Thursday, November 12, 2009
Several times in my commentary, I have mentioned my KNK. I have been asked "What is a KNK"?
Here is my explanation. The KNK stands for Klic-N-Kut. It is an electronic die cutting machine that connects to your computer. It comes with it's own Design Studio software that you produce your designs in and send to the cutter. Unlike the Cricut it does not require expensive cartridges, but you can make your own designs or buy ready made designs from numerous sources. The machine I have can cut up to 15" wide and unlimited lenght. It will cut chipboard, emboss, and engrave. It's one of my best investments.
Here is a picture of the machine;
If you wish to know more about this fabulous machine go to http://www.iloveknk.com/ and look around the site. Sandy McCauley, the owner of the site wrote the instruction manual and has many free videos on the use of the KNK.
I hope this answers your question.
Have a GREAT DAY!!!