This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cricut. All opinions are 100% mine.
The month of January has flown by, but I honestly can’t complain. I’ve spent most of the month bettering our home with EASE in mind and Cricut really helped me with this! My focus has been on making our home more functional to lessen overwhelm and encourage doing more of what I love. Crafting had taken a back seat since I didn’t have adequate, fuss-free lighting. Not only does lighting affect my mood, but as a crafter and Content Creator, natural lighting is SO important to me. I’m not going to talk about the queue of lights I have waiting to be returned because the color and brightness didn’t pass the vibe check. BUT Cricut’s NEW Bright 360 lamp did!
If you’re a crafter, Content Creator, small space dweller, or lover of great lighting, Cricut’s Bright 360 is THE ONE! I had the opportunity to learn more about and demo the Bright 360 before it launched. Let me tell you, it has been an amazing asset to my craft space.
The Cricut Bright 360 craft lamp pivots, rotates & glides with ease. You can position the light exactly where you need it with a gentle push of your hand. It evenly illuminates entire workspaces up to 4 square feet and Bright 360’s sleek sliders make it easy to control light temperature & brightness for rich, accurate colors.
Shooting content particularly in the Winter has always been stressful. I’d been using a big, clunky, umbrella photography lamp that was always a hassle to set up and an obstruction no matter where I placed it. Y’all know I have FOUR other people in this house. Setting up all of these things and hoping no one would knock something over had been so anxiety-inducing. I honestly had to take a break from creating the kind of content that would require so much production. Thanks to having Cricut’s Bright 360 literally in my corner, I am able to craft and photograph during dreary days and all hours of the night. Talk about life-changing!
The Cricut Bright 360 is available as a table lamp or floor lamp. I chose the floor lamp so I can use it anywhere a surface may not be available. I’m excited to work on so many projects now from simply labeling jars of homemade whipped body butter to making wall stickers, and finally sewing some new fashions for Kiki.
Do you need more lighting in your craft workspace? How would you use Cricut Bright 360?
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