Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Cricut Imagine

It's here, the arrival the crafting/scrapbooking world has been waiting for!!!
Cricut Imagine
Shop today at http://www.hsn.com/
and you can not only purchase this amazing machine but you will also
recieve it in an amazing bundle pack with bonus cartridges and flex pay!
I am not so sure I myself will be purchasing one anytime soon. They are very spendy and brand new to the market. Like anything else, as soon as it has been around a while it will go on sale.
Some of you may be asking, " What is the Cricut Imagine"
Cricut Imagine Electronic Print and Cut Machine with Ink and 3 Cartridges It's now possible to design, print and cut with one machine. Combining technologies from the world leaders in inkjet printing and paper crafting—HP and Provo Craft—this revolutionary system expands your capabilities like never before. Add detail and dimension to layered art using full-color textures and photo-quality patterns. Create impressive scrapbook layouts, cards, home or office decor, education materials, special-event signage...virtually anything you can imagine.


Misty said...

Hey Misty...if you use the computer a lot, I'd suggest a Wishbade. I bought one many years ago, and recently bought a new on at Tuesday Morning for only $150! You don't need any cartridges, can cut any font you can download, and can desig...n anything . You can also do a print and cut where you print on your printer and then put it through the machine to cut. I've done many of Frankie's invitations that way. There is a Yahoo group where they will post designs that you can download. I probably have 400 different files that other people have created, all for free. The downside is that it does take some learning to be able to use the machine (not as user friendly as the Cricut) and it has to be attached to the computer. Anyway, just thought I'd let you know :)

Heidi said...

Okay-Soooo, I ended up buying one-thanks to you! :) After thinking about it, it will make things so much easier and quicker for me at the store. I know I won't print paper, but to print and cut out shapes and designs at the same time, will be sooooo much better for kits! Hope I'm right! I have the siloutte at home, so I can cut other images from my computer or anything I can download on-line, and any and all quickutz too! So, I do use that often also. Between the two, I should be able to whip those designs right out (If only there were more time in my days)! LOL!!!