thank you for all the info. i am always curious why people own so many machines. i cant afford them and have no where to put them all if i could!
when you say print and cut, do they print like an inkjet printer or will it only do one color like the outline of the stamp. i actually drove 90 miles to an archiver store and they had one on the counter on display and no one there could answer my questions. (i really felt since it is the highest priced item in their store, they should have someone trained on it, inside and out. not a totally wasted trip, i did buy stamps and paper, but not what i went for...) and i cant just stamp on a paper and send it thru and it will cut out the stamp?
anyone, everyone post some links to the kinds of projects i could do. do i really need to cut chipboard? how heavy cardstock? much of what i use is 110lb, is that a problem?
do you all wish i would just take up needlepoint, yet? and be done with it?