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Old 07-06-2007, 06:21 AM   #41
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Just wanted to say hi! I am a new owner of a cricut from Brisbane Australia and I love it. Havent done much with it yet as I got it yesterday but it is awesome.Just reading up on all I need to.
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i want a cricut and get the newsletter i've heard so many good things about it On QVC they have it with 2 cart. (ones i havent heard coming with it usually---print shop and one other i forget) and 7 inks for $250 can any one tell me if this is a good deal and if these would be good cartridges to start out with? Any help would be most appreciated
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LeAne there is a chatter thread we talk on about general cricut stuff we just use this thread to post hint and pointer that might be more useful.
heres a link to that Cricut Chatter cant wait to see what you come up with.
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i want a cricut and get the newsletter i've heard so many good things about it On QVC they have it with 2 cart. (ones i havent heard coming with it usually---print shop and one other i forget) and 7 inks for $250 can any one tell me if this is a good deal and if these would be good cartridges to start out with? Any help would be most appreciated
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I dont know but usually however it is sold it comes with very usable carts, just to get you hooked and wqanting more! KWIM
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As a cricut owner wannabe can any one tell me good cartridges to buy that have been the most useful? i'm planning on getting my machine this weekend and my Archivers is having a sale on cartrideges at i think it's 50% since they're clearing out thingss??/
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As a cricut owner wannabe can any one tell me good cartridges to buy that have been the most useful? i'm planning on getting my machine this weekend and my Archivers is having a sale on cartrideges at i think it's 50% since they're clearing out thingss??/
Before I could answer this I would need to have an idea of what you do most scrapbooking card making etc.. I do card making and hope to do more scrapbooking in the future.
I like George which comes with the original Cricut, because of all its basic shapes, I make a lot of cards and for that reason the Mini Monograms is useful for the scalloped squares and circles. But I dont use it for much besides that, yet. I like Doodlecharms because it is versatile and covers alot of Holidays and seasonal stuff. I got Teardrop for an alternative second font because I wanted to do Upper and lower case letters. Shell would tell you Zoobaloo because of it's Versatility. I like it but I havent really had that much time to play with it yet. I does have a lot of neat features and fonts and shapes. If your limited on what you can get all at once it might be a good option.
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Thank you so much i do mostlly cards right now but am trying to scrapbook as I have one grandson and another on the way Are there any baby cartridges especially good? How are the disney ones?
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Thank you so much i do mostlly cards right now but am trying to scrapbook as I have one grandson and another on the way Are there any baby cartridges especially good? How are the disney ones?
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Thedisney font is great and its chunky. Its a nice Alphabet. The charactures require alot of cutting but they turn out very nice. I don't have New Arrivals, but it is nice for baby stuff. I use my Doodle Charms baby stuff and the Animals in Animal kingdom and Zooballoo work well for little kids as well.

earlier in this thread there is a link to the Cricut web site. they have links to the cartridges and to the handbooks. I find looking throught the handbooks there quite helpful when I want to look over a cart and see all the options. Good Luck
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Thanks everyone----i got some looking and reading to do
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Hooray! My DH brought home a cricut for me tonight and all I've been doing is playing like crazy i see why everyone Loves the cricut! Now i need and want more cartridges now another question----i don't really want to put more $$$$ into a cricut case that holds eveything is there something else less expensive or is it worth putting the $$$ in it????
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TBBM info....

I found this on a thread at cricut.com. The following info is from MerJoy on the TBBM forum. The first is a link to the actual thread, the second is her post.

I found this very helpful. Hope it helps someone else, too. Thank you to Mer Joy for all her hard work and thinking to share it!



http://www.cricut.com/messageboard/tm.aspx?m=182566

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I've been playing with the Boxes, and thought my notes would be helfpul to others. I cut each box at 5 1/2 (not real dial - someone else can let me know if that makes a difference)

Box name - paper needed - finished size
Tag packet - 6” x 3” (cuts horizontal) – 1 Ύ” x 3”
Tag packet 2 – 6” x 4” (cuts horizontal) 2” x 3”
Shopping bag – 6” x 11” – 4”x1”x3”
Gift bag – 6”x11” – 3.5x3.5
Purse 1 – 6”x7” – 2.25x2
Heart box – 6x11 – 3x3 (plus handles)
Purse 2 – 6x9 – 3x2.5
Square box – 6x7.5 – 1.75x1.75
Flower box – (would only cut at 5) – 6x7 – 1.5x1.5
Heart box – 6x8 – 1.75x1.75
Shakerbox – 6x10 – 4x4.5
Matchbox1 – 6x11 – 3.5x5.5
Matchbox2 – 6x8 – 3.5x5.25 (it didn’t fit in the box, though. I haven’t played around with it, yet.)
Triangle box – (4.5 was the biggest size) 6x11 (start paper at .25) – 4x4x4
Cake box – 6x7 – 2.25x3
Treebox – 6x9 – 4.25x5
Inch bag – 6x9 – 3x4.75
Crayonbox – 6x5.5 – 3x4
Nutcup – 6x11 – 2x3
Popcorn box – 6x10 – 1.5x3.5
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Is this a good place to post a Cricut question? I cannot get intricate cuts to work well - the blade rips my paper. I use SU cardstock. I have read so many suggestions and tried so many different dial combinations. My blade is at 5 or 6 (any shorter and it doesn't go through the paper). This morning I went and bought new blades. I called Cricut and they had me reset my machine, then set it at 1 (speed), 5 (pressure) and 5 (blade). No luck. I have read that the intricate cuts work better at larger sizes but it really bugs me to not be able to use my machine for the whole range of sizes. So, any other ideas??

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Is this a good place to post a Cricut question? I cannot get intricate cuts to work well - the blade rips my paper. I use SU cardstock. I have read so many suggestions and tried so many different dial combinations. My blade is at 5 or 6 (any shorter and it doesn't go through the paper). This morning I went and bought new blades. I called Cricut and they had me reset my machine, then set it at 1 (speed), 5 (pressure) and 5 (blade). No luck. I have read that the intricate cuts work better at larger sizes but it really bugs me to not be able to use my machine for the whole range of sizes. So, any other ideas??

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The only other suggestion is use a thinner cardstock for smaller more intricate cuts. SU we have found need to have a faster speed to cut well, which doesnt work well with the samller shaped cuts. A new blad the highest speed and the deepest depth are what you need to cut SU especially intricate cuts.. You can use less depth and slower speeds with thinner cs.
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I have a few questions regarding the cutting mats for the Cricut and its tackiness.
About how long do the mats last?
Do you all have more than 1 so they do not wear as fast?

Mine is already losing its tackiness, and a friend recommended I use some spray tack stuff on it, (thats what she did to hers), instead of buying a new mat. I was not so sure about that idea. I thought I would see what you all thought first before I bought anything.

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So.....I played with my new Cricut last night. I used SU cardstock to cut 3 letters. The cardstock stuck to the cutting mat in a BAD way. It was peeling off in layers. Any advice?
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So.....I played with my new Cricut last night. I used SU cardstock to cut 3 letters. The cardstock stuck to the cutting mat in a BAD way. It was peeling off in layers. Any advice?
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Did you try using the spatula to scoop under the cut out? Sometimes that helps.
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Sorry. That's all I knew to do.
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Shanon I have never had that problem. But I always use the bent pointer tool to go under one edge of something I cut and then bend the plastic away from the paper. Also I just have one question"did you actually cut through all the layers of cs?" SU is a thick paper and if you dont cut at a fast speed at the deepest depth you may not actually cut throught the paperall the way. If that is the case after you cut something, and it finishes the cut hit load paper and then reapeat the cut it will cut in the exact same spot. Do not unload the paper before hitting load paper because it is next to impossible to get the cut in the same place. I hope this helps there are a few post in the thread for cutting Chipboard that describe what I am talking about.
For general Cricut talk and questions please use the Cricut Chatter thread, This sticky is for posting helpful hints.

If you use the chatter thread you can get a quicker response. HTH!
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I have a few questions regarding the cutting mats for the Cricut and its tackiness.
About how long do the mats last?
Do you all have more than 1 so they do not wear as fast?

Mine is already losing its tackiness, and a friend recommended I use some spray tack stuff on it, (thats what she did to hers), instead of buying a new mat. I was not so sure about that idea. I thought I would see what you all thought first before I bought anything.

Thanks for your help!
Jenn read the notes on cleaning the mats poste din earlier threads. You will ultimately need more mats. I have used the tack spray, But it all depends on what you are cutting. Their are some things I would only cut on the cricut mat. PM me if you want more info on the tack spray. I will be busy until the end of Aug but I'll get back to you then
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Thank you for your reply Kathy!
I had read the previous posts and I did preiously try some of the cleaning and care tips. I was just curious about the *typical* lifespan of a mat and if more people used the spray tack stuff.
Guess I am off to buy another couple mats!
Oh, a good excuse to shop, right?
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In the JUly 16th ? newsletter the had a link to a thread about making Embossing folders with a cricut.

I thought I would post a link here for a tip

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Just a quick question, hopefully one of you can help me out. I have the TBBM cartridge and on a lot of the shapes it seems that there is a pre determined size and no matter what I do I can not get them to go smaller, specificaly I am talking about the second and thrid rows of shapes on the key pad. Any one know what I am doing wrong? I have tried using the real dial size and then setting it to 2 inch for example, but they always stay the same size really big... perfect for scrapbooking, but not so much for cards...any help would be greatly appreciated!!

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Ive had my cricut for a while and i have had a lot of trial and error probs with riping and sticking and just plain messing paper up. dont get me wrong i still love it but it just takes a few more tries then i would like. my friend just bought the exp and i thought it would be a better machine but it still has the same kinks. i wish the would hurry up and come up with the usb attachment for your comp that would really open up the possibilies!!!!!
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extremely helpful! i thought i didn't need the tool kit when i first bought my cricut, and my friend bought one for hers, so i bought one, too. it helps so much in removing your cutouts, very small items, and scraping off unwanted papers off the matt. i highly recommend in getting a set. the best price is at walmart. rita
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extremely helpful! i thought i didn't need the tool kit when i first bought my cricut, and my friend bought one for hers, so i bought one, too. it helps so much in removing your cutouts, very small items, and scraping off unwanted papers off the matt. i highly recommend in getting a set. the best price is at walmart. rita
Thank you! I did end up getting the toolkit from Joann's when they had it on sale. It has made a world of difference! I was beginning to regret buying my Cricut because I couldn't get anything off the mat without destroying it. Now if I could figure out a way to keep the stickiness on the mat from transferring to the mat cover sheet while I'm storing it...
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Just a quick question, hopefully one of you can help me out. I have the TBBM cartridge and on a lot of the shapes it seems that there is a pre determined size and no matter what I do I can not get them to go smaller, specificaly I am talking about the second and thrid rows of shapes on the key pad. Any one know what I am doing wrong? I have tried using the real dial size and then setting it to 2 inch for example, but they always stay the same size really big... perfect for scrapbooking, but not so much for cards...any help would be greatly appreciated!!

Thanks

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Kristen I have been gone for over a week I have the cart but i am not certain which cut outs you're talking about. I'ld be glad to check it out on mine and see if mine does the same thing I have only cut out a fewof the tags and a few of the purses. Let me know I am busy this week but I'll watch for a post and get to it next week when the kids are back in school.
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I am a new cricut owner. I haven't had much time to play with it but find when I use really thin papers they really stick and tear when I try to remove it. How do I stop this from happening? Should I mount my thinner paper on a thick cardstock?
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Just change your dial setting. Also the mat can be really sticky until it is used a bit. You might want to try using an older mat of the thinner papers. The tools also help for remving the papers from the mats. Do youhave them? I hihgly recommend them.
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Does any one have the new Circut? The one that cuts 12X12 paper?

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try asking in this thread. I know a few people over there can answer your question, most have the cricut, a few have the E-bug, a few more have ordered their E-bug. Chatter Thread
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The last time I looked at cartridge prices they were $59 now all of a sudden they are on sale for this price and reg. $89??
Did they have a huge inflation on pricing?

Where can I get a good price on cartridges without having to email the store as per the first post?

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The last time I looked at cartridge prices they were $59 now all of a sudden they are on sale for this price and reg. $89??
Did they have a huge inflation on pricing?

Where can I get a good price on cartridges without having to email the store as per the first post?

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The only place they are reg. 59 that I have seen is Wal-mart.
even though you email Kim she has great service, and usually the best price.

JKCrafts has excellent prices also, they are an online store and also have great sales.
SuperGal777 on Ebay offers excellent prices regularly, she has nothing right now.
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Old 10-16-2007, 10:34 AM   #78
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Unless you find a good sale, Walmart and Kims Korner have the best prices read the earlier post for a like to kims korner. with shipping Wal mart might be the best bet.
I've seen carts for $60 or less at Hobby Lobby.
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Old 10-16-2007, 09:36 PM   #79
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SuperGal777 has listings back up again. I've not been too impressed with her communication and she has some pretty bad negatives wracked up. I just tried to deal with her about 3 separate cartridges and she just stopped communicating and the next morning, those three were no longer listed. I think she was worried because I told her I was nervous about the negatives, help me to feel comfortable or understand. That was the last I heard from her.

However, I am dealing with someone that is great. She doesn't have all of the cartridges, but because I wanted to buy 3 and the bag, I asked if she would drop her price on the three cartridges from $62 to $45. (The listing was a "buy it now" or "best offer".) Her ID is lstrickland1949. Even better, I paid for them today and they're packaged and going priority tomorrow morning.
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Old 10-17-2007, 10:57 AM   #80
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