Sunday, April 11, 2010


Well, busy several weeks! Was in Vegas for a training session for the new Provo Craft Costco Road Show program. Learned all about the Cricut Cake and am so excited about it! It is completely food safe so you can cut fondant, gumpaste, frosting sheets, fruit roll-ups, hard cheeses, lunch meats, etc into all kinds of shapes and sizes. Your cakes and cupcakes will look amazing! The machine is made of stainless steel and the can use all the cricut cartridges as well as the special cake decorating cartridges. I can't wait to play with it! I also got to use the Yudo machine. It is the silk-screening machine that allows you to use any design to silk-screen on all kinds of materials. I was able to place a beautiful heart on a tote to carry the huge training manual they gave us. Clever huh??? The YourStory book binding machine is kinda cool too. It heats up glue so it binds pages together. Albums are available and you can put your own inner pages or you can you your own sheets and just buy the glue strips. That's a great idea for making pads of notepaper! Reduce, reuse, recycle!! I've got some great ideas for gifts. The cuttlebug, which of course I've owned since it first came out years ago, has some amazing dies coming out soon, They emboss as well as cut and it still uses dies from all the other companies. Talk about a multi-purpose tool. Their embossing folders give the crispest clearest embossing I've ever seen.

If you are near the Bloomingdale Illinois Costco April 21-25th come see the Provo Craft demo! We'll have wonderful prices on the Cricut Expressions, cartridges, the Gypsy and a great Essentials Bundle! Stop in and say HI!!!

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