Should I sell my Cricut for a silhouette cameo?

by DIY wedding planner on February 7, 2013


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I have a cricut and am planning on making wedding invitations, stationary, and thank you cards. I want to mass produce detailed designs and I am wondering how much better the silhouette is at cutting. The cricut isn’t flexible with sizes and sometimes tears paper when cutting.

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Pazzles February 7, 2013 at 11:19 am

Maybe we’re biased, but perhaps you should consider a more powerful machine? Our electronic die cutter, the Pazzles Inspiration can cut just about anything up to 2mm in thickness. We’ve cut aluminum cans, cork, foam, fabric, art foil, and of course, paper and cardstock of all kinds.

Here is an example of a card we made recently with a very detailed cut: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=518063501551210&set=a.164737946883769.36234.128894657134765&type=1&theater

Also there are many designers using the Pazzles Inspiration successfully in their businesses. For example, here’s a customer testimony: https://www.facebook.com/Pazzles/posts/517171994973694

We hope you’re able to join the family of ‘Pazzlers’. You can get the Inspiration for as low as $99 with an agreement to Pazzles Craft Room, your source for tutorials, cutting files, and more.

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