A couple nights ago, my DH was headed out to a meeting of his Civil War Roundtable group, celebrating Tennessee Constitution Day, and what was to be a televised gubernatorial (I LOVE that word) debate. I figured he'd be gone until at least 8 or 9 o'clock. That would leave plenty of time for George and I to get to know each other, get some hands on experience with him. But DH came home unexpectedly early and we were interrupted.
All right get your minds out of the gutter. George is the name I've given my Cricut personal cutter - since that is the name of the cartridge that came with him. No, I don't name everything George unlike someone I know. But Georgie and I got to have some fun time anyway and I am trying to think of some additional creative ways to use him. It seems that you can find stuff all over the web about creative uses for Cricut cutters.
The latest Provo Craft creation is the Cricut Imagine. Okay, that is for sure something I can live without. I dumped my last printer because it was an HP and had been giving me problems for months. After a while you learn, and hubby and I agree we won't be purchasing any more HP products. That was number one thing that turned me off about the new Imagine (disregarding the fact that my Cricut is only a week old) that it teamed with HP; but the other thing is that it is not possible to reposition the blade, like you can with my Cricut and the Expression. I have a feeling the inks are going to be outrageous too. The machine on HSN.com is $580 and the black cartridge is $35. Funny, but I can't find prices for any other ink cartridges. I'm sure there are plenty of people buying it, but I think it's going to suck the creativity out of people rather than make them more creative.
But that's just my opinion.
Copyright 2010, ACK, for Generational