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Prior to reading about Cricut on another blog, I’d never heard of the company, which has been in business for over 50 years. I admit that arts and crafts are not really my strong suit. However, readers of my blog have probably noticed that I get pretty excited anytime I make something nice with my hands, like sewing a handbag or crocheting a Swiffer pad.
Despite my lack of significant artistic skills, the computer geek in me is wowed by Cricut’s amazing line of personal electronic cutting machines. You can see some gorgeous examples of what Cricut can do at this link.
Cricut smoothly combines technology with creativity. You can put together your artistic masterpieces using Web-based software on your computer or tablet, anywhere you have an Internet connection. You can use pre-designed images or your own drawings, or a combination of both. Then, the Cricut brings your creation to life, cutting through almost any material you can think of, including leather.