a Cricut and another electronic die cutter? Do you use your cricut still? I love my cricut however, i get frustrated with its inability to cut small and/or intricate shapes. I am considering a Cameo and was curious how many of you have both and use them both?
I have a Cricut and a Slice - use both of them. Was using the Slice more, but now have Cricut Craft Room and using it more. Cricut put two more free full-cartridges in my account today as a complete surprise.
One is "FRIGHT" and I forgot the other name but I like it! I think I have about 4 free ones from in the past month or so.
I don't know why and it doesn't make sense but I seem to be getting more delicate cuts with my cricut since I got CCR. I'm cutting things I couldn't cut out at all before.
Another cute one added to my account today is called "Gears".
I saw the new carts as well! Haven't had a chance to look at them as I was working on some specific projects and being very focused. I have just been wondering if other machines would be able to do small and detailed cuts better than the cricut..... especially when purchasing digital cut files that are not ProvoCraft....
I have a cricut expression and the original silhouette. I use both and since I have started watching silhouette tuts and have learned to download fonts from the internet, I foresee me using my silhouette even more. My silhouette cuts intricut(sp?) shapes much better than my cricut,but I have cartridges that I really like so I am keeping both (for now).
I own both machines and I use them both often. I scrap daily and I switch between the two. I like them for different reasons. I will never get rid of my cricut because I invested quite a bit into my cart library and my Cameo I pay as I go. The Cameo cuts more intricate things, but I love welding things on my Gypsy and cutting away from a computer on the Cricut.
I have a Slice and a Cricut. I have to say I like my Cricut best. I am scared, leery, lazy (?) of connecting my cutting machine to my computer. As to intricate cuts....I found that the type of paper you use goes a long way in making neat cuts. I love CorDinations paper.
Edited by southgirl on 09-20-13 05:56 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
I don't have an electronic Die Cutter but I do have the Cricut and a Big Shot. I guess the difference to me is simply the image. Whichever one has the image I want is the one I use lol Cricut is better if say I'm doing a Halloween album, I can cut a bunch of images from an all Halloween cartridge and play around with, move them etc and already have many cut to choose from. The Big Shot is more like a quick access type thing, like suddenly wanting a single ornate edge photo mat or something to that extent