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Have you seen the new Cricut BrightPad?


The Cricut BrightPad can be used for many applications. The BrightPad is similar to a light box. The BrightPad was designed with Cricut crafters in mind, making weeding vinyl easier. But there are so many other applications it can be used for. Consider it for calligraphy, stenciling, animation, scrapbooking, sketching & drawing, sewing projects, quilting, stained glass, photography, tracing, tattoo artist work, viewing x-rays, and viewing old slides or negatives.


The BrightPad is very thin and can be connected by USB to your computer or to a regular outlet for power. At the top is the on/off switch and a plus and a negative button to control the brightness of the pad's light for five different levels. The lighted surface is a large 9 in. x 11.5 in.


The above example shows black gloss vinyl on the BrightPad. Without the BrightPad, this color of vinyl is very difficult to see during the weeding process.  Prior to owning a BrightPad, I would hold the vinyl up to a light to see the cut lines.

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Cricut also offers this great weeding tool set separate from the BrightPad.

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