I’m so excited to be back making videos. I had so much fun setting up my equipment and getting ready to film. It took me a day or two to film because I didn’t want the excitement of prepping to end. hehe.
Thank you so much for the kind words and for leaving video requests. Your support means the world to me.
Let’s start off with an updated tutorial on the Cricut Cuttlebug. I did a video many years ago on the different types of dies you can use with your machine, and it’s one of my most popular videos to date.
One of the biggest comments I get is that their Cuttlebug didn’t come with a C plate. Version 3 doesn’t either, but it does come with a rubber mat that, when you put it together with an B plate, you have a C plate. Oh Yes! it’s totally true.
I know what you’re going to ask…Do you like the Cuttlebug better than a Big Shot? I think of them as my children (I know what your thinking, Christina, you only have one child, but I count Scott as a big kid, plus the two cats and our dog) and love them equally. They both have great qualities.
Let’s jump into the video and I’ll tell you more further down…
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One of the biggest features I love about the Cuttlebug is the fact it takes up less overall space in my crafting area. It’s tucks nicely onto a shelf or can sit right on my desk. I absolutely love the color. Yep I’m a sucker for cute colored crafting tools, and I really like how it suctions to my desk while I’m cranking away cutting and embossing.
Here are the supplies featured in today’s video.
I hope you enjoyed today’s video. See you back here really soon.
Lots of hugs