Sketching with my Cricut Maker

A few seconds of Cricut Maker bliss as I sketch out a quick line image on an artistic background.

How to:

I created the background months ago so I knew the ink would be really dry and sketching with the Cricut 0.4 Tip Black pen wouldn’t be a problem at all.
I suggest when you are going to sketch onto a recently create a background that you make sure the ink is completely dry, or you can use your heat gun to heat set the ink to fully cure it.
And remember to not add inks or paints on top of the sketched images, the ink will react and smudge with different paints, mists and water.
And that’s why I used a background that I already created and sketched on top of that.
What an amazing function to be able to sketch and draw and write with your Cricut Maker.

Next, I want to try and sketch or write some handwritten letters, but first, some experimenting and scanning needs to happen. Until then – have lots of fun using this amazing function.

Jowilna Nolte


We are very proud to introduce you to the talented Jowilna Nolte, Lead Cricut Ambassador, MEA. Jowilna is a true creative and she will be sharing some of her passion and creativity with you.