Cricut Classes

Thank you for being interested in attending my Cricut classes.
Below are the dates, times, and agendas for each Cricut class. You will also see the supplies necessary to follow along with me in the Cricut class. 
Click on the registration link to register for the Cricut class.
Registration links for future classes will become available once the most recent class has ended.
All Cricut classes are done using YouTube Live so be sure you subscribe to my channel.


Saturday, November 18 at 10:00 AM U.S. Central Time – FREE

Agenda: Candy holder 


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Saturday, October 14 at 10:00 AM U.S. Central Time – $20

Title: How to Sell Your Cricut Creations
  • Top Cricut products to sell
  • Making/finding unique designs
  • Identifying your target customers (individuals vs organizations: schools, churches, businesses)
  • Taking pictures/creating mockups
  • Using Canva (To make business cards, price lists, thank you/coupon cards, etc.)
  • Marketing
    • Selling without an e-commerce website (Jotform/Google Forms/Google Sites/Etsy)
    • Selling via word of mouth
    • Selling on social media + ads
  • Build your email list (Mailchimp) + 2 FREE emails to send
  • Maximizing social media

Saturday, July 15 at 10:00 AM U.S. Central Time – FREE

Agenda: Design Space walkthrough + DIY Shirt


Saturday, August 19 at 10:00 AM U.S. Central Time – FREE

Agenda: Let’s Print then Cut Stickers, Cupcake Toppers & Magnets
Supplies: Printer with ink, sticker paper, cardstock, toothpicks, glue gun/sticks, printable magnet paper
If you don’t have a printer that’s ok. You will need to get your design printed in advance. Check out this video to see how to outsource your printing for print then cut projects.

Saturday, September 16 at 10:00 AM U.S. Central Time – FREE

Agenda: Using Design Space to design and make a shaker cake topper
Supplies: Cardstock, bamboo sticks/cocktail sticks, confetti, acetate, double-sided foam tape, glue gun/sticks, Bearly art glue

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