Over the past few months, I’ve been sharing with you about all the great features of the Cricut Joy and some of the countless projects you can create with it. This machine allows you to personalize and decorate everything in your life, including mugs, t-shirts, ornaments, gift tags, tote bags, notebooks, and so much more! There’s no limit to your creativity when you pair it with the Joy.
In fact, check out my Ultimate Guide to DIY Holiday Gifts made with a Cricut!
Now, just in time for the holidays, I’m offering one lucky winner the chance to win a brand new Cricut Joy machine!
Cricut Joy is the newest machine in the Cricut family, and its compact size makes it easy to transport, so you can even craft on the go! It doesn’t take up much counter space, but it still has plenty of power to cut permanent vinyl, Iron-On, Glitter Iron-On, Infusible Ink, cardstock, writable vinyl, and more. With Smart Materials, Cricut Joy can cut an individual, continuous shape up to 4.5 inches wide and 4 feet long, and make repeated cuts (like stars, hearts, and confetti) up to 20 feet long! It’s also perfect for card-making. Just use the Cricut Insert Cards and cut a design from the card front, then make it pop by placing the insert behind it and tucking it into the tabs.
The Cricut Joy is a crafter’s best friend, and I am so excited to be able to give one away today! To enter the giveaway, just use the Rafflecopter widget below (it may take a moment to load). Good luck!
CRICUT JOY GIVEAWAY
Michelle Pendleton says
I’d probably try it out for cutting adhesive vinyl for an ornament or something like that.
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Galiah Morgenstern Lotwin says
I would make cards… or tee shirts!
Kathy E. says
My first project would be to make adhesive letters for my sewing projects like on tote bags and quilts!
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Abigail C. says
This has been at the very top of my wish list this year. It’s very exciting to think about all of the ways I could use it. I have seen so many people using it. I would want to make fun stickers to start and there is so much more I could use it for!
Abigail C. says
This has been at the very top of my wish list this year. It’s very exciting to think about all of the ways I could use it. I have seen so many people using it. I would want to make fun stickers to start and there is so much more!
Shelley S Way says
I would love to use it to make a sign and some t-shirts for Christmas gifts!
I would first make Christmas cards, if arrived in time, but then on to decals/stickers for the grands and valentines cards.
Amanda S says
I would gift this to my 10-year old daughter, and her first craft would be cutting the stickers she draws.
My first project would be personalized ornaments for all my nieces and nephews for Christmas. Haven’t seen several of them for months due to the pandemic, would create fun little gift bags and leave them at their doorstep to let them all know i miss them and love them.
I am chomping at the bit to do some vinyl work!
I would probably start with a card. I love individual using cards for friends
Melissa Teears says
I would make holiday shirts
Jacki R. says
What an awesome prize this would be! Thanks for the opportunity!
Carrie P says
I am not sure what I would want to do first. Probably some holiday ornaments.
I want cut out some vinyl and make Christmas decorations
Jennifer Amoako says
I’d like to make personalized mugs like the ones that you shared on Midday Maryland!
I’d love to make onsies for my new grandson that is due in April!
I purchased reusable canvas bags that I would love to personalize for friends and family
I saw you on Midday Maryland! I’m trying to enter the Cricut giveaway contest. I tried to click on link above but not sure what to do after clicking “Tweet about giveaway” (seemed best option. Would love to win!
T. Shephard says
I would use it for clothes, mugs, and discover new uses.
Karen Harris says
I so love the Bee Kind image I see you have made – and we need more kindness in the world – so I would make something with this saying on it.
Marianne Barno says
I would start with ornaments and cards and baked gifts for others. The Joy would then bring me Joy all year.
I’d love this have the Cricket Joy to make personalized holiday mugs for my kids. Personal gifts for my veteran family members- mom in law, sis in law and dad! There are so many ways I’d love to use it for crafts around the house!
Michelle Mutombo says
I see so many cool things that my friends have made with their Cricuts and I am always jealous! I have 4 children and they ALL have very unique family names (my husband is from Zimbabwe) and we NEVER are able to find items with their names on them. I would LOVE to personalize things for my children and my family. I have never been a crafty person, but I would really like to start, but with 4 children I rarely buy things for myself. It would be amazing if I won this Cricut so that I could start creating!
Shelley Wagner says
I would make so many things but I think first I would personalize a shirt for my best friend, and my pomeranian.
I really hope to win the Cricut Joy! My mother and I just started a business and have been outsourcing our products and can no longer afford to do so. This would be a major help to us in the start of our business.
Lynda Atwood says
I would love to make little decorations for the junk journals I make.
I would make Christmas cards.
Spike Lewis says
I have several ideas that came to mind while I was looking at your commercial. Thanks for making this product. Thanks for your advertisement and ideas!
Darlene M says
I need to label my pantry, laundry room and all of the things!
Heidi K says
I would probably make a Christmas ornament.
christy sweeney says
I’d make a christmas shirt!
Debbie McAllister says
I would make Christmas gifts first if I were lucky enough to win the Cricut Joy!
Georgette V says
Well Christmas is around the corner so I hoped to make matching pajama shirts for everyone
I would make shirts or some fun signs for the kid’s rooms!
Sara Zielinski says
I would make adhesive objects or letters to put on Christmas ornaments and use for gifts.
Renee Phillips says
My aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer this year, and on August 20, 2020, l lost my sister-in-law due to a reaction to chemotherapy. A few weeks ago, my aunt had a terrifying reaction to her chemo. Her heartrate was spiked at 150. She was in a coma and on a ventilator. I was told nothing short of a miracle would help her recover, but l prayed constantly, and every time l did, a calm washed over me. It was if God was filling me with the knowledge there would be a miracle. There were multiple snags, but each obstacle that arose, she overcame. A few days ago, she took her first few bites of food. Then yesterday, she was released from the hospital into a rehab facility. The first thing l would do if l won, is make a gift for my aunt, and it would be something that signifies her inner strength and unshakeable faith.
Sarah Brown says
That’s awesome! I would probably make a design for one of my plain Tshirts first.
Heather Kronstain says
I would love to see my own lettering on ALL the things! Mugs, T-shirt’s, etc!
I’m so torn… so many possibilities… but I think my first project would be something personalised with vinyl for the kids or some stickers for me
Jillian Too says
I’d love to try making cards first.
Lisa Schaefer says
I’d probably start with a card 🙂
Michelle J. says
I would make Christmas decor!
I would definitely start with some Christmas projects and then continue on through all the upcoming holidays. I’d love to do shirts…..for me and for my granddaughters!
Sherl Davidson says
There are sooo many wonderful things to use this cricut for…
SHARON PIERCE says
Those cute mugs!
I would probably make something for my daughter’s too
I would make Christmas cards.
Pat Schwab says
A wall hanging! Thanks
I am a school teacher, so I would make all kinds of things for my students. The possibilities are endless!
I love the “thankful” bag!
I will definitely make a bunch of cards for our elderly relatives and friends, missionaries who are far away from home, and kids like my daughter who are immunocompromised. I haven’t been able to go to a Hallmark store in a loooong while. This would come in super handy!
Janette W DeVois says
I would use the iron-on function to make Christmas decorations and presents.
Fifi Price says
I would make labels for the containers I plan to buy to organize my pantry.
I have never used a Cricut, but have always wanted to. I would love to use one to make Christmas cards, ornaments, for journaling and to label my children and grandchildren’s water bottles.
Susan Bricker says
My first creation would be Christmas cards. I think it would be so fun! Thank you for this opportunity. I would love to win the Cricut Joy!
Krizia Negron says
In the last few years, I have tried to create more crafts for family and friends. Currently working on my hand-lettering skills. Owning a Cricut will bring my crafting to the next level!
Katie Read says
I want to label all the thiiiiings!!!!!!
Sandra Rodriguez says
Cricut machine is in my Christmas list!!
Monica Briggs Anderson says
If I had a Cricut Joy, I’d cut holiday and Christmas cards fir my friends and family. I’d also learn to cut and use vinyl to decorate for each holiday. I’d like to personalize our decorations. My daughter loves to draw and has an rye foe art. I’m hoping that this is something that we can do together. After seeing you in Midday Maryland, I really think that I can make crafts to beautify our home.
Elisa Ember says
I would have to start simple–Maybe a card!
Vilate Barlow says
I would gift it to my daughter for Christmas as it has been on her wishlist since it came out!
Emily B says
I’ve never used one before but I watched my friend make iron-on name labels for our Beaver Scouts and it was amazing!
Jerilyn Roberts says
I would organize a new baby room, label the location of all baby clothes, accessories. Make decorative wall decals, picture frames. Personalizes baby onesies, pillows and toy box. Cut out flowers to decorate the lampshades and bookcase.
Lacey Londborg says
Would be so awesome to win the circut joy! I’m recently engaged and want to DIY invitations and this would help tremendously!
Jason W says
I would probably make Christmas cards first
I would make little gifts for my students!
Kathy Persons says
Christmas place cards
Bryan Vice says
I seen on Tik Tok a lot of people are making custom Christmas decorative ornaments I would love to make some
Alison Guy says
The first thing I would make is matching Christmas shirts for my family!!!
carol clark says
id make christmas tags
Abigail C. says
Yeah me too!
Excited for the giveaway
sharon pierce says
I would make mugs.
Kayla Klontz says
I would just try testing it on a few smaller projects first.
Stephanie Grant says
I would personalize our stockings for this Christmas and then start on Christmas gifts for others.
aj graeme says
The first thing I would make is a TON of Christmas decorations and cards with my daughter. She loves crafts as much as I do!
Debbie White says
I think I would start with some Christmas decorations. I was just thinking this morning how I might light a Cricut Joy and happened to find your blog and this post! Oh, how I would like to win this, ❤️
I would love to make some fun and cute holiday cards for friends and. family!
Brittany Chadwick says
I would make Christmas cards ❤️
Jenny Ham says
I would make Christmas decorations.
My mother and I decided to start a home interior business along with my grandmother after the pandemic left my mom without a job. This cricut would be a great help to us in customizing pillows and other products and getting our business off the ground. I am hoping that our business of three generations will last for many more generations to come.
Cassandra D says
Labels for different jars with different varieties of homemade scrubs and jam.
Thank you, Amy Latta! I am grateful for you, your crafts and this giveaway! I am so excited to start crafting on my new Circut Joy! God bless you!