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    What are all the choices for Title Die Cut Machines? I know of Cricut, Pazzle. Pazzle is very expensive. Any thoughts and ideas out there? I need to find one but need to do the research. I will find someplace I can do a layaway plan. TIA
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    What are all the choices for Title Die Cut Machines? I know of Cricut, Pazzle. Pazzle is very expensive. Any thoughts and ideas out there? I need to find one but need to do the research. I will find someplace I can do a layaway plan. TIA
    alicia

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    Do you know anyone who can cut it for you for a small fee? And what about using stamps instead? Much cheaper.
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    I am in a High tourist area and think that the title cuts would sell. Kind of like them buying a Post card.
    thank you for your feedback

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    HI stormy-
    Are you looking for your self or to sell to make extra money? The cricut is nice but not all the letter are connected. like you would have to write out "TEXAS"(example) it would not be one piece but 5 different letters. you could cut them out and put the letters in a bag and sell it that way. I am not a member on the board just yet. but if you need something cut i will be happy to cut it for you... a lot better the buying them online. but the cricut also give you a lot of shapes and different sizes. so you could sell a party pack.. what ever. I'll check back in a few days to see if you need anything..

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    Thx. Yea I need them to sell. I prefer the words all together. The Pazzle is a nice machine but geez is it expensive.

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    I would look into the Xryon Wishblade and it's competitor (basically the same machine) the CraftRobo. Both have higher upfront costs, but you don't need to buy anything else (dies or cartridges). You can also connect all the letters.

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    My good friend is suppose to be sending me some samples from circut. She got an early bday present from a friend. It was the circut.
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