Paper

Infusible Ink

Infusible Ink uses heat and infuses the ink onto items such as t-shirts, tote bags, coasters, and more for a more professional look!

  • Transfer Sheets
  • Pens and Markers for infusing
  • Heat Resistant Tape

And there you have it my friends A complete list of materials that you’re cricut maker can cut

Want to learn how to edit text? Check out my article Editing Text in Cricut Design Space.

I hope this has helped you! If you have any questions don’t hesitate to drop a comment or send me a e-mail. And if this article helped you please share the love and help others as well!

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