The Home Edit's favorite label maker - the Cricut cutting machine - is in this year's Black Friday homes sales.
Fans of Netflix's Get Organised with the Home Edit will have watched organizing duo Joanna and Clea turn label-making into an art form. Fortunately, the look is easy to recreate at home with the Cricut cutting machine. Eagle-eyed fans might even have spotted one of the Cricut Maker digital cutting machines in the background of The Home Edit office in season 1.
Starting today you could get your hands on one of three Cricut machines with up to 40 percent off in the Cricut website (opens in new tab) Black Friday sale. The Cricut comes in a number of different models with the Cricut Joy (opens in new tab), Cricut Explore Air™ 2 (opens in new tab), and Cricut Maker (opens in new tab) all going into the sale.
The large Cricut Maker is the closest model to the one used by the Home Edit and is currently £150 off. However, if you are looking for something a little smaller that can sit easily in a drawer the Cricut Joy is on sale with a saving of £70.
Each of them works with the Cricut app that can be used on your smartphone or laptop to create gorgeous designs for Christmas cards, slogan t-shirts, wall decals, or simply labels. It can cut, write and even score on a range of materials from paper, vinyl, and leather on certain machines.
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Cricut Joy | Was £179.99, Now £109, Cricut (opens in new tab)
If you're just dipping your toe into the Cricut world the Cricut Joy is the best place to start. It is currently £70 off and works with 50 materials including vinyl, sticker paper, and card. It is small enough to tuck away in a drawer or a shoebox, so if you think you'll be using it mainly for labeling home office storage ideas (opens in new tab) this is the one for you.
Cricut Maker | Was £379, Now £229, Cricut (opens in new tab)
Save 40 percent on the Cricut Maker, the ultimate digital cutting machine in the range. The machine can cut through hundreds of materials including cotton, denim, and leather. If you are a keen crafter and sewer the Cricut Maker will help cut down on hours of pattern cutting time.
Cricut Explore Air™ 2 | Was £259.99, Now £169.99, Cricut (opens in new tab)
Save £90 on the Cricut Explore Air 2. The Cricut Explore Air 2 works with over 100 different materials and is perfect for larger projects. It is faster than the Cricut Joy when it comes to cutting, so if you're looking to create large designs quickly, this is the one for you.
I personally own the Cricut Joy and I can't count the number of times it has rescued me from going to a party without a birthday card. The app is easy to use with plenty of pre-made projects to choose from if you're not that creative like me.
Once you send the design to the machine, the rotary cutting tool does all the work for you. I even used mine last year to write my Christmas cards, I'm still getting compliments about my handwriting.