Archive for July, 2010

Doodlebats plus gel pens equals print and cut

Here’s a a new video on using Doodlebats from Lettering Delights with your Cricut and gel pens to digistamp. Sound is messed up so you’ll have to turn it all the way up.

Samples from video colored in with Bic markers

Fonts shown in the video:

Some other good Doodlebats for gel pen digistamping:

July 30, 2010 at 7:31 pm 17 comments

Cricut Imagine -what we know so far

Patent application PDF with sketches

Trademark application

Price-Newly released cartridges being purchased at A.C. Moore contain a scratch off ticket with the prize being a Cricut Imagine valued at $500. (confirmed $599 at release)

Photo of unidentified product (now confirmed to be Cricut Imagine)

Post on scrapbookupdate.com

Unofficially, focus group members on message boards are confirming that they have seen a prototype of a machine that can print alone, cut alone (using existing cartridges) and print and cut (using new cartridges). (now confirmed with the caveat that printing can only be done with cartridge images.)

Note: For a round up of ways you can print and cut with your current Cricut and printer, just click Print and Cut tab at the top of any page on this blog.

July 21, 2010 at 3:07 pm 8 comments


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