I saw this thread on the cricut message board and the answers were so interesting so I thought I would post it here. Mine would definitely be my Ripping Rulers, stickers and up until a few weeks ago my gypsy. IT SAT FOR A LONG TIME before then I have been using it alot lately and really like it now.....TFS....
Edited by SarahWscraps on 12-31-10 10:27 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
Mine would be the coluzzle (or however it's spelled). I tried to figure out how to use it, broke the blade somehow and decided it was junk and not worth the effort so I tossed it. (Not a big loss as it was on clearance and I had a coupon that also covered sale items, so it only cost a couple bucks).
Thank you guys for answering I was starting to wonder if I was the only one with buyers remorse since I had so many views and no replies...lol I know if I had started scrapbooking before the cricut came out my list would be extremely long since I tend to have a shopping addiction!!
We have seen "biggest buying regret" threads but you worded your question as "unused"... and while I can't believe I am saying this... my most unused scrapbooking purchase for the buck was my Cricut. I don't regret buying it but I hardly ever use it. (I am also "weighing" my answer based on cost.)
PS you know it's bad when I realized I use older, unpopular, scrapping tools like deco scissors, paper crimpers, Fastenator...MORE than my Cricut.
It is definately stickers and my Slice. I am not happy with the way my Slice cuts and the stickers I purchased when I began scrapbooking. I plan to donate the stickers to a preschool after I get them all rounded up. Needless to say I do buy stickers anymore and even though I get tempted, I will not buy any cards for my Slice.
I bought myself some curvy cutters for my birthday a few years ago and I tried to use them, but they were so hard to control and difficult to use. They started collecting dust, but I sold them on eBay and got some money back for them.
Also, I got really excited about tearing tools and bought a bunch of them. I used them on one album, but right now I don't even know where they are.