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Cricut Foil Transfer Kit, Explore Maker Machines, 3 Tips - fine, Medium & Bold
- 3-in-1 tool for stunning foil effects on a variety of projects
- Embellish with ease – no heat required
- Polished, long-lasting results
- Requires Cricut Foil Transfer Sheets
- For Cricut Maker and Cricut Explore machines
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Add elegant shine to your projects – embellish invitations, gift boxes, cards & more. It's easy to get pro-level, polished results that last with this unique, pressure-activated system, including 3 interchangeable fine, medium & bold tips. Simply follow the prompts in Design Space™ to make like a master. When your Cricut Maker™ or Cricut Explore™ machine is done, peel to reveal the glorious glimmer & gleam. Use with Cricut Foil Transfer Sheets (12 sheets included!), available in a stunning variety of colours.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 October 2020
I really liked the concept of this and was excited to try it. Overall it works but takes a lot of fiddling and resources to achieve the effect.
It took 3 attempts to keep the foil down well enough not to be pulled up and spat out by the circuit. I underestimated it’s need for being so firmly stuck down. My first attempt was with some strong masking tap. This failed 20 seconds in.second attempt was with the sticky tabs included. I applied this to the sides but cut them smaller as I didn’t want the tape to block the grid. This also failed. Third attempt I had to rework the design so I could accommodate large pieces of tape to take down. So when you account all the faffing, fiddling and waste, it’s not the best tool for regular use. These attempts were after trying out other foils. I tried a few and most didn’t work, so you are limited to the expensive Cricket ones.
When done the finish is more professional looking than you would get via heat transfer. It gives the image / text an embossed look, because of course it uses pressure to attach the foil. So I’m going to keep this tool and might use it for pretty A3 poster work that has intricate designs.
It may get used or may end up in a draw, for me. I think it’s worth the purchase if you are not planning to use it regular, more for hobby use. I plan to try this out on other materials (fabric and wood) so may update my review once I’ve done this.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 October 2020