Edited: September 1, 2023
Easy to cut, textured faux leather gives all the benefits of leather without the extra cost. Create fashion accessories, home decor, and paper crafting accents. Read on to learn about how to cut Faux Leather.
Cutting Cricut Faux Leather with a Cricut Machine
- Place Cricut Faux Leather face down onto Cricut StandardGrip Mat.
- Select and size images, and load the mat into the machine.
- Refer to Faux Leather Cut Guide below to adjust machine settings.
- Press flashing Go button.
Tip: When using the Debossing Tip or scoring Faux Leather with the Scoring Stylus, place Faux Leather face up on the mat for best results. When scoring Faux Leather with Scoring Wheel or Double Scoring Wheel, place Faux Leather face down on the mat for best results.
Faux Leather Cut Guide
|Machine||Blade Depth||Pressure||Speed||Multi-Cut||Blade Assembly|
|Cricut Expression 2||5||5||High||1||Fine-Point|
|Cricut Explore||Turn the Smart Set Dial to Custom and select Faux Leather (Paper Thin) from the list of custom materials.||Premium Fine-Point|
|Cricut Maker||Select Browse All Materials, then select Faux Leather (Paper Thin).||Premium Fine-Point|
Important: Results may vary. Always do a test cut to verify settings.
What glue can I use with Cricut Faux Leather?
Many different types of glues can be used with Cricut Faux Leather, and the one you need may depend on the nature of your project. Many of our faux leather Make it Now Cricut Access projects used either hot glue or spray adhesive.