So I wasn't planning on writing another review after finishing my last one back in June. I didn't even plan for all the ones that I did for the Silhouette SD, the Gazelle, and the Lynx. At that time, I couldn't decide which cutter should replace my Cricut and so I ended up buying my best three choices. I just thought that I could help someone like me, someone who was also looking for a cutter, by posting about my own personal experiences.
Writing the reviews took a lot of time but it was fun in the beginning. I fell in love with my Silhouette SD at first sight and I was amazed by its print-and-cut capabilities. I was excited and I couldn't wait to tell everyone how awesome it is. I was enjoying my new-found freedom from cartridges, with a cutter that I knew almost nothing of, and I was looking forward to reviewing the other 2 cutters on my list.
I am not going to go into details on what made me decide not to write any more reviews but as soon as I finished reviewing all three, I decided that I was done. Many of you have asked if I was going to review the Silhouette Cameo and the KNK Zing and I have said many times that I was not going to review these cutters in the same way as I did for the three that I have done. It was a different time and many of us were feeling lost and emotional. Quite frankly, I would rather be making cards than testing machines and I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings by giving a negative review on a cutter that they happen to love.
But all that was before I met the Cameo.
I will tell you right now that I am smitten. I have my Cameo for only a day but I already love it. And I am going to show you why.