Ever used a Cricut Maker? It’s a handy tool for crafters and scrapbookers. It can be used to slice, draw, or fold precise designs, patterns or images in paper, stickers, cardstock, vellum, vinyl, most fabrics, and more.
Learn how you can use a Cricut in your crafting during a free program at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 18, at The HUB’s makerspace inside of Mentor High School. All ages are welcome. You can register to attend online or call Mentor Public Library at (440) 255-8811.
By the way, have you visited The HUB’s state-of-the-art makerspace yet? It has a green-screen studio (complete with camera and editing equipment,) laser engraver, T-shirt press, large format printer, spiral binder, and button maker.
People can use any or all of these machines to make the project of their dreams. They don’t need to be a student at Mentor High School or even a resident of Mentor. All they need is a CLEVNET card in good standing. Click here for more details or to make a reservation.