Cricut Explore Pen & Marker Adapters – For Sharpie Markers and Sakura Gelly Roll Pens

Now you can use your Sharpie Fine Point markers, Sharpie Ultra Fine Point markers, Sharpie Metallic markers and Sakura Gelly Roll pens!

The adapters in this video make it possible!

In this video I am doing a review on a group of pen and marker adapters for the Cricut Explore.  The adapters are from Carrie at Little Paper Towns – – and they are fantastic!  Watch!


Little Paper Towns –

Use the coupon code:  SASSI20 to get 20% your purchase of $20.00.  Coupon code good until Mother’s Day (05/08/2016)


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8 Responses to Cricut Explore Pen & Marker Adapters – For Sharpie Markers and Sakura Gelly Roll Pens

  1. JoRene says:

    I just want to say a BIG thank you for your tutorial on markers for the cricut explore. I am so excited to be saving money in addition to being able to use glitter pens and many others on my projects. So awesome! Love your website, it has been very helpful.

  2. Kathy Plamondon says:

    Of the two marker adapters that I saw you reviewed, which did you like the best? These were the Chomas silver metal adaptors and the Little Paper Towns 3-D printed plastic adaptors. TU

    • Sassi says:

      Hi Kathy,

      Of the 2 I like the adapters from Little Paper Towns. The Marker/pens were more centers so I got a more accurate line. They both work well, but I have to say that the ones from Little Paper Towns the best.


  3. Sharon says:

    Hi Sassi –

    I just received my Cricut Explore Air yesterday. I had looked for more Cricut markers and found they were a little pricey. Then this morning I found your posting. Thank you!! I immediately order from Little Paper Towns and just received noticed that my order has been shipped!

    I was wondering if you would point me in the right direction or help me….I have a page of stamped images and I would like to cut them out with the Explore. I’m not sure how to do it. I’ve googled but have quite found anything.

    Again thanks!!

    • Sharon says:

      Sassi – I just chatted with Cricut and they were of no help. Sure hope you can help me. So lost with this new machine :((

    • Sassi says:

      Hi Sharon,

      Thank you for your queston. You say you have a page of already stamped images for the Cricut to cut out?

      The only way that I can think to cut them out would be to scan them to your computer as an image, the import the image using Cricut Design Space. Once you have imported the images, save them as a print & cut design. Then using your printer you can print them onto cardstock and have the Cricut Explore Air but the images out.

      Good luck with your project!


  4. Cheryl Hodge says:

    Hi! I love your videos and appreciate all the effort you do to make them so informative and easy to follow. Thank you. Here’s my question. This new adaptor set might be exactly what I was dreaming of literally the other night. I was wanting to use my Minc toner pen in the Cricut so I could draw or write and then foil it since I don’t have a laser machine. Do you think a minc pen would work in one of these adapters? It would be super. Thanks for viewing my question. Best wishes to you.

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