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Old 10-27-2008, 01:24 PM   #1  
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Default Cut your own stamps with a Cricut! New!!

Ok, so I'm just passing along what I heard at the Scrapbook Expo in Ontario, Ca on Saturday. I was watching a very interesting Cricut demo and the guy doing said that on Nov 15 Cricut will be releasing materials to cut your own stamps from any image on the cartridges. There is a deep cut blade for sale now that will allow for a thicker material to be placed in the Cricut and cut. He didn't say if it was rubber or acrylic or other, just that on Nov 15 it will be available.

Also, Cricut has a brand spanking new cartidge that is called Wild Card. Its just for card makers. It awesome! You can cut out not only cards, but envelopes to match. You can go to the Cricut site to see it, or in my opinion, Google it and you'll probably find more info from an onlne store or eBay. I think Provo Craft has done an abysmal job with their site and the info they release. If you click on What's New on the home page you get info from 6/6/2007. That's not what I consider new.

Anyways, I though this should be on the General side because if you don't own a Cricut now, you may be interested.
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Old 10-27-2008, 02:14 PM   #2  
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Interesting. I have one but haven't used it much and now I have a BS arriving tomorrow and wondering if I even need the Cricut. I'll have to look into this stamp making aspect of it.
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