So on Friday, I cut those stencils, and I verified the fact that you don't actually need a mat to cut vinyl! The library only has a 12x12" cutting mat, and for my next project I needed to cut stencils that are 12x16". I just loaded the vinyl into the machine like I would have loaded the mat, and it worked.
Yesterday, I stopped by the library to do two quick cuts. I cut some decals for AKD,
This not having my own Cricut machine* is becoming tedious. I dream of the day when I can conceive an idea, design, and execute it, without having to pause for a trip to the library. Even more tedious, yesterday someone tried to kick me out of the iLab because the Cricut was making "too much noise." In her defense, she was there first. However, the Cricut is part of the iLab, so... I was almost done, so I just finished up and left, although I probably would have attempted to design and cut another decal if the
Next week, I might be cutting a decal for use in our gallery wall. I bought a frame yesterday, and I know just what I want to do with it, but it might take a bit of time to find a font that I like. Or I might take a break from cutting for a bit. I'm still a little bitter about the iLab incident.
* I checked with my favorite deal website, and Cricuts went on sale in July last year, so maybe I don't have too much longer to wait. I'm saving my pennies!