Now, several weeks later, I have made more cards than I've made in the past two years. The machine is fun, easy to use and produces professional looking results that still have a handmade touch to them.
The amount of time that I save not having to search for coordinating colors of cardstock and patterned paper is what I love. It's not that I don't enjoy doing that - I do. I love paper!! It's just the time factor...I have very little to spare. This machine saves me time and even though there is more cost involved for ink, the time saved allows me to enjoy creating and producing more projects. It works for me!
By using the layer option, the pre-made images can be broken down into individual pieces and from there the sky is the limit on what you can do with them. My example is my "Something To Crow About" card. I like the title, which was pre-made, but wasn't sure what to do for the main image. Just cutting two additional crows and increasing their size was a super easy solution.
I know my info is pretty basic, but that's what I am. A simple scrapper!! Lol. If I can figure out even the most elementary tricks I get very excited and I hope it will be info that will help someone else who may be techno challenged like me.
Thanks for looking! Talk to you all soon!