|I don't even know what it is...|
|What the heck are you talking about?|
What the heck are you talking about?
|wow you must be a nifty crafter to want one of those!!!|
|Is THIS what you are talking about?
http://www.cricut.com/default.aspx?Aspx ... eSupport=1
If this is what you are referring to-- I don't have one, and am not sure how I would ever use it, if I did. I envy people that do crafts...
Sorry D, couldn't resist.
|Don't know who Antone is but he must have won the lottery.|
that is it
|I think you have be a hardcore scrapbooker or stamper to justify the expense. By hardcore, I mean someone who spends hours a day scrapping and makes a scrapbook for everything. If you're interested in a low cost diecut machine, check out the Cuttlebug or Big Shot. They don't do everything the Cricut does, but they are a lot cheaper, like $100.|
|Isn't that about $300|
|decided to much money and I hate scrapbooking!|
OES Mommy wrote:
... I hate scrapbooking!
Then WHAT about the cricut interested you in buying it???
|glass etching and letter cut outs ect. BUT not so much as to buy the thing.|
|If you are still interested in getting one, but dont want to pay so much, try looking on craigs list, or in your paper classifieds.
Lots of people get into the scrapbooking craze, spend ridiculous amounts of money on gadgets, and then get tired of it and sell everything super cheap.
I have a (simpler) die-cut machine, that I use to cut simple shapes (stars, spirals, etc) out of hard to cut materials like abalone inlay for my mixed media collages...and its actually pretty handy.
I think I spent maybe 50.00 on it off of craigs list.
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