Hi, Everyone! I had a viewer ask me a thought provoking question. To be quite honest I hadn't really thought much about it. I love the Cricut! I love the versatility with their machines; meaning the various products you can cut with them (chipboard, scrapbook paper, cardstock (various weights of that), vinyl, fabric, make embossing folders, cut magnet sheets Cricut has, food (cookie dough and fondant or gum paste). These are just a few things, but what I love too is what you see is what you get. I hate when there's a product that shows you one thing and when you follow their instructions it's nothing like what they showed; materials inside are not as nice as what is shown on the outside. I don't find this with Cricut. The instruction books that come with each cartridge not only show you what you're cut is going to look like, but you also find there are bonus items in there. Let me clarify that. I purchased Paper Doll Dress Up Cricut Cartridge quite a while ago now, but when I did I hesitated and thought what am I going to do with a cartridge full of paper dolls?? I don't have a little girl at home that would appreciate these if I made them for her. I do have a son and I've used various cuts of these to make teaching games from alphabet to numbers and other fun learning things for him. I also found there are many, many little fun bonuses in this cartridge as well. I am so happy that I have added this one to my cartridge library.
Thank you so much for asking me your question Cricut Critter. I appreciate you taking the time. I really don't know if I could put just one thing that I like most about the Cricut. I put a few things above here; the list could go on for a super long post because there is so much more I could add in here that I like about the Cricut. I'd write it all out, but I would be afraid my family would miss me, lol.
Time for me to get my Sunday rolling! Hope you're all having a wonderful weekend!
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Grace & Peace,