Saturday, June 6, 2009

New Video - Cricut Dan demos vinyl cutting on the Cricut

At the Great American Scrapbook Convention yesterday, Cricut Dan very graciously allowed me to video the demos he was giving! He did a fantastic job and his instructions were so clear. It was such a easy video to put together since he is so professional. Below, you can see the first in a series of videos starring Cricut Dan!



Cricut Dan is the owner of www.scrapbookcorner.com, as well as a store in California by the same name. They offer incredible customer service! I overheard two people talking in the booth about how Cricut Dan and his fabulous wife Shelley were going to deliver the new Life's A Beach cartridge to their hotel since the shipment hadn't arrived yet. TO THEIR HOTEL! WOW! Dan also owns the site www.scrapbookingtop50.com.

More videos featuring Cricut Dan will be released over the next several days including a demo showing how to weld in Design Studio and create a mosiac layout using your Cricut with Design Studio! You don't want to miss those - the mosiac one especially is amazing considering another booth was selling those for upwards of $10 a page. So, check back or become a follower to the blog so you don't miss out!

3 comments:

  1. Awesome video!!!! Thanks for sharing it with us and Dan Thanks for doing such a great demo... :)

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  2. I've been wanting to try vinyl but was a bit nervous. Plus I wondered about making something for my van. Now I'm ready to try this.

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  3. Thanks for that very good video. I too have been super nervous to try vinyl. However I think I might try to do it myself. Better than ordering from those companies and paying an arm and a leg for the ones you want. Awesome!!

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