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Pink Cricut Expression Electronic Cutting Machine

by Cricut
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Price: $322.00 + $13.49 shipping
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  • Cuts images from 0.25-inch up to 11.5-inch
  • Six modes and four functions offer greater customization of cuts
  • 12-Inch by 12-Inch Cutting mat included
  • Comes with the Pink Journey Solutions cartridge, Plantin SchoolBook font cartridge, and the Accent Essentials shape cartridge
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Pink Cricut Expression Electronic Cutting Machine + Cricut StandardGrip Adhesive Cutting Mat, 12 by 12, Set of 2 + Cricut 29-0002 Replacement Cutting Blades for Cricut Cutting Machines
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Product Details

Style: Expression | Color: Pink
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 11 x 22.9 inches ; 16 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B006NTX0HC
  • Item model number: 2001310
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (758 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,784 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Style: Expression | Color: Pink

Whether you are designing a scrapbook of your family vacation or making 200 wedding invitations for your best friend, the cricut expression easily ensures your creative possibilities are truly endless. The cricut expression precisely cuts letters, shapes, and motifs in impressive sizes using the 12-inch x 24-inch mat or the 12-inch x 12-inch mat. You can also create bigger die cuts for classroom decor, scrapbook layouts, signage, and so much more. Includes the pink journey solutions cartridge, plantin schoolbook font cartridge, and the accent essentials shape cartridge. The pink journey solutions cartridge was made for celebrating breast cancer awareness month. Support and encourage the brave women in your life with customized signs, cards, and more. Wear pink and celebrate courage with the pink journey solutions cartridge.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I just purchased the eclips machine the other day, I can't wait for it to arrive.
M. Telles
I've found that this machine is great for scrapbooking, school projects and fun projects around the house and I would recommend it to anyone.
Rebecca J. Crowder
When I have called the customer service at Provo Craft the "tech" did not know how to use the machine, and was not helpful.
P. Byrnes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

638 of 654 people found the following review helpful By riry on November 29, 2009
Style Name: ExpressionColor Name: Grey Verified Purchase
Expression vs. Slice
There is no comparison - if you can only get 1 machine get the expression - it's worth the extra money...why?
I have the Slice - that was my first machine (I got it 2 weeks ago) only because it had the designs I wanted (tags) and also had some cool accessories and it's my first die cut machine. You have to hold it down to use it, there aren't that many cartridges and if you wait for sales - they are both about the same $. If you need a machine to cut a couple of things here and there and go for the slice. (Read my Slice review for more details).

Expression vs. Personal
The personal cricut only cuts to 5.5" - and it's pretty much like the Slice - around the same price point as well. It does NOT compare with the capabilities of the Expression. Expression cuts in larger sizes, more feature - the LCD screen is more detailed, it's a far more sophisticated machine (think of composition notebook vs. laptop) - also spoke with a cricut user at a store - she said that the Personal wastes a lot of paper

Expression vs. Sizzix - I didn't even really look at the Sizzix, I get they're cheaper, and they have a lot of cartridges and they're cheaper...there's a reason why the machine and cartridges are cheaper - they're VERY BASIC (it's like comparing 3rd grade education to graduate school), reviews on the Sizzix weren't very "WOW" and if I'm going to invest $$ - I rather get something WOW - the functionality and capabilities of Cricut products (even the personal) is far superior than the Sizzix

Expression Features that makes this machine SUPERIOR:
Cuts 1/4" - 23.
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1,403 of 1,455 people found the following review helpful By P. Schmidt TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 10, 2012
Style Name: Expressions 2Color Name: Grey
I am writing this review from the perspective of a comparison between the Cricut Expression 2 and the Silhouette Cameo. My review is also approaching the application of these machines from a more industrial perspective, NOT from and arts & crafts perspective. In other words, what applications can inexpensive computer-controlled cutting machines be put to outside of the usual arts & crafts world, and how do the two most popular machines of that type compare in those divergent applications?

By Arts & Crafts, I am referring to applications that involve the usual 'hearts, flowers, puppy dogs, cupcakes' shape cutting. By Industrial, I am referring to other tasks such as cutting stencils for spray painting numbers on shipping crates, cutting gaskets, cutting of labels and industrial markers, cutting picture frame masks, and so on.

I have obtained and used both machines during the same time period. I have had extensive communications with both manufacturers, both in pre-sales discussions and in post-sales customer/technical support. If I mention a feature of a product, it is one that I have used and verified personally. If I mention a limitation of a product, it is one that I have experienced personally AND also discussed with the manufacturer to see if I was missing something and/or if there was a work-arounf or alternative way of achieving the goal.

Both machines will cut out shapes from sheets of flat materials under computerized control. Both machines are very similar in design and layout, and both work in the same mechanical fashion. Both machines are about the same size and can cut shapes from similar sized pieces of raw material.
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441 of 460 people found the following review helpful By M on August 19, 2008
Style Name: ExpressionColor Name: Grey
The Expression is an awesome machine! I have no cons about the machine itself. About the cutting mat, if it's too sticky, press a clean t-shirt down on the mat & peel it up to remove some stickiness. Simply pressing your clean hands on the mat will also remove excess stickiness and woks just as well. If the mat has lost stickiness, wash thoroughly with dish soap (Goo Gone might be needed) and dry thoroughly. Spray with Krylon Easy-Tack, let the Krylon dry thoroughly and, if needed, press & peel a clean t-shirt (or hands) to remove excess stickiness. Use a lint roller after cutting especially "linty" paper and after each session with your Cricut. The mats will last a really, really long time this way.

I'm sure Provo Craft does not recommend doing anything other than buying new mats, but those who've been using the Cricut since the beginning have found ways to work around the mat issue.

There are also software programs that are compatible with the Cricut that will allow you to cut the True Type fonts installed on your computer, as well as many other file types and designs. (Not Cricut Design Studio, but other, non-Provo Craft programs such as Sure Cuts A Lot and Make The Cut.) Google is your friend. ;)

I wish Provo Craft would release their own software that will allow Cricut users to cut our own fonts, but it hasn't happened (despite begging from customers).

Search the web for discussion boards with Cricut topics. There's a wealth of info out there, as well people who are excited about their machines and eager to help. :)
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