In this post, I’m sharing how to make Cricut chipboard puzzles with alphabets and numbers perfect for toddlers to play with. Also covered are tips and steps on using the knife blade to cut chipboard and get the perfect results.
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How to cut chipboard with Cricut?
To cut chipboard with Cricut, you would need the Cricut Maker and the knife blade. You CAN cut chipboard with the Cricut Explore but you would need a deep-cut blade for it. So, once you’re ready to cut, make sure you choose heavy chipboard from the materials list. Next, tape the chipboard to your sticky mat. Before you start cutting, make sure you move the star wheels all the way to the right so that the wheels don’t leave a mark on your chipboard. Once you’re done, move the wheels back to their original position.
Supplies Needed for DIY Chipboard Puzzle
- Cricut Maker/Cricut Explore
- StrongGrip Cutting Mat
- Essential Tools Set
- Cricut Knife Blade
- Cricut chipboard or THIS chipboard from Amazon that’s less than 2mm in thickness
- Scotch Tacky Glue
- Hot glue gun
Step-by-step Tutorial for DIY Cricut Chipboard Puzzle
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