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jenni_ca and others - ? re: die cut systems

Posted by barb_from_pa (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 12, 08 at 16:31

What all do you use your Cuttlebug machine for? Did you have to purchase alphabets for big bucks? I was also looking at a Xyron personal cutting system (at Big Lots for $100)which appears to include more to work with. I know I don't NEED one of these, but they sound very tempting to a crafter and preschool teacher. Thanks for your imput.

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RE: jenni_ca and others - ? re: die cut systems

I use the Cuttlebug for felt, fabric and paper.
I make hair clippies and the felt flowers for crocs and I cut everything out with the Cuttlebug.
My daughter, Stephanie, uses it for scrapbooking once in a while. She has another system tho that hooks to her computer and she is able to cut any font that is on the computer with the Wishblade so we don't buy alphabet dies.
I also have a Cricut. I only cut paper with that one.

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