Price Drop on Cricut Explore Air 2!

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Hurry over to Amazon where you can get the Cricut Explore Air 2 Machine for around $196! It has excellent reviews, and ships free with Amazon Prime or Free Super Saver Shipping.

Here are a few more options:

I have this one, and it works great! Check out these darling Christmas towels I made using mine!


Go HERE to check it out! 

I’m still holding out for a deal on the Cameo 3, but if you’re in the market for a Cricut, check out this deal! And here is a fantastic deal on the Cameo 3:

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Amazon just dropped the price on the Silhouette Cameo 3 to under $200I have the Silhouette Cameo 2 and love mine, but this one looks even better as it includes wireless capability as well. Go HERE to check it out! 

 

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Comments

  1. Laurie, Just wondering because I do not have a Circuit or Cameo. Whats the difference? Why do you prefer the Cameo over the Cricut? Thanks!

    • I like them both – I had a Cricut when it was the old style (you needed cartridges), but switched to the Cameo after it was damaged in our move. Now that the Cricut’s been upgraded, I think either one is a fantastic option!

  2. I have the explore and the Cameo. I actually prefer the Cricut now. I use both concurrently tho and I love that you can use your own svgs with cricut and not rely on carts. But I like cricut access of 4.99 a month for 60k images over The 19.99 a month for images on the Cameo.

  3. Thanks ladies… I really appreciate the feedback. I really want one of these machines but would like to make the best decision since it’s quite an investment

  4. brandi laws says:

    I am looking at buying but don’t want to have to pay for each pattern. What is the cheapest way to go?

  5. Walmart has same price. Easier to return if problem.

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