A Cricut in the Library

 This article was in the Rochester Public Library August newsletter.
The library is the proud owner of a new Cricut machine thanks to the generosity of Judy and Jim Sloan and the Friends of the Library. This machine cuts letters and shapes out of paper, vinyl, cardstock, etc. The photo below shows just one of the projects the Children’s staff accomplished with the machine. They cut out the letters that spell READ in 15 different languages on vinyl and placed the words on the windows facing the children’s area of the library. Janna, children’s librarian comments, “The machine is amazing, fun to use, with much potential.”


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