You asked: Can you use regular scrapbook paper in a Cricut?

Can you use any kind of paper in a Cricut?

The Cricut smart materials settings include paper, vinyl, iron-on, light cardstock, cardstock, fabric and poster board. Each setting represents a material category you can cut. You’re not limited to only cutting paper, fabric and vinyl — in fact, the Cricut Explore Air series can cut over 100 types of materials.

Can Cricut write on regular paper?

Anywhere you’d like your font to write, you need to make sure to attach the font to that paper layer in Design Space. … You can get tricky and manually place your paper layers on your mat to match up where the Cricut expects to writing or draw a design.

Why won’t my Cricut cut all the way through cardstock?

Inspect the blade and blade housing and remove any debris that may be stuck to the blade or lodged in the blade housing. Once clean, perform a test cut. … Replace your blade with a new Cricut brand blade. Blades can become dull with use and replacing them with a new, sharp blade often solves this issue.

Do you have to use Cricut brand paper?

Pretty much yes. Cricut can cut a large variety of materials, so it will cut whatever type or brand of vinyl you decide to use. Some vinyl is better than others though, and different types of vinyl are used for different materials.

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How long do Cricut blades last?

When asked, “How long do Cricut blades last?”, we think for a guideline you could start with, that at a minimum, you should change your blade every two months with average use of your Cricut machine. If you’re cutting with it quite often, you might need to move that up to every six weeks.