Cricut’s new QuickSwap tools for the Cricut Maker machine look amazing and will take you from beginner to polished professional in no time.
Today Cricut announced four new tools for the Circut Maker‘s QuickSwap system.
I am super excited about these tools and can’t wait to get my hands on some.
These new tools will up your crafting game to a professional level!
It is where you can change the tip of the tool without having a whole separate casing. If you have the scoring wheel it comes with a single score and a double score that you can change between by simply slipping the end off and putting the other on.
Cricut announced a debossing tip, an engraving tip, a perforation blade, and a wavy blade.
You can get these on July 16th 2019 on HSN, the Home Shopping Network.
Debossing is the opposite of embossing. So where the embossing is raised, debossing is recessed.
The Debossing tip is a rolling ball that will create recessed designs in your project much as the scoring wheels do. However, they can be much for intricate than with just the scoring tool or wheels.
The Debossing tip can be used on basswood, coated paper, foil cardstock, foil poster board, shimmer paper, and more.
This tool is long awaited by many in the Cricut community.
The Engraving Tip can be used embellish and personalize projects.
You can use this fun tool on acrylics leather, metal, plastic, and many more.
The Perforation Blade can perforate your material by creating fine lines that are uniformly spaced.
This blade can be used on cardstocks, papers, and more.
The Wavy Blade is perfect for any project that you want to do a wavy decorative cut on. It’s a fun way to mix up your straight cuts on a project.
You can use this blade on so many materials including cardstock, fabric, iron-on, paper, vinyl and more!
These new tools have my head spinning with fun project ideas!
Which tool are you most excited for?
I honestly can’t decide!
Let me know in the comments below which tool you are excited for and what kinds of projects you can’t wait to make with them.
For more ideas and information check out my other Cricut posts.