Post # 1
I am 100% craft and DIY challenged, but I try. I recently got into scrap booking and was told the must have item was a cuttlebug. I know alot of ya’ll have used them for wedding invites, programs, etc… Care to shine a light on this sad creativeless individual???
Post # 3
Sad, creativeless individuals unite! I have no idea what that is!
Post # 4
Ha, I was going to say “My doggie!” ’cause that’s what I call her. Other than that, no clue 🙂
Post # 5
Here is a link to a video on utube that kind of explains it better than I can. Also, on the side of your screen when you go to this link are a bunch more cuttlebug videos.
Post # 6
You can see more here. I loved mine and used it (and the Scorpal) for lots of things. DH embossed our RD invites and all our thank you notes.
Post # 7
OOOOhhhhh! What a cool idea.
Post # 8
Haha! When I first joined WB I saw this everywhere and finally decided to investigate. I came SOOOO close to buying one to do all my paper products with when FH kindly reminded me that I can’t even cut a straight line with a straight edge paper cutter, that dream got squashed…but I feel you on being creativeless!!!
Post # 9
it is a die cutter.. like what you teacher in elementary used to cut letters and shapes out of paper 🙂 but i would say that if your gonna spend the money, get a cricut
Post # 10
they are pretty awesome I have one I was going to sell after the wedding but I think I’m going to keep it. I used it to make all my favors (Seed packets with flowers on them) and a lot of other little stuff. The embossing part is nice to have! If you are going to buy one the best deal is print a coupon for michaels and get one 40- or 50% off. They arent excluded on the michaels coupons!
Post # 13
I bought a cricuit, but never used it. The cuttlebug was slightly less technologically advanced and I wasn’t really into die cutting (I’d use the cricuit for that though). We loved the embossing feature.
Post # 14
I call my pup cuttlebug too! I was kinda confused to see this in the DIY because i was thinking puppies!
Post # 15
When I saw this, I was like, “cuttle fish?”
Haha, I’m glad others knew, because I had no idea!