(Closed) is a cricut a good investment?

posted 8 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
6394 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

I love my cricut! Well, more specifically, my mother’s cricut. Right now I’m making signs using them. They’re fantastic. I saw them on sale yesterday, I believe it was at Michael’s. They also have a 50% off coupon on their site, but not sure if it would work for that!

I use mine for scrapbooking as well. If you’re not a big scrapbooker or card-maker, I don’t think I would bother buying it for just the wedding. If you’re going to use it outside of wedding-related DIY projects, though, I think it’s worth the investment!

Post # 5
277 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

It depends on how much DIY cards and scrapbooking you do.  I brought one but I didn’t actually use it that much for my wedding stuff because it didnt’ look as classy as I thought it would be.  you have to also factor in all the extra mats and blades you’ll have to buy.  When it the mat lose it’s stickiness or the blades are dull the cuts looks horrible. I used mine to make escort cards and I needed at least 2 mats.  Overall I’ve purchased about 4 mats for wedding projects and changed the blades once.  They say you can restick the mats yourself but I couldn’t get it to work very well.

Post # 6
2742 posts
Sugar bee

@Shoppingdixie: Hmmm…, maybe I can borrow yours when you are done 🙂 I’ve never heard of a cricut until I started reading weddingbee. I see what they can do and I am intruiged to say the least.

Post # 7
3295 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

im using my aunts! i dont really know what all it can do…. but so far ive used it making my invites and thanks you tags for the favors and it is seriously amazing! i would sooooooooooo but one, but she lets me use it whenever so i guess that would be a waste huh 🙂

Post # 10
776 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I got mine on ebay too, I used it a bit on wedding things and now that the wedding is over I am finding more uses for it, still not 100% it was worth the investment but now that I have it I want to try and make the most out of it!

Post # 11
230 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I want a cricut, but I’m not sure it’ll be the best investment for our wedding projects.  I mentioned it casually to SO, and so he went out and researched the holy heck out of it, and after a long conversation on the subject we decided that we probably don’t need it right now.  Doesn’t mean I don’t want it, though!

And if I’m lucky, I’ll be able to change his mind.  I’ve got some serious scrapbooking projects I want to start, and I’ve convinced myself that they just won’t be as fabulous unless I have that darned cricut!

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