LILLIETALOVE: do you think it would work for etching on metal!
Tina Wilkerson: That is so cool!
scrappy Queen: so don't throw out old dull blades eh
scrappy Queen: can i do this with expressions 2?? OMG
CreativmitHerz: Thhank you -- this sounds great! I will try it soon!
Kassie Fairbanks: You can also fold up a piece of aluminum foil and you don't need the mat underneath! It makes crisp thin pieces! This is amazing! I used her advice and positioned it between the rollers on my cricut mini. I am so glad I kept my old blade.
Mary Jones: Like it
Mary Jones: Like it
kharlie22: Your excitement was just too cute!!! I love the fireworks when it started to work, hilarious!!!
Pauline Johnson: I cracked up! Love this video!
victoria Ciolek: Joy you R 2 funny...I love watching and re watching your video's....I always learn something...and your brave enough to try it! you got guts girl...love it....v
Pat Posk: LOved this one.. Joy are you the same Joy of Obsessed with Scrapbooking? I see you everywhere...LOL pat
Dee Johnston: just seen the video wow glad I saved old blades, lololo more fun who knew !!!!!!!! thanks
Tim Stone: Hi! I've watched alot of videos with this technique. Although. I think you did a great, I wanted to share what I also learned. So first of all this does dull your blades so save old ones. And second if you use a silicon baking sheet, you won't get those roll marks. Just thought I'd pass it on! Love your videos and happy crafting!
Bev Lawson: What a great idea! I noticed that you have the lines at the top of the embossed image where the needle is passing over the image to get to another position. I've had these and I even contacted Cricut. When I googled this problem - lots of people have complained about this. After trying all kinds of things, I think I finally solved this issue. With time, the cutting pads begin to curl on the edges. When I move the blade to the left before I press cut, it doesn't do this.
Cyrrah Gunia: My jaw is on the floor! I can't wait to try this!!
madmike1395: Wow, I didn't know that this could be done, I am so tuning in to your website. You are bringing me up to date on my machine. I love this. Thanks again. Deborah
Lis13Mar: Can you do this with the expression 2?
gobeagirl: This is great! I haven't uswd my poor Cricut in a couple years and I even uswd to teach a class when we had a scrapobooking store. I make cards now. However your idea has my mind thinking of all the things I could do with this. You could emboss and then use the shadow feature to cut it out. I am so excited to pull out my E and play. Thanks for sharing. Hugs Lisa G
surrereys: omg, I'm freaking out really bad. i wish no about you video before, i just paid 200.00 in new embossing magine, and i own 2 cricut , anyway i love you video and you idea.
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