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May 18 Oh are you in for a treat today my Krazies!

So,

About a month ago I got a Pazzles.  Here is what it looks like in all it's glory.


I have been quite afraid of it and I'm not sure why.  I've cut a few things on my un-updated Expression using MTC or Scal but nothing fancy or wonderful or heck, even noteworthy. While I LOVE my Cricut and all it's cartridges I still want to be able to cut whatever I want, whenever I want, however I want. So.... today I'm going to be doing a project and posting it here (later this evening)

Pazzles has this great deal on their website.  You can order a pazzles for 600 smackers (like who has that kinda dough hanging around with nothing to spend it on?) or, you can pay 99 bucks and then 20 bucks a month for access to their website for 2 years.  The website has tons of tutorials, classes, many many many cut files (I'm talking a massive amount) forums, etc.  Here is the ultra cool thing that my gf Christie showed me on hers - when you cut something that has score marks - the Pazzles scores it for you automatically!!!! OMG, no blade changes, lining up, blah blah - just put the box (example) you are cutting on your virtual mat (comes with software but you can also use Scal and MTC) when you cut the box the pazzles cuts it AND scores it at the same time OMG OMG OMG how freaking awesome is that?  I'm the type that is score challenged.  Even using Martha Stewarts score board I'll skip 2 lines - I really am a goober. Y'all have NO idea.

So ok - check it out and let me know what you think - also, if you are already a Pazzles user, tell me about it, show me stuff you made or better yet - come over and show me what to do!


EEK!



Hugs and Chirps!

Comments

  1. I have never heard of this machine but it sounds really cool. I am a new cricut user and just starting to build up my cartridges and using that. I really like it so far, good luck!

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  2. Wow!This is why some bloggers are making a BIG Talk abou this machine.I was and am curious and now I know!!!Hope to see a tutorial with a project soon....TFS
    http://craftingwithcreativem.blogspot.com
    mrodriguez860@hotmail.com

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  3. You will have to change your name to Pazzles Krazy

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  4. It's a great machine. I love finding thousands of free files online for it. I've made so many projects with mine and they are always great!

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  5. Love the idea of scoring so easily. Like the promo making Pazzles affordable. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with it. Thanks Tangee.

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  6. Wow, Tangee, I've never even heard of this!

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