Question about my Cricut

Debra - posted on 08/09/2011 ( 6 moms have responded )

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I was super excited when my husband bought me a Cricut machine for Mother's Day. I've wanted one for weeks. I love it & love using it for my scrapbooks.
What do you use to put the Cricut cut out on the scrapbook page? If it's large enough, I'll use the photo squares but if it's small or thin, I don't want to sit there & cut photo squares into smaller pieces so I use a glue stick but then sometimes the glue gets on the pictures. What do you use for the smaller cutouts? Thanks!

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Debra - posted on 08/27/2011

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Thank you very much, ladies!! I will definitely try all these different things!

K - posted on 08/25/2011

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I agree the xyron sticker maker is probably best. We just made a bunch of decorations for my granddaughters bday party & we used it. Everything stuck very well,but I do agree with Angela get repositionable!

Angela - posted on 08/22/2011

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Xyron works really well! It turns cut outs into stickers. Available at Michaels but get a repositional cartridge.

Kimberly - posted on 08/12/2011

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You can use an "old fashioned" gluestick made for scrapbooking. For my other tiny stuff I use a xyron sticker maker. You can get the small one that will do 1.5 inches wide for less than $10. My local scrapbooking store also carries glue pens that are about the size of a typical ball point ink pen but with glue inside. I know Martha Stewart makes a glue pen like that.

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