Discontinued Cricut Cartridge Vintage Die Cut Design Patterns Launched

US-based Crafty Cartridges has just launched a series of discontinued Cricut® die-cut cartridges, including licensed and seasonally themed designs from the early days of the system.

Lehi, United States - September 17, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Crafty Cartridges, an online craft store headquartered in Lehi, UT, announces the availability of discontinued Cricut® cartridges. The company offers several die-cut patterns that are now considered collector’s items.

More information about Crafty Cartridges is available via https://craftycartridges.com.

The company explains the newly available cartridges date from the analog days of the Cricut® machine and are in limited supply. These patterns can be used to create a wide variety of crafts, from custom greeting cards to decorative pieces.

These cartridges are ideal for avid crafters who wish to collect vintage Cricut® designs. They are also ideal for crafting beginners who wish to discover an easy-to-learn artistic hobby.

The Cricut® machine was originally released in 2007 and is a personal die-cut machine that could cut designs on a variety of materials such as paper, vinyl, and fabrics. However, later models began utilizing digital patterns, obviating the need for physical cartridges leading them to become collector’s items.

The rare cartridges include limited-edition licensed designs from Disney, as well as intricate geometric patterns. Among the cartridges being sold are seasonally themed designs, such as for Valentine’s Day and the holidays.

To view the available designs, visit https://craftycartridges.com/cricut-cartridges-for-sale.

Aside from the cartridges, the online retailer also sells Cricut® units as well, including both analog and digital-capable systems. Crafty Cartridges highlights that many of the machines are in mint condition and have never been opened.

As an introductory offer, Crafty Cartridges offers up to a 60% discount on several design cartridges and Cricut® units. Customers in Utah also enjoy free shipping on all their purchases.

Crafty Cartridges says that with many people sheltering in place, it is an ideal time to pick up or rediscover a hobby. Its Cricut® system aims to offer both veteran and novice crafters an easy way to express their creativity.

A company representative says: “The Cricut® system has a huge fanbase and these newly available cartridge designs are sure to be an attractive offer. They are in limited stock, however, so collectors must act fast.”

More information about Crafty Cartridges and its products are available at https://craftycartridges.com/product-category/cricut-machines.

Contact Info:
Name: Sean Curran
Email: Send Email
Organization: Crafty Cartridges
Address: 770 E Main St Ste 353, Lehi, Utah 84043, United States
Website: https://craftycartridges.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88976998

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