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    i want a die cut machine…..my b-day wish for this year (b-day in late sept)

    i want a die cut machine that will work with the heartfelt creations dies, plus one that will do embossing, more of a multi use machine is what i am looking for – but aren't they all?

    anyway, what is the best machine? i want to get a good one, not one too small that things won't fit, and not one that breaks

    vagabond?
    big shot?
    xyron creatopia?
    others i don't know?

    can anyone help me………….lol i know you all can, you are the best advice out there!!

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    Snagg1
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      That is the question isn't it? I have a cuttlebug and really enjoy it. I know that a lot of people LOVE their Vagabond. I can't afford one right not or I would probably be raving about that too! LOL

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      Krissy
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        I'd say the cuttlebug or big shot….
        unless you can afford the vagabond which cuts things the others can't……

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          Erin, if you can afford the Vagabond, I say get it. Like the Big Shot or the Cuttlebug, it is limited to dies no larger than 6 across (that's just about everything out there except the new Spellbinders grands, 8 across). They all use plates of different depth from an inch or so to wafer-thin to make sandwiches of plates and dies or textures. The difference is that the Vagabond has a powerful motor rather than a hand crank so it can handle much thicker material like chipboard and multiple sheets of paper.
          I had an Epic 6 before this and loved it; I was able to buy the Vagabond at a real bargain price; otherwise I would have kept it.

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          Krissy
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            I just bought the Big Shot and love it!!!

            "Some cars look like they're going fast when they're standing still. The Camaro looks like it's going to beat you unconscious, put you in a silly hat, invite a couple of other Camaros over to take photos of you, then e-mail them to all your friends and co-workers. Call me crazy, but I like that in a car."

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            Krissy
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              Erin, if you can afford the Vagabond, I say get it. Like the Big Shot or the Cuttlebug, it is limited to dies no larger than 6 across (that's just about everything out there except the new Spellbinders grands, 8 across). They all use plates of different depth from an inch or so to wafer-thin to make sandwiches of plates and dies or textures. The difference is that the Vagabond has a powerful motor rather than a hand crank so it can handle much thicker material like chipboard and multiple sheets of paper.
              I had an Epic 6 before this and loved it; I was able to buy the Vagabond at a real bargain price; otherwise I would have kept it.

              Everything peggy said and more..love, love my vagabond!!!!!
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              Limited money Cuttlebug
              Lotsa money…Vagabond!!
              I have both and love both!!

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              I have a cuttlebug and a Grand Calibur. I love them both….

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              Krissy
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                Regina, can you use the Timmy Dies in the Grand Calibur?

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                  I have a cuttlebug – I got on ebay at a great price & love it.

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