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We R Memory Keepers Crop-a-Dile II Big Bite Punch, Aqua

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I personally try to keep the inside of my card from clean or relatively so, so I don't put eyelets all the way through the the embellie and the card front. The Rotating setting blocks and action setter will help you achieve your chosen look and ensure you won’t misplace any important pieces. Although the big bite can set eyelets into any previously punched hole, the hole punch section of the Big Bite will not go as shallow as the Original Crop_A-Dile. You could make a box where you put the ribbon inside and don’t use dowels, like those squishy clear ribbon boxes with the holes all over it. I cut a long, narrow “U” shape in a piece (my piece was 3″tallX4″wide) of foam board about halfway down the height of my photo box.

Some months back, there was a thread where people listed their top ten favorite tools and many people put a Crop-A-Dile on that list. It was due to the extended flaps for the backpack bottom (for closing) that I could have used the Big Bite to make it easier (due to the longer reach). The feature I did find easier to use was the new orange plastic sliding ruler in the bite of the Big Bite. The lightweight tool comes with 340 gromlets in a variety of shapes and colours, plus a total of 12 designer gromlets in Frenzy and Party designs.I didn't realise there was a new one with a smaller grip; I know when the first one came out some people had trouble holding it, so if you have small hands it could be worth considering.

I'm enjoying this new Crop-a-dile 2 Big Bite now that I've had some time to get used to the new format.You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. I also find it great for punching holes in ribbon for putting a brad through - with ribbon like grosgrain or twill it's easier than trying to make a good hole with a knife blade.

I knew this was going to be good because of all the reviews, but I really didn't expect it to be THIS good. A popular theme on the scrapbooking market is manufacturers always trying to come up with great new eyelet setting tools.With the emergence of the wonderful art of scrapbooking and paper crafting, came the ever-increasing need for high quality, functional, and creative crafting products and tools. If you don’t have a photo box to test, you could try a shoe box, or you could stand cardboard next to your ribbon and cut the cardboard so that it’s 2-3 inches above the ribbon. You can use the Big Bite to punch through paper, of course, but also leather, fabric, plastic, thin tin, chipboard and lots more. If you need help remembering the correct combinations to use with each type of eyelet, the original Crop-a-dile on-line tip sheet can help you with that.

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