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Old 10-05-2012, 09:48 AM   #16
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Oh, and a point on Bazzill. Bazzill does NOT cut well in a Cricut (I only have a Cricut so I can't speak for a Cameo). It tears and shreds and is an overall mess most of the time. (A basic shape is fine, but intricate cuts are horrible). I find American Crafts and Core'Dinations paper to be similar in texture, but cut so much better than Bazzill.

Don't get me wrong, I love my Bazzill, but I prefer to use the AC or Core'Dinations paper in the Cricut.
Interesting... I havent had any issues in mine. Thats normally what I cut. THe core'dinations does do wonderfully though. but whatever Joanns sells now as open stock paper just shreds. hoping soon I wont have to worry about paper from the store.....
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Old 10-05-2012, 11:16 AM   #17
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Interesting... I havent had any issues in mine. Thats normally what I cut. THe core'dinations does do wonderfully though. but whatever Joanns sells now as open stock paper just shreds. hoping soon I wont have to worry about paper from the store.....
There are certain Bazzill textures that just don't work in the Cricut for me. It makes me a little crazy so I'm learning to avoid it all together to save my sanity
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There are certain Bazzill textures that just don't work in the Cricut for me. It makes me a little crazy so I'm learning to avoid it all together to save my sanity
but I thought we were all a little mad here.
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but I thought we were all a little mad here.
Well, there's and then there's I hope I'm more than
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Old 10-06-2012, 07:28 AM   #20
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OK so it is not just me that has problems with JoAnn's paper
I do like Micheal's packs of black & white paper
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i am back with another question! When cutting svg files with a cameo, do you do the same that you would do with a cricut and place your coloured paper in sections on your mat to co-ordinate with the correct layer? Yes? No? Maybe? When? How? AAGGHH! So many questions!!
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Old 10-11-2012, 12:39 AM   #22
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Yes. It's the same as with a cricut. You will have to cut each color seperatly and piece together. Cameo offers a print and cut feature, where you can print an image on your printer, then place it in your cameo mat and it will cut around the outline, essentially making a sticker without the sticky.
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