Sunday, February 01, 2009

Check out what they're saying in the news about the new Cricut carts, Provo Craft products...

Click HERE to check out some info on the new Sponge Bob cartridge coming out soon.

Click HERE to see the LA Times' summary of some CHA products such as the Accuquilt--I think this was wise of them to introduce as I know that the Cricut Expression was taking a chunk of their business. It also talks about SCRAPBLOG, which "is an online site that allows scrapbookers to design pages by choosing digital products from top familiar brands such as Anna Griffin and Cosmo Cricket, plus share them online."

Click HERE to check out Yudu, the new personal screen printer Provo Craft is launching. Many thought this would be out a month or two ago, but Provo Craft is kind of known for "shipping delays". Here is a clip from that article: "

With Yudu, crafters can transfer their favorite designs from personal hand-drawn art, Cricut® cartridge images, and other customized art from their computer onto T-shirts, book covers, or virtually any other flat surface.

The Yudu is an ideal solution for those seeking to personalize and embellish their wardrobe, make a statement, or showcase a cause with a group T-shirt. With access to a computer and an ink-jet printer, crafters can use the personal screen printer to create and print their own designs on clothing as well as:

  • Home d├ęcor
  • Art prints
  • Posters
  • Cards
  • Schoolwork

'Provo Craft continues to set industry trends with revolutionary products like the Yudu. The new screen-printing system allows users to express themselves unlike any other product we have offered to date,” said Tonia Conger, Provo Craft’s vice president of consumer marketing. “We want customers to unsilence themselves and let their voice be heard.'

Provo Craft’s personal screen printer also pairs well with Cricut DesignStudio™ software and associated cartridges. The software allows crafters to pull, join, resize, and reshape an array of images forming unique designs. With their computer connected to their Cricut® Personal Electronic Cutter, crafters can then create wearable art with ease."


By the way, "unsilence" isn't actually a word...but you get their point.

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2 comments:

  1. NICE, good information, thanks for putting it all together!

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  2. Thanks for the summary of CHA. It sounds like you had a great time. I have used the accuquilt at a quilting store and it was amazing. I got a whole quilt cut out in 20 minutes. I was amazed. Loved it and I am saving up my money for one

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