Monday, February 10, 2014

Let the Celebration Begin - 6th Blogoversary!


A little over six years ago I started this blog as a way to share the designs I created in the (then new) Cricut Design Studio software.  Many different machines and software programs and lots of other topics have gradually found their way to these pages, but I still enjoy sharing my projects and helping other people learn how to get the most out of their crafting tools.  Thank you to everyone who reads my blog - whether you have been with me from the early days or just found this blog today.  I hope you find lots of inspiration and help here!

 It's time to start the blogoversary party!

As in the past, I have three boxes that I will be filling with gifts and I will send one of the boxes to three lucky blog readers.  During February, there will be at least seven days when I will add things to the boxes until they are full and ready to ship.  Starting with this post, you can comment on every post until the boxes are full to maximize your chance to be chosen by random draw.


This year I am starting off the boxes with a pack of 12 x 12 Core Couture cardstock by Core'dinations.  I will be photographing things in the large square boxes but actually shipping everything in the medium box because the paper pack has the extra hanging tab area and won't fit neatly in the square box.

samples of Core Couture from my stash

I  have used this cardstock for years.  It is very sparkly and adds a lot to any project.  The glitter is embedded in the cardstock and does not come off when you cut it or brush it with your fingers.

  

These packs contain 20 sheets of Core Couture in 20 colors.  I did not want to open the nice new packs that I bought for the prize boxes so I can't tell you the names of all 20 colors inside but I am sure you will love them!

http://www.capadiadesign.com/2013/09/christmas-card-variations-mix-and-match.html#.UvmKloX2XSk

Here is one example of a project I made using this cardstock.  Click on the image or HERE to see the original post.

http://www.capadiadesign.com/2012/03/celtic-medallion-for-st-patricks-day.html#.UvmNR4X2XSk

Here is one more example of this sparkly cardstock in action - you can find the post about this design HERE.

So - how can you win one of the three boxes?

There are three ways to enter...

First entry:

I am starting a new email newsletter.  This will be where I share free designs and files and other special items of interest with my readers.  One of the winners will be drawn from the list of my newsletter subscribers.

To sign up please complete the form at the top right of this page and click submit.  You will receive an email asking you to verify that you signed up - once you do that, you will be on my email list for the newsletter.  This list is different than the feedburner subscription which sends new posts to your email account nearly every day.  If you still want to receive daily emails, please don't cancel that subscription. 

Second Entry:

I have a Facebook Page for Capadia Designs that has been pretty quiet but I am planning to start posting more on that page and I'd like to see more people participating there.  If you are a Facebook user you can "like" the Capadia Designs page HERE and then leave a comment here on the blog telling me that you are a Facebook fan.  Comments on the Facebook page are great to read but the winners will be drawn from the comments left here on the blog.

Third Entry:

Just leave a comment on this blog post or any blog post between now and the day the boxes are filled and that will give you a chance, even if you don't subscribe to the new newsletter (but I hope you will) or "like" the Facebook page.

You can leave comments every day so you will have multiple chances to be one of the three winners.  Please don't leave more than 2 on one day (1 regular comment, 1 to say you are a Facebook fan - I will have the newsletter list so you don't need to leave a comment to tell me that you have subscribed).

When you leave a comment be sure that you don't have the box checked to be notified of follow up comments so you don't get tons of emails clogging up your in box.  Please be sure to leave some way for me to contact you if you are one of the lucky winners - you can leave your email address and use (at) and (dot) to help avoid spam.

Sounds pretty easy, right?

There is one catch - you can't just leave a random comment - you have to answer the question in the post (so I know you are paying attention!).

The first question is... 

There is a new Cricut machine, the Explore, that will be debuting on HSN on February 12th.  What have you seen or heard about this machine and are you interested in adding it to your crafting tools?  Why or why not?

Thanks for your support over the past six years - good luck!

Subscribe to Capadia Designs if you would like to have new posts delivered directly to your email. 

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270 comments:

  1. I look forward to and enjoy your posts. You are such a talented lady. Congratulations on 6 wonderful years.

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  2. Yes I am looking forward to the Cricut Explore. If I understand it correctly, I can still use all my cartridges but do designs that the Cricut couldn't do.
    Nancy Flodquist

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    1. Hi Nancy, I have high hopes that this machine will combine all of the things I like to do (design my own, print and cut, etc.) I am also interested to see the demonstrations of the various materials it can cut.

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  3. If I could sell 3 of the 4 Cricuts I have, plus a brand new Cameo I would buy this new machine. I also have been sick so I haven't crafted in a while'. I do want to get back to it soon. DawnRI

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    1. Hi Dawn, I hope you are feeling better soon. It is amazing how we accumulate machines - maybe this one will work to do most of the things we want to do - I'll be watching HSN!

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  4. I liked your blog and Facebook pages...
    Dawn RI... did sign up for the newsletter...

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  5. I have heard about the explore but I doubt I would buy it since I already have a cricut and a cameo.

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    1. Hi JoAnn - I have multiple machine but I am still intrigued by the possibilities of this new machine...I love the Cameo but it sounds like this will cut more materials...I suppose it depends on what items they include in a bundle to tempt people at the launch!

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  6. I usually read your post with my morning coffee. I'm often learning so much that my day's routine gets quite a delay. I'll consider the Explore if my Expession crashes. I have lots of cartridges but am intrigued by the new features. PC though doesn't have a great reputation for delivering promises in a timely fashion. We'll see how it goes with the Explore. caroleewin at roadrunner dot com.

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    1. Hi Carolee - I am sorry to disrupt your routine but I hope you are having fun! My routine is so disrupted that I'd have to say it is non-existent...but I love what I do. I have been frustrated by PC promises that took a long time to happen in the past - maybe this time they will get it all together. I hope so because there are some features of this machine that sound really good to me!

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  7. The Core Couture paper looks amazing! I've heard about the Explore (from you and others) but I don't believe I'll be buying it anytime soon. The necessary computer hookup and the price are the main reasons I won't be adding it to my crafting tools. I would love to see it in action, though, and am hoping one of my local stores will demo it at some point.

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    1. Hi Cheryl - I love the Core Couture paper - it dresses up any project (that's why I got it for the giveaway boxes - I like to share my "finds" with others!). I have a laptop so it isn't too difficult for me to use a computer with a die-cutting machine but I am sure that many people don't have room for a machine and a computer in their crafting space. They say there will be an app for an iPad later this year - that might work out well for some people. I think it is supposed to be in stores sometime in March.

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  8. I've been a fan on Facebook for some time now. Thanks for all you do.

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  9. Thanks for the chance to win some great candy. 6 years is amazing! As for the new Circut machine I haven't heard a lot about it so will need to watch HSN when it comes out.

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  10. I have been a fan for quite sometime and since I have 2 Expressions and a Cameo I don't know about the new Cricut. I do like design and cartridge option all in one machine.

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  11. I have been a fan for awhile and I am so pleased you are now doing email. I love to read my mail with my morning coffee. I am now a facebook fan.

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  12. Sorry I didn't finish reading before I commented. I have seen the new explore but no I will not add it to my craft room. I feel that provo craft is still limiting us to using only their products. I have the expression and love it but it will be my last provo craft product.

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  13. Congrats Diane on your blog anniversary. I love your blog. I like your post on the historical dates of your town. I like hearing the history of it and seeing the statues through your pictures. It makes me feel like I am right there. I also like your blog because you teach us relevant and interesting techniques. I am excited about the New Cricut Explore because I think it will cut more precise and a large variety of materials and I also like the double head pen and cut feature. I would really have liked to play with the new software before deciding weather to buy, though. Will be up watching tomorrow night. I had like you along time ago on facebook.

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  14. My thoughts on the Cricut Explore is they are trying to keep up with the Silhouette machines. I can't afford another cutting machine. I enter all the giveaways I can to win so I don't have to purchase. If I had the money, I would buy everything.

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  15. I subscribed to you new newsletter. Can't wait to see what you have to say.

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  16. I will not be purchasing the Explore at launch. I prefer to wait and see if they do as they say when the second quarter comes around and if it cuts as well as they say it does. I have a Silhouette Cameo and the Anniv. E2 at present.

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  17. Hi Diane, I've been a 'follower' for some time now and I'm always impressed with what you have to share. As for the Cricut Explore, I only read a little about it and there was some confusion as to what programs were needed to make it work best. I recently bought the ScanNCut, so no new machine for me.

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  18. I'm unsure of the new machine. If I had an unlimited budget I would get it for sure. I have never cut my own designs so I'm not sure I need to do that. Excited to see what people start making.

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  19. I have bee back Facebook follower for a long time:)

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  20. No I have not seen the new Cricut Explorer yet. I will have to check that out. I'm not currently in the market for a new machine but I do love my Cricut. Your creations thrill me though. Great job!

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  21. Oops I forgot, I'm also a Facebook fan!

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  22. I'm intrigued by the Cricut explore but I just got the cameo for Christmas that I can't believe I haven't taken out of the box yet :(. I'm in the middle of planning a bridal shower, grad party, and after prom breakfast and I'm afraid that I don't have the time to learn new software.
    Congrats on your anniversary ... Always look forward to your projects :)

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  23. Congrats on 6 years! Been a long-time follower. In addition to creativity, you give a great dose of home. I'm curious but cautious about the new machine. I hope it pans out.

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  24. The new Explore sounds interesting, but I have 3 Cricuts now, and have been a bit disappointed with the way PC drops the ball on product support. Par ex, I'm still waiting on the promised upgrades for the buttons on my original E! And all the "additional" features that should have been added by now to my E2. Live and learn; but I'll probably bite the bullet and buy the Explore. I'll just wait awhile to hear everyone's opinions from the initial sell.

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  25. I liked your Facebook page (& I love your blog!).

    millriverside at gmail dot com

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  26. Thanks for the chance to win. I actually heard about the new Cricut machine on one of your posts. I will do more research before deciding if I will add to my crafting tools.

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  27. As for the new Cricut machine, no, I won't be buying it - for several reasons, the main one being that I almost never use the one I already have! I really the Cricut for cutting titles for scrapbook pages but am not in love with the fonts in the few cartridges I own (I never could find the Plantain Schoolbook cartridge, which is the one I most wanted :-( ). The other big reason is space - we live in a small 1760s house with exactly ONE :-D closet!!

    millriverside at gmail dot com

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  28. I have 3 Cricut Machines and now the Cameo, so while I like the ability of using both computer design/cartridge in one machine, I don't think I can justify another cutting machine. Happy 6th Blogoversay!!!

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  29. Congratulations on your 6th Blogoversary. Wishing you many more years and also looking forward to those years.
    Honestly; I don't pay all that much attention to the new machines that are coming out.
    I do have a fairly new Cricuit machine (used twice)along with unopened cartridges that I very, very seldom used. I wish now that I would had saved my money and never bought it.

    Anyway; thank you for this opportunity
    ColleenB.
    Texas

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  30. 1. I am already a facebook follower
    2. I joined the newsletter
    3. I have heard about the new cricut and it sounds like cricut has finally accepted the reality of the internet and phased in using file cuts. I had not planned on purchasing one at this time. I can not justify the expense at this time.

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  31. I have 3 Cricut machines and the Cameo. While I like the ability to use both computer designs/cartridge, I really can't justify a new cutting machine. Happy 6th Blogovesary!!!

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  32. By the way, CONGRATULATIONS!! Sorry, I got caught up in the responses needed to remember to say that!!

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  33. Dianne, I started following your Facebook page.

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  34. Congratz! Thank you for all your posts I look forward to them each day. I learn so much...you make me brave! I like the ability of the new Explore to cut fine detail and my own SVG's. Will be watching the HSN show on this product. Not so crazy about the fact that my Imagine carts. won't work with it. And have not been able to tell if my gypsy will hook up to it or not. Will be watching HSN to see what is said and how the print & cut will come into being.

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  35. Diane, thanks for the chance to win one of your lovely boxes. My fingers are crossed. Regarding, the new Cricut machine, I don't think I will be buying it. I already have an E2 & an Imagine plus a Cameo.

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  36. Congratz on 6 years! I appreciate your blog so much, I looks forward to it every day. You make me almost brave! lol As for the new Explorer...I will be watching HSN to see the new machine. I like that it will cut fine detail and SVG's but the proof is in the pudding as they say. I don't like the fact that my Imagine cart's won't work....why not..if they are going to have print and cut feature???? Will wait and see.... I have the Cameo, 3 Provocraft machines and a Pazzles...do I need another one?....well maybe lol

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  37. I liked your Facebook page Niclp77(at)gmail(dot)com

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  38. I haven't heard of the new cricket machine explore. Now, I will have to go check it out.
    Niclp77 at gmail dot Com

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  39. I've been reading about the new machine and can't wait to see it on HSN. I have been thinking about buying a Cameo but now that the Explore is being released I think I'll wait and see.

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  40. Happy Anniversary!! I've been reading about the new machine and can't wait to see it on HSN. I have been thinking about buying a Cameo but now that the Explore is being released I think I'll wait and see.

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  41. Just became a FB fan of Capadia Designs

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  42. I won't be getting the new Cricut - I got a Cameo for Christmas.

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  43. I have been a fan of both your blog and your Facebook for a while. I love you blog. I check it everyday!
    Kathy U:)

    kathy21361@yahoo.com

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  44. And for your question.....I am not sure. I have read lots about the new Cricut machine but I just received a Silhouette Cameo for Christmas so investing in another machine right now might not be such a good idea. But, I am keeping my eyes opens to all the new information.
    Love those boxes!!!!!
    Thanks!
    Kathy U:)

    kathy21361@yahoo.com

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  45. I have followed you both on your blog (newsletter) and on Facebook for quite a while. I have enjoyed learning from you! I gave my Expression and Baby up for a Silhouette Cameo and while I still have both (one in my classroom, the other in my daughter's craftroom) I will not be purchasing another Cricut. The new machine sounds quite wonderful, all the features that I was looking for when I bought the Cameo. Too bad they didn't do this much sooner!

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  46. Oops! Forgot my address: suekimmet at gmail dot com

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  47. I really like the looks of the new Cricut. Would love to be able to add it to my arsenal at some point.

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  48. I am a new facebook follower

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  49. So exciting its that time of year again! Thank you for sharing your favorites. Regarding the Explore, I'm very excited about seeing it. I have read and watched the videos. Love the idea of printing text and cutting. Well see about purchasing one. Time will tell :)

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  50. Thanks for sharing your creativity. I am a facebook fan as of today. I have heard about the new Cricut Machine Explore (saw online demo from CHA) but I will not be purchasing. I have a long memory of what went on with the 3rd party software lawsuits etc., plus I like my Cameo and Pazzle. The next machine in my future is the Zing.

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  51. I have a cricut already, unless this new machine gets really good reviews and fantastic support from Provo Craft, I'll not purchase it. I am upset that ProvoCraft sued Make the Cut and Sure Cuts a Lot, so they could bring out their own software. I imagine they have harvested some of the ideas of the other programmers.

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  52. I just "liked" your Facebook page. I have spent many a morning with you over the past few years. Your tutorials & videos on the Cricut Design Studio made me look like a "Cricut Ninja". Thanks for all the help. My family bought me a Cameo for Christmas so I don't thing I will be in any hurry to get the Explore. Will definitely wait til all the bugs are taken care of.
    Donna K U
    rntof10 (at) mchsi (dot) com

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  53. I'm not quite sure how/where I learned about Capadia Designs, but I LOVE the daily e-mails with all the creative ideas. Gets my mind "spinning!!!"
    As for the new Cricut Explore, I've mostly heard/read about it via your e-mails. I've seen a bit of info on it in various places, also. No, I do not intend to purchase it. I have a Cricut Create and a Silhouette Cameo. I think both of those fill all my needs at the present time.
    Thank you for your wonderful ideas and for this awesome give-away!
    You can reach me at pspkarlaatcoxdotnet.

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  54. I am also a facebook follower. I love your blog!

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  55. I LIKEd your Facebook page; yes, I did! However, I seem to be unable to pick the right "comment as" entity so that my name appears (I think it is operator error :) )-- from ScrapperQ

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  56. Hi Diane, I've been a Facebook fan for quite a while. Read and heard about the new Explore. With 2 Expressions, a Gypsy and the Cameo which I'm loving, not sure if I'll buy the Explore. I'm sure it will be a very tempting package on HSN with Anna Griffin, etc. I'm intrigued how the sketch pen and blade work together and hope they show how that looks. At your suggestion, I've spent several hours at the Silhouette Youtube channel and have learned so much. Thank you, thank you, I'm now creating and using more of its capabilities than ever. Also have the Studio Designer software so can use .svg and .jpg files from other companies you've recommended. Love, love it! Thank you for all you share on your blog, Happy Anniversary! Jan

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  57. Cricut Explore -- yes, I've heard of it and I will probably try to watch the HSN debut, but I just purchased a Silhouette and am debating about getting the design software for that machine. Decisions! decisions! -- Scrapper Q (llwyman(dot)threeten(numerals)(at)gmail

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  58. Congrats on 6 yrs! Wow, time flies when you are having so much fun. I am a subscriber, newsletter subscriber and fan on FB. I was a die hard cricut fan since 2006 but sold off most of my machines and carts last year and got the Cameo. I love how it does all the so wanted the imagine to do when I got it. The Explore looks cool but it still won't do what I wanted so I will stick with my Silhouette.

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  59. I've been a blog follower for years and I'm now a FB fan.

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  60. I can't believe that it have been 6 Years!
    I have been a facebook fan for several years!
    jeffnval at hotmail dot com

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  61. I have seen the new machine. I like the fact that it will cut SVG files. I am not planning on adding it to my crafting supplies ....yet! BTW anything with a shoe on it has to be great!!! aprilsL8 at windstream dot net

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  62. I have been a fan of facebook and your blog for several years and I remember your blogoversary celebrations each year. You have the most fun and awesome give-aways!

    I have heard about the new machine from you and I will not be adding it to my crafting tools. First of all, I have been very disappointed in the service from PC and from my current machines,their redemption of points, their discontinuing the Gypsy and support of the gypsy. I do not have a craft room or space. I have to plop it on my dinning table or my coffee table and do not have the ability to have it connected to a computer. (That is why I love my Gypsy.) I have over 125 cartridges that I have invested in and I feel really let down my the company.
    jeffnval at hotmail dot com

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  63. I am on the fence about the new Cricut machine. I will most likely wait awhile and see how other crafters experiences with this machine develop. However, if I win the lottery I would buy it tomorrow, LOL! I love all the information you have provided on this blog over the years and am looking forward to the new newsletter. I can't bring myself to do Facebook, though!
    rosscdmr at aol dot com

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  64. I am very excited about the explore. I love the idea that it can cut so many different materials. I will wait to read comments about it before I purchase one. Karen b

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  65. I am new following you on Facebook.
    Karen

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  66. Hey Diane~
    Thank you so much for all the detail you include in your projects & posts. Happy Blogoversary!
    I received the Create from my family as a Christmas present years ago but found I was not efficient in my paper cutting and I didn't get really clean intricate cuts. When I received the E2 as a gift from Provo Craft, I found I really liked the screen where I could see where to cut but still don't get the clean intricate cuts. I really only use it with the Craft Room since the screen is bigger. The Mini I received from Provo Craft is really nice to take to a crop, if the internet is working. So the Explore intrigues me since it is supposed to cut very detailed images and I like the draw/cut feature but am not sure I want to have another machine ... still thinking ... wish I had a bigger store credit with Cricut.com

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  67. Congratulations! Just liked you on facebook and am looking forward to the post there. All I know about the Explore I've learned from your bloig and I'm giving it serious consideration

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  68. Heard about the new Cricut Explore through your email newsletter and I'm very interested. A friend is already planning to get one after hearing about it on your blog and I'm looking forward to seeing it in action! Might be getting one if it looks as good as it sounds!

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  69. I enjoy all of the crafting info you share. I have the cricut and just bought a cameo. I don't think I'll be buying the new machine. I might have considered it if they had come out with it sooner or allowed the CCR to use SVG cuts. I like the ability to cut any image and design also with the Silhouette design studio. I'm just learning all of the features and capabilities.

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  70. I'm going to try this again. (last time it said it couldn't post) I am very leery of PC's online programs. When I finally started using and somewhat liking CCR it did not last long. After a few short months my E2 and CCR would no longer play together. Almost all of my carts were linked to my Gypsy (and of course they would always be around) so That did not work. After my G wouldn't update anymore it quit working with my E2. So lets see, hmm...a new Cricut machine. Will I buy it when it comes out...no! It will be a big wait and see. I think being able to use carts and SVG's is a wonderful idea but don't have a lot of faith in it being dependable. Now I think the perfect machine would be if Silhouette made one that used Cricut carts and all the onlne stuff. That would be a perfect machine and I would buy it in a flash!

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  71. I am a new FB fan.

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  72. Liked your facebook page! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  73. I like what I'm seeing about the new Cricut explore (ability to cut your own designs, etc), but will probably not get it. I recently got a Cameo and also have an E2. I can't justify another machine (and probably should sell one that I already have) (hmbennett06@gmail.com)

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  74. The new machine looks great, not sure if I'm going to purchase, it's still pretty expensive maybe it will come down in price someday, looks great though.

    Roxanna
    roxxscott at g mail dot com

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  75. Congrats!! yes I have heard about the CRICUT Explore. I'm hooked so I probably will be buying it wed. millierose651@aol.com

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  76. Diane: I have no intention of purchasing the new product. I am looking at the new Brother Scan n Cut machine. I have a Silhouettes Cameo, but find it hard to do original designing. carjo40@gmail.com

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  77. Diane: I don't need a new machine, I have a perfectly good Expression and a Cameo. I am watching Splitcoaststampers threads about the new Brother Scan n Cut. If I am going to pay for designs it will be to Silhouette. I have so many Cricut carts I don't see much new that appeals. carjo40@gmail.com

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  78. I am following you on facebook.

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  79. I was getting pretty disappointed in the Cricut, which I have used for many years. I love the design studio, but the cricut craft room was a joke. I was to the point of not buying anymore with Cricut and trying to save up for a Cameo. But with what this new E2 sounds like, I may just save up for that! Thanks for all the info you post on it!

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  80. I've been a FB "fan" for quite awhile, Diane, and am glad you are thinking about making it more active again.

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  81. Because I just got a Cameo for Christmas I can't see getting another Cricut machine that does similar things. I will be interested to see if I can cut the Cricut files on my Cameo, though -- it might be another revenue stream for ProvoCraft.

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  82. Congratulations on six years!! I have enjoyed all your inspiration,enabling and creativity. I am a facebook follower.
    I plan to watch the debut of the Cricut Explore. I do not plan to buy right now as I have two Cricuts and got a Cameo for Christmas. It is intriquing all the things they say it will do. The software will be a critical element for me. I will watch for your ideas and opinions about the Explore! Thanks for my daily inspirtion!

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  83. I'll wait and see what others say about the new Cricut, My old Expression works just fine so I'm not in a hurry to replace it

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  84. Congrats on 6 years! The new machine looks great but I am going to hold off and see how all the "bugs" work out before I invest in it ... been down that road before. With that being said, I still LOVE my Cricut!

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  85. I am excited to see the new Explore in action, however I will not consider buying until all of what has been promised is working correctly. I love my Cricut products, I have many, but also am well aware of their track record.

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  86. how fun! Happy Blogoversary! Thank you so much for all the wonderful tips and projects you have shared over the years. Of course I am a fb fan!

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  87. I already own 2 cricuts & a cameo silhouette so I don't believe I'll be purchasing the new machine until I hear more about it. I mostly just cut paper so what I have works for me. Sounds like maybe after all these years, PC finally listened to what we have wanted for so long. Thanks for everything you share with us. I look forward to your daily posts.

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  88. The Explore was announced just days after I received my Cameo. So no new machine for me. I also still use and love my E2 with Gypsy, and all my carts. I am curious however to see how it works and how people like it.

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  89. Hi Diane, I am following you on facebook and have been a subscriber and reader of your post since the very beginning. I think I have every one of your older cricut DS cut files! I use a zing now mostly and use MTC because the program is so good but I still read your blog and love your photos and posts. I am not interested in the new PC product because I am happy with my Zing. Thanks for sharing so many ideas over the past 6 years. Rosie

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  90. I will not be purchasing the new Cricut. I already have a good cutter (Zing) with even better design software (MTC). Cricut has not given a compelling reason to make me want to switch.

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  91. I am now a Facebook fan.
    kathylascala at gmail dot com

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  92. I will pass on the new Cricut. I had an Expression and still have an Imagine. Switched to the Silhouette Cameo and love it.
    Kathy
    kathylascala at gmail dot com

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  93. I somehow stumbled upon your blog the other day, so fun to see all your amazing creations. Just went and "liked" your FB page. But I don't get on FB a whole lot.
    Yes I have been hearing about the new Cricut machine,I will be waiting to see and lean more about it before I decide.
    Have a fabulous day Diane.
    Sandy

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  94. Thanks again for all of your efforts in helping me all these years...am definitely looking forward to seeing the Explore machine tonight, love my E2 but want more a of precise cutting...hoping the
    Explore can do this!! That glitter paper is gorgeous !!!!...

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  95. Congrats on the 6th year of many to come!! I Love my E2 machine but am excited to see the Explore, mainly for the precise cutting, Hubby already gave permission to get it , he is a gem...lol That gltter paper is gorgeous !!! I want some !!!! Have a great day !!!!

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  96. Congratulations!!! I've watched all the teasers on the Cricut Explore and understand it can draw and cut at the same timewhich is intriguing. I own 4 Cricuts, 1Cameo and 1 eClips. I won't be buying anymore Provo Craft products until I make sure the machine is of high quality, can actually cut a true circle and Provo Craft will provide adequate customer service,
    something that has been sadly lacking in the past. I understand they have made improvements and I am in
    the wait and see mode. I hope it's a great machine. It certainly looks nice.

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  97. I have been a Facebook follower for some time. Love your blog and all the inspiration you send out daily.
    mcclusks at bellsouth dot net

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  98. I have heard that the new Explore will cut svg files, and that it will cut a TON or materials. Also have heard that it supposedly cuts round shapes ROUND, not sort of oval. I'm not real clear about how the Monthly Subscription Plan works. I'm definitely interested in the Explore, but would want to wait until the dust settles and have read comments from new users before I decide to drop a large chunk of change on it!

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  99. Congrats on your six years, you've done a good job. I am a fan on Facebook, and enjoy you daily e-mails...love your pictures.
    I've seen, and read, just about everything that has come out on the Explore, but I am not really sold. I love my Expression, CCR, and Design Studio. Cameo has, and can do, especially if you want detail, and most importantly, SVG cuts, from anyone. Had Provocraft not been so selfish, my feelings may be different. Now they are trying to make up for it, yet, there is a white paper that states a fee for SVG cuts, so, although they did change the copy on the front advertising, it was not changed on everything. Besides, Sizzix has the new eClips 2, which will be going Bluetooth in the fall, and they have been recommended by several SVG companies. I will keep buying my cartridges, working on CCR, designing on DS, and using my Cameo.

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  100. The new Cricut Explore looks like a great machine but since I already have a regular Cricut and a Silhouette Cameo I don't plan to add this new machine. Although, I really like the option of drawing and cutting at the same time.
    mcclusks at bellsouth dot net

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  101. Wow, a lot of comments. Good for you! I did "like" your facebook page and have joined you blog. Your e-mails have been coming to me for quite sometime and are always enjoyed. As for the Cricut Explore, you have given me most of the information since the release of its coming. I like that it will cut and draw at the same time. I have a Silhouette now, purchased for Christmas. So not too sure I would invest in a like machine. I wish we would have known before Christmas, may have changed my thought process. Will wait and see about purchasing one after "bugs" have been worked out. The Provo Craft customer service has not been the best. Thanks for all your sharing. Kim kimstamps at juno dot com

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  102. I am a new Facebook fan (I didn't realize you had a page until today)! I left you a message.

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  103. Liked you Facebook. I like the cut and draw feature of the Cricut Explore and will wait to purchase until the bugs are worked out and Provo Craft has a better reputation for their customer service. Also, would have liked to have known about the Explore before asking for a Silhouette Cameo for Christmas to have the chance to compare and make a choice. Thanks for all your sharing. (I did post once, or thought I did, sorry if duplicate)

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  104. I'm leery of buying anything when it first comes out. I'll watch and wait about the Cricut Explore. I do like the fact that you can use cut files with it. Happy Anniversary! I liked your Facebook page and subscribed to your new newsletter.
    Cassie

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  105. I have heard of the new Explore, and I am interested in the fine cutting, the print/cut feature and the cutting of other things than paper light chipboard and stamp material. I have owned an Expression and I hated it - too expensive to buy all of the cartridges for just a couple of images. My husband bought me a Cameo for Christmas 2 years ago - and I've never looked back. I will watch the debut and it may change my mind. We'll have to see how it goes.

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  106. All I really know about the Explore is what you have and Joy have posted on your Blogs. I don't plan to buy it any time soon, maybe if my Cricut dies.

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  107. I am very excited for the Cricut Explore. I love the way I can use the font from my computer and write on my cards or scrapbook pages. Might wait until most of the bugs are worked out before buying. Can't wait to read your newsletter and will be checking out your blog.
    Linda in Stanwood

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  108. I am a Facebook fan. I love your blog.

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  109. Diane Happy Blogoversary! I have learned so much from your blog and look forward to them every day. You don't know how much help you have been with my Cricut machines. I just got a Silhouette Cameo for Christmas so will wait to see if the Cricut Explore is equal to or better. I did see that it will cut SVG files. So that is a plus and the fact that I can still use my cartridges with the explore. Looking forward to the newsletter. Mary Lou in NC

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  110. Diane, Happy Blogoversary! I have followed your blog for years and have learned so much about my Cricut machines from you. I have just gotten a Silhouette Cameo for Christmas so I think it will be a while before I get a Cricut Explore. I realize that I can use the SVG files and my cartridges with the new Cricut Explore but will wait and see if it is better than or equal to the Cameo. Looking forward to your new newsletter. Mary Lou in NC

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  111. I will not get the new Cricut machine. Then I'd have no use for Cricut that I do have. I can't justify the expense ( or storage space) for two machines. I think the Silhoutte machine is more popular and has more support.

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  112. I am a Facebook fan and have been for some time. Thanks for all your great tips.

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  113. The Cricut Explore looks like Cricut is trying really really hard to compete with Silhouette. I started out as a Cricut user, and have spent a fortune on hundreds of cartridges; but now that I have a Silhouette, I don't think I'll ever go back - no matter how hard they try.

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  114. Congratulations on your Blogoversary. I have been a huge fan (and follower) of yours for quite some time. Unfortunately, I no longer want to invest in Cricut products. I have spent oodles and oodles of money on Cricut products to then have problems with some of them and can't get help resolving the issue. I I own a Cameo and just love it. So for the time being, I will use my old Cricut Expression and cartridges and my Cameo.

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  115. I have been a facebook fan for quite some time.

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  116. Congratulations on 6 years! I have enjoyed your blog entries! As far as the Explore is concerned, I will not be buying it anytime soon. Like some others, I want to see if PC lives up to its promises. I am also VERY disappointed that I would not be able to use my gypsy with it...although, I have not used my Cricut since I got a Cameo last April.

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  117. Congratulations! I think WE should be gifting you for all you share with us so generously! Thank you, Diane! Well, I am signed up for the newsletter, and have liked you on FB, now to answer your question about the Cricut. Everything I have learned about it came from you, Joy or Melanie. I know that PC is attempting to catch up to Silhouette with its ability to fine detail cut, stamp and cut, as well as use download files. However, I will not be buying it. I just ordered a Cameo with the money I made from selling most of my cartridges. I look forward to being cartridge free! I wish PC well but I have been burned by their poor customer service and made a vow not to support them ever again with my money.

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  118. I plan on watching the launch of the Explore, but am on the fence until then. I have the E2, the Imagine, Gypsy and a Cameo so this new machine will have to be FANTASTIC! Thoroughly enjoy reading your blog, Diane!

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  119. Of course, I follow you on FB and have for quite some time now! My husband is from New Bedford and his family still lives there even though he has been displaced all over with the USAF...

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  120. I can't remember how long I have been following your blog. But somehow I found it while I was still living overseas. I love all of your projects and your photography is amazing. I will be watching the launch for the explore machine, but will probably wait to see what everyone says about it before I jump in. Can you tell me where you buy the core coutour paper? online? best price? thx

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  121. I just love your blog and the things you share..... thanks so much! I Have liked your facebook page also.
    I have a silhoulette and love it, but thats all I need. Not gonna add the explore..... Thanks again!!!! Tina

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  122. I found out about the Explore from your blog. I am not interested in it. I have the Expression and a Silhouette Portrait that I have not learned to use yet.

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  123. I have been a Facebook fan for a while now.

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  124. I am and have been a Facebook Fan.
    vballenatcomcastdotnet

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  125. I heard about the Explore from your blog and Courtney Lane as well as Obsessed with Scrapbooking. It sounds like it may have some of the same capabilities as the Silhouette. I didn't want to add another machine (I have the Expression and Expression 2). If I do, it will be the Silhouette. I made that decision because I know a lot of people I can refer to should I need help. Thanks for such a fun giveaway and congrats on your blogaversary.
    vballenatcomcastdotnet

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  126. Congratulations on your anniversary! I have followed your blog for a while, and always find it interesting and informative. I am looking forward to the Explore launch, but I will have to wait to see how it works, before I commit to another machine! Already have an E1 and just received an E2 for Christmas, so this would really need to be different and wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win a lovely prize. bmarczak68atverizondotnet

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  127. Hello Diane,

    Congratulation on the sixth Anniversary of your blog. I am a follower on FB and well as your newsletter. This is supper exciting I can't wait to see all of the great prizes. Thanks for a chance to win.

    Luria Dantzler

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  128. Hello Diane,
    Congratulation on the 6th Anniversary of your blog. I am a long time follower of your blog. I am a FB fan as well as I receive your daily post. Thanks for the chance to win some great prizes this is to exciting. I also just signed up to receive your new newsletter.

    Luria Dantzler

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  129. Hi Diane, I've been a facebook fan for quite awhile and I love your blog!!

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  130. I have done some reading on the explore here on your blog and a few other places, I don't think I'm going to rush to get one. I have an expression and a bosskut gazelle that I don't use too often. I may change my mind in the future though, I like the idea of being able to cut any TT font, which I can do with the gazelle.

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  131. Hi Diane, first of all, happy blogaversary! I just signed up for your newsletter. I'm really looking forward to see what you have up your sleeve! As far as the new Cricut is concerned. I think Provocraft took action a little too late. I still have my Cricut, but I use MTC for my SVG files and I also bought a Cameo for the print and cut feature. Thanks for asking and thanks for the chance to win!!

    Carmen L

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  132. I am interested to see more about the dual holder that will hold a blade and a pen simultaneously!

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  133. Heck no, I won't consider buying another machine by Provocraft. I've wasted too much money and time on them now, and feel WAY too loyal to the Silhouette after spending the last 2+ years crafting without cursing.

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  134. Congrats on your 6th anniversary. I love the blog and if I could chose 3 people to lean things from and craft with you would be one of the 3...

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  135. Hi Diane. Congratulations on your anniversary. I've been with every step of the way. No, I will not be buying the Explore. I got the Silhouette for Christmas. The Silhouette, plus my two Cricut machines, Design Studio and the CCR will be enough to keep me out of trouble. Thank you for all of your help and wonderful ideas.
    Judy D.
    lynneguini@gmail.com

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  136. Congrats on 6 great years! I first heard about the Explore on your blog and it sounds fabulous! I am considering purchasing an Explore machine, however my internet is so slow, I'm not sure it would work for me. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the drawing for one of your boxes! Sandy C Missoula MT

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  137. I think I have been a follower since I first got my Cricut and then the designer Studio software. I learned so much from you, and still do. I am very happy with my Cameo and won't go back to Provo Craft. Congrats on 6 years.

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  138. Hi I've been a follower for awhile now. I did become a FB follower now and I did sign up for the new newsletter.
    I really like the Cricut Explore but for now I'm unable to get it so I will be using my E2 which I love very much.

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  139. I am now a Facebook fan and have been receiving your emails for years. Just signed up for the newsletter and look forward to this venture. As for the Explore…I am being optimistically cautious about purchasing this new Cricut machine. I own the Create, Expression (sold), E2 and the Imagine so really don't have room for another machine. Maybe once an iPad app is added it might be feasible. My computer is in a separate room.

    Carrie in WA
    dcmoos at comcast dot net

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  140. Congratulations on your blogs 6th birthday. I was following you way back when I first bought my Cricut and then the Designer Studio software. I learned so much from you. We have similar style preferences and so I could trust your recommendation on new elegant cartridges. Thank goodness I have a Cameo and no longer buy cartridges. I would never go back to a Provo Craft machine.
    Facebook, pinterest, and blog follower

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  141. I ordered the Explore and can't wait to play with it!
    Happy Blogaversary!!

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  142. I am a big fan of Cricut but I'm still on the fence about this machine. I have been considering on getting a Cameo and out comes Cricut w/this similar machine. If you get more info on the Explore (or hands on), could you make a comparison or give your opinion on which seems to be better?
    Thanks! Oh and Happy Blogaversary!

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  143. Just became your 1,000th like on Facebook! That was fun!

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  144. I was so excited to be 1000 like on face book I did not finish reading till right now, so I have to post another comment sorry. I have the eclips, gave my cricut to my sister in law but kept my gypsy( is that useless now) I would really need to be wowed to even think about Provo products again

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  145. Congrats on your anniversary Diane! I have been a follower for many years now and always look forward to your posts.
    I have heard about the new Cricut Explore from my bloggers but it's not something that I would order. PC needs to fix the products that we have already purchased and stand by their customers who have spent thousands of dollars already. They are just too consumed with spitting out new products and filling us with false promises.

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  146. Thank you for all the years of inspiration! I also became a fan of your Facebook page!
    Blessings,
    Melitta

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  147. I have been face book fan of yours for years!

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  148. I have heard about the new Explore but I don't think I will jump on the bandwagon just yet. I have my trusty Expression and my gypsy and they work well for me. I have heard so much negative stuff about Provo craft's lack of support over the years that I want to see what they do with this product. My Imagine is a brick at this point--I am sorry I bought that item--PC did not support it like they promised. ON the fence is my stance!

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  149. Hello Diane, well another year gone past, wow! Congratulations. I've followed you for several years and you always keep your blog fresh and informative. I saw the Explore on Joy's blog. I have enough machines now so won't be buying it.

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  150. Happy Blogaversary Diane! I have learned a lot from you and I love the detail in your projects. I just wished you would share some of your cut files! I too was intrigued by the Explore and I had no intentions of purchasing one since I am still learning my cameo. Then there was a problem, I saw all the Anna Griffen content was included. Then my husband made big mistake of telling me if I wanted the Explore to get it! Happy Valentine"s Day to me! lol I am also reading that we will be able to print and cut with it later on in the year!

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  151. I've been a Facebook fan of yours for a while now. Love all the inspiration!

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  152. I've been watching the promos for the Explore and the only thing this does that my Expression, Baby bug, or Silhouette Cameo doesn't do is have 2 heads (to draw & cut or score & cut). I don't need another $300 machine just for that one feature!

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  153. I like you on Facebook!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  154. I had watched the prom for the Cricut Explore. It is a nice machine, but it seems to be similar to the Silhoutte and being I have cricut and silhouette, for myself I would not purchase it.

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  155. I decided not to buy the Explore just yet. I want PC to iron out all the wrinkles before I jump in again. Machine looks very promising.

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  156. I've been a Facebook follower for a very long time now and signed up for your email newsletter (yay!!).
    After seeing how Provocraft treated their Circle members, I have no interest in anything they have to offer. I still use my Expression, Gypsy and hundreds of cartridges, but have no desire to patronize the company. I love my Cameo too much to be interested in another machine.

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  157. I am a Facebook fan ;- )
    singingpraise at att.net

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  158. I have the Expression and the Imagine and I recently purchased the Cameo so I'm good for now ;- ) Though I'm often tempted by new and shiny toys, ha ha!
    singingpraise at att.net

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  159. I'm a fan on facebook. I have an expression and the 5 yr anniversary E2. So i'm not really interested in another machine as it would take a year to save .

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  160. Washi Tape!!! Oh yes, I have about 40 rolls, but some are duplicates..... I like to use it on cards, and then on the envelope for a bit of coordination. Stay warm and safe! Tina

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  161. After years of being a huge supporter of Provo Craft's products and always having great experiences with my machines and customer service support, I have become very disappointed. I have followed for years as customers had asked for compatability with SVG files and then along came the Make The Cut legal issues. I feel as though Provo thought they had the monolopy on the market and did nothing for years. Many companies have decided to take the technology and run with it. I've followed the comments and reports on the Silhouette Cameo since it was first introduced and finally made the plunge. I love this product and all of its capabilities! Athough I still love my cricut expression and will continue to use it with the many carts I own, my go to is to Silhouette. I hope Provo stands behind this new machine and follows through on it's promises to its customers.

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  162. Hi Diane. I am a Facebook fan. I am not sure about the Cricut explore. Mostly because the Gypsy is not supported by it. I like my Gypdy and have all my cartridges linked to it. I also have a Cameo that I am not good at using yet so buying another machine does not seem prudent.

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  163. Congratulations on your 6 yr blog anniversary. I look forward to receiving your e-mail every morning, The new Explore machine looks nice, I have not had a lot of extra time to compare the Cricut machines to find out the differences. I have read that it will cut anything.
    Thank you - Rebecca
    rebeccajholley [at] gmail [dot] com

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  164. Congrats on your 6 year anniversary! I have been following you for some time and now I have signed up for your new newsletter and also have "liked" your Facebook page! You are so talented and I love your newsletter. I have been researching the Cricut Explore and not sure about it yet. I already have 3 Cricuts! Thanks so much for the opportunity to win! janmor913 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  165. I would probably have purchased the Explore, because I have wanted to be able to cut svg files. However, at Christmas time I won a Silhouette Portrait on a blog, so now with my Baby Bug and an Expression, I think I have enough electronic cutters. Congratulations on 6 years!

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  166. I'm also a facebook fan, and have been for a while!

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  167. First off Congratulation on 6 successful years -------I have enjoyed following you and I must say I have so enjoyed your photography. They look so real. I live on a fixed income so will not be purchasing the new explore. I am very thankful for what I do have and enjoy once in a while I do get a treat of a new cartridge -----thank you for a chance to win one of the boxes ------Nancy

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  168. Congratulations on your anniversary ! No, I will not get the New Cricut. At first I was excited until I found the program is not downloadable. Lessons learned from my other Cricut/Gypsy. My Cameo is good enough for now.
    Anna N. ann2236(at)juno(dot)come

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  169. I liked your page. And yes, I've heard of the new Cricut, but I'm a bit leery. As I read the comments, I'm learning more.

    Congrats on the Anniversary, I've been with you nearly as long:)

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  170. I would like to have one but I'll wait until my Cricut goes. I have a lot of cricut cartages. And my husband gives me a hard time about the money. He won't let me get a new Machine.

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  171. Congratulations on anniversary! I have read a lot on the Explore, but I own a Zing and an expressions. Since owning the zing the cricut is just collecting dust. Very happy with the zing so won't be purchasing an Explore. Only will own one if I somehow win one along the way. Love your blog and subscribe thru email.

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  172. I have enjoyed your posts for some time now and look forward to each and every one of them. I am really liking what I see of the Explore. I would like to update (I have the Expression) . I really like being able to cut, emboss and draw with greater ease.

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  173. I am a facebook fan and look forward to seeing those pages as well as your blog.

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  174. Wow, has it really been that long!'?!? I remember seeing your designs on ds and I had to have a PC. We had macs. Hubby bought me a laptop that Christmas with ds so I could use your files! You have taught me so much and are such a source of inspiration!
    I am a little late to the party....lol! But I wanted an explore. I am true to Cricut! I worked that night so I had strict orders for hubby to order for me. Long store short I got one but it won't be here for a month :(

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  175. Happy Anniversary! And thanks for all of the great information, sharing your family and making life a little brighter over the years. I am a facebook fan. :o)
    Jill - jwinholt at comcast dot net

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  176. Hi Diane, I so love reading your blog! I don't comment very often, but read it faithfully.
    I have heard of hte Explore, but haven't "explored" it, :)
    I feel like I have invested a lot in my expression machine and I have about 30 carts. I need to look into the new machine and think about it.
    Marilyn
    mrtooke@gmail.com

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  177. Hi, It's me again! I am a facebook fan too!!!
    Marilyn
    mrtooke@gmail.com

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  178. Excited about your new newsletter!
    I have an expression that I've been happy with but I think it's time for some new big girl toys!
    Lori
    rysbielinski @ comcast. net

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  179. Yes I like to stamp but don't do as much as I would like to. My choice would be to stamp then die cut. I really like he clear stamps so great to see exactly where u r stamping!

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  180. I'm a Facebook Fan. Thanks & Happy Anniversary
    anticil at comcast dot net

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  181. The Cricut Explore sounds intriguing. I like that you don't have to switch the blade out for the pin but I think I have to see a demo before I make a decision to add it to my supplies. Thanks! anticil at comcast dot net

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  182. The new Cricut machine sounds great but I won't be I won't be buying one right now. I have followed your blog for several years now since I purchased the very first Cricut machine. I learned how to use it by reading your blog and watching your videos. Thank you for all the help you give to the rest of us. I'm anxious to see your thoughts of the new machine.

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  183. HI Diane, Congratulations on your 6 year anniversary ! I believe I have been with you for the last 5 years. In fact you were the first blog I ever joined ! I read you blogs every morning before going to work. You are an amazingly talented lady which has inspired me greatly. I have been reading everything on the New Cricut Explore and at the last second with only 200 to spare on HSN, I took the plunge and ordered one! Never did anything like that before so I hope it does what is says!! I love all the Anna Griffin stuff it came with . Mine will not arrive to March . Looking forward to creating wonderful things

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