Time-Saving Scrapbooking Tools
Cricut Expression Rises to Every Occasion
Scrapbookers rejoiced when Provo Craft rolled out its Cricut Personal Electronic Cutter. If they didn't have the right die-cut shape, style or size on hand, no worries-the machine could cut what they needed in seconds at the touch of a button, no computer required.
Since then, the company has introduced a larger machine with more muscle, the Cricut Expression. Consider how these powerhouse features could make your scrapbooking life easier:
House Card by Sue Neal, as seen in Creating Keepsakes' May/June 2010 issue.
To create a negative silhouette, follow these easy steps:
1. Die cut shape from cardstock.
2. Trim 3/4" around negative image. Sew inside image, taping threads down in back.
3. Attach foam squares to back, and adhere to patterned paper. Mat.
Learn how to use the Cricut Expression to create large letters from CK's Brittany Beattie.
- Check out the Crop-A-Dile on page 3 -
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