Cricut Standard Grip Mat, 12"x12", 2 Mats
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- Works with the Cricut Explore machine, Cricut Expression machine, and Cricut Expression 2 machine
- Includes two 12" x 12" Standard Grip adhesive cutting mats
- To ensure best performance, use the recommended material types on each of the mats: Cardstock, Pattern Paper, Embossed Cardstock, Iron-on and Vinyl
- Keep the clear film cover on the mat when storing to keep mat free from paper scraps and dust
- Use the scraper to scrape away excess pieces and the spatula to carefully remove cut images
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Cricut cutting mats have been customized to match commonly used crafting materials. Each has just the right level of grip to not only hold your material firmly in place during cutting, but to also allow you to easily remove the material from the adhesive surface. The StandardGrip mat is a multi-purpose mat that is perfect for a wide range of medium-weight materials, including patterned paper, vinyl, iron-on and cardstock. Two mats are included in each package. Using both mats allows you to cut one image while working on another.
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Specially formulated for lightweight materials, the LightGrip mat allows you to easily cut and remove office printer paper, vellum, light cardstock, and more.
The StandardGrip mat is a multipurpose mat that is perfect for a wide range of medium-weight materials, including patterned paper, vinyl, iron-on, and cardstock.
The StrongGrip mat securely holds heavyweight materials such as specialty cardstock, glitter cardstock, chipboard, and fabric with stiffener. It's our longest-lasting mat featuring double-life adhesive technology.
- One Cricut 12 in. x 12 in. StandardGrip Cutting Mat
- One Cricut 12 in. x 12 in. LightGrip Cutting Mat
- One Cricut 12 in. x 12 in. StrongGrip Cutting Mat
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Printable Sticker Paper
Fabric with Stiffener
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These will last you a while, and for new Cricut users, don't forget to search forums and YouTube for tips on using your mat. You can save paper by putting multiple scraps onto it, and planning your layout based on putting each item to cut out in the exact spot you have a particular color of scrap on (this is where the grid lines on the mat and in Cricut Design Space come in handy). You can also turn your mat around and put it in backwards, and there are ways to get lint off your mat, and to re-sticky your not-so-sticky old mats.
Make sure you are using the right grip mat for the job, and for the paper. And if your paper is tearing, don't assume you need a new blade. I did, and I was so mad that I "needed" a new blade when the German carbides are supposed to last so long. Thankfully, before I bought new ones, I did research. I assumed I needed to cut deeper, because the blade was "dull". Nope. Turns out if your cutting depth is too deep for the paper, it will actually tear MORE. Also, more intricate cuts or more fibrous paper may need to be cut multiple times. (Research how to use the custom settings, and when you need multiple cuts.) In addition, temperature and humidity can affect whether the paper tears more easily or not. In my particular case, the construction paper needed a light grip mat, and custom settings. The setting for construction paper wasn't good enough, so I used the construction paper setting, but cut it 3 times (two times wasn't quite enough). Now it works perfectly! There can be a learning curve with the cricut, but YouTube tutorials help a lot, and it's so worth it to educate yourself. A few helpful tips can make for a great Cricut experience.