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Choosing the right equipment for your Cricut business is very important.
As with any business, you don’t want to invest your money into something that won’t benefit you long-term.
In this article, I talk about the best printer for your Cricut business.
How You Can Use A Printer In Your Cricut Business
There are several ways you can use a printer in your Cricut business. You can use the printer to print and cut various projects including greeting cards, stickers, cake topper enhancements, gift tags and so much more.
You can also use a printer in your Cricut business to print your shipping labels. Shipping labels help your business look like a real business. You don’t get packages from Amazon that have handwritten shipping labels.
Invest in a printer and some shipping labels so your overall brand will look legit to customers.
The Best Printer for Your Cricut Business
In my opinion, the best printer for your Cricut business is the one that works best for you at any given time.
That answer may not be what you were expecting but let me explain.
Before I bought my Epson EcoTank 2850, I had a Brother printer. While I didn’t love the printer at the time, it was all that I had and I wasn’t ready to invest in another printer.
When I decided that I was ready to upgrade my printer, I did what most of us crafters do, I looked on social media to see what printers other crafters were using. The Epson EcoTank 2850 printer kept popping up as a printer that many Cricut crafters were using.
So once I decided to look into the Epson EcoTank 2850 printer, I got on Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart to read the reviews. As with most products, you have tons of great reviews and a handful of bad ones, and that made me a little hesitant to buy the printer.
But, at the end of the day, I knew that I was going to have to take a leap and invest in some printer and after reading lots of reviews for other printers also, I decided to go with the Epson EcoTank 2850 and I have not been disappointed at all.
The Epson EcoTank 2850 printer also makes my Cricut projects look super professional and high-end. Here are a few items that I use with my Cricut printer:
- Shipping labels
- Shipping scale
- Matte cardstock
- Glossy heavyweight paper/thin paper
- Sticker paper
- Magnets – Watch this Cricut magnet video using the same magnet paper
Comment below and let me know which printer you use with your Cricut machine and if you love it.