Win a Cricut Maker worth $640 so you can take your DIY project to a whole new level

Here’s one for all the at-home creatives out there. Cricut has been getting plenty of traction in Australia lately thanks to their various smart cutting machines, offering a suite of features so design lovers can cut, score, write, and add decorative effects to their DIY creative pursuits, from a range of over 300 materials. With the raft of lockdowns continuing due with COVID-19, there are few success stories more surprising in the world of modern technology.

That’s because DIY projects are on the up and up, and it’s easy to see why more people are turning towards personalising everything around their house – whether it’s out of boredom, or a genuine sense of giving the home more personality. The signature Cricut Maker, which retails for $640, is a massive boost to that DIY know-how, quickly and accurately cutting over 300 materials – including fabrics, leather, paper, balsa wood, and matboard – so you have plenty of options when it comes to expressing yourself.

The Cricut Maker comes with all the tools you’ll need to cut, score, write, and add a range of effects to virtually any DIY project you’ve got going on, from something as small as making labels to better organise your kitchen, to creating cake toppers or personalised door mats.

You can head on over to Officeworks and fork out $640 for one of these incredibly nifty machines, or you can fill in the form below. The AU Review has one of these units to give away to one lucky reader

Sound like something you want? Here you go, it’s yours. All you need to do is fill out the form below, and be sure to tell us your email (so we can contact you) and postal address (so we can send you the prize). Plus, just tell us in 25 words or less what what project you’ll be making first with your new Cricut Maker.

The competition will close on Monday 9th August 2021 at 11:59pm AEST.

Winners will be contacted by provided e-mail and the prize will be shipped to the provided address. Only Australian postal addresses (no PO boxes) are valid entries.