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Cricut Cyber Monday deal at Amazon slices 30% off the popular craft machine

A collage of items from the Cricut Cyber Monday deal range
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There's just enough time left to nab yourself a must-have digital cutting machine like the Cricut Joy in the Cricut Cyber Monday deal over at Amazon.

Crafters, listen up - you'll need to be quick before the price creeps back up and Black Friday / Cyber Monday officially comes to an end.

Whether you want to make your own festive cards, try your hand at making decorations for the tree or perhaps craft your own Christmas gifts this year, a Cricut machine can help with it all.

Or if you're browsing the last of the Cyber Monday sales with your Christmas shopping in mind and wondering what to buy your craft-loving loved one, the answer might well be to pick up a Cricut machine in the Cyber Monday sales. 

Cricut™ makes smart cutting machines that work with an easy-to-use app to help you design and personalise almost anything — custom cards, unique apparel, everyday items, and so much more.

Cricut Cyber Monday deals: where to shop

The Cricut Joy cutting machine

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Cricut Cyber Monday deals 2022: the best offers

Cricut Joy: was £189.99 now £132.95 | Amazon

Cricut Joy: was £189.99 now <a href="" data-link-merchant="Amazon UK"" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">£132.95 | Amazon

Personalise anything you fancy with the Cricut Joy - a perfect first Cricut cutting machine. It's simple to set up, takes up minimal space, and can be packed away neatly when craft time is over.  It can cut more than 50 different materials including card, vinyl, and paper so you can create custom vinly decals for your water bottle, labels for your kitchen or cards for your friends.

Cricut Joy Bundle: was £242.94 now £169.99 | Amazon

Cricut Joy Bundle: was £242.94 now <a href="" data-link-merchant="Amazon UK"" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">£169.99 | Amazon

Along with the Cricut Joy this bundle includes absolutely everything you need to start your Cricut cutting adventures, including five sheets of Cricut Joy Vinyl in 5 colours,12 A2 cards in 3 colours, 3 fine point (0.4) pens plus a reusable machine mat and 1 roll. Wannabe Cricuteers will be delighted to find this under the tree!

Cricut Explore ™ 3: was £299.99 now £249.99 | Amazon

Cricut Explore ™ 3: was £299.99 now <a href="" data-link-merchant="Amazon UK"" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">£249.99 | Amazon

Compatible with 6 tools for cutting, scoring, and writing, this machine can cut more than 100 materials including vinyl, card stock, poster board, and more. Plus it's 2x faster compared to the Cricut Explore Air 2.

Cricut Maker ™ 3: was £429.99 now £367.99 | Amazon

Cricut Maker ™ 3: was £429.99 <a href="" data-link-merchant="Amazon UK"" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">now £367.99 | Amazon

One for the pros, this is the ultimate smart cutting machine. It cuts 300 materials up to 2x faster compared to the Original Cricut Maker. It's compatible with 13 different tools for cutting and boasts 10x the cutting force compared to Cricut Explore Air 2.


Cricut Cricut Mug Press: was £179.99 now £159.99 | Amazon

It's easy to create professional-quality, personalised mugs with the Cricut Mug Press. Simply create your design using Cricut Infusible Ink materials, attach it to your mug, and the machine will do the rest, with no manual temperature or pressure settings. 

Whether you're an experienced maker ready to upgrade your craft kit for some serious gadgetry or just a wannabe crafter looking for the right tools to get you started, there's a Cricut machine for everyone.

I don't know about you, but I can definitely think of someone whose face will light up when they find this under the Christmas tree. Chances are it'll end up a brilliance value gift too as they'll no doubt keep me well stocked with personalised gifts forever after! 

Heidi Scrimgeour
Deputy Editor

As a parenting specialist for more than 15 years, Heidi has written for most national newspapers and for a wide range of consumer magazines, including Mother & Baby where she was the Shopping Editor for six years, looking after regular consumer features including buying guides and gift roundups.