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Welcome Cricut Craftfest Attendees!

Thank you so much for attending Craftfest, and I hope that you enjoyed my class on How to Make Cricut Designs with your iPad and Procreate. Below you’ll find a supply list, as well as the FREE Procreate Cheat Sheet that shows you all of the shortcut gestures I use! The download box for the cheat sheet is a gray box at the end of the post. It will direct you to a button to click to access the file on Google Drive.

Here’s a clickable supply list for my class:

The iPad I used in the Video: iPad Pro 12.9 inch
My Apple Pencil: Apple Pencil 2nd Generation (only works with new iPads)
(Check your Apple Pencil compatibility)
Drawing App: Procreate for iPad
Cricut Design Space

Products That I Use with my Procreate Designs:

Canon Craft Printer – it’s always sold out, so if you see it in stock, GRAB IT.
Cricut Printable Vinyl – this is what I use for my stickers ALL the time.

If you don’t get a chance to catch my class on Day 2, make sure you grab a VIP All Access Pass to Cricut Craftfest. You’ll get lifetime access to my class, plus a TON of freebies from the speakers only for VIP members.

As I mentioned, download a Free Procreate Cheat Sheet to use while you’re designing. These shortcuts aren’t required, but as you learn them you’ll get way faster at using Procreate!

In the gray box below, click to agree to the terms and then enter your information in the box that appears. Click the “Download” button on the page that appears and you will be able to download the file from Google Drive. You will NOT be sent an email with the file. Free files available for download are for PERSONAL USE ONLY.

If you have any problems downloading the file, please feel free to email me at


Procreate Cheat Sheet

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