While watching this video give out a high-pitched, "Ahhhhhh....!"
I have always been a little intimidated to show others my scrap booking because I don't feel that I am very creative. A page in Rebecca's scrapbook usually take me about a week to finish and I am usually not that happy with it. I never seem to have the right embellishment or color combo, and I don't really like me own hand writing and don't have the energy to type it all out on the computer. Enter...the Cricut. Yes, I first saw it on an info-mercial, but then I did my research online and asked the scrap booking gooroos at school about it. I shopped around and Dan finally got me one on eBay. My scrap booking confidence has doubled and with only a little hesitation, I present a few of my pages. These each took about an hour to make. They are pretty simple, but I'm a pretty simple person too.
Sorry for the glare, I was too lazy to take them out of their plastic sleeves. The Cricut is a little pricey, but I think it's worth it if you use it a lot. You can also share cartriges with others and share the cost a little.