We R Memory Keepers Crop-a-Dile II Big Bite Punch, Aqua
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The old Provo Book Bindery emerged as one of the premier bookbinding and preservation resources in the United States. Rotating setting blocks and action setter help you do what you want to do without fumbling around for loose pieces.
Features a 6 Punching reach that allows you to PUNCH and set the accents at the centre of your 12 x 12 pages. New products are launched in the USA before they come to the UK so perhaps they have another tool that will work for you. The Rotating setting blocks and action setter will help you achieve your chosen look and ensure you won’t misplace any important pieces.
And so, while the Big Bite won't be replacing my original Crop-a-dile, the new Big Bite along with its brother, will have a permanent place on my shelf. Plus you push down rather than squeezing like the regular Crop-a-dile; I have big hands, but don't like the wide reach required to use it.I had difficulty lining up the punch mechanism as this design makes it more difficult to see the area. I have so many favorite tools – this is another, the Crop-A-Dile Big Bite II by We R Memory Keepers.
I know that when I tried out the mini blind tutorial, I was so glad to have the CAD - I wouldn't have enjoyed having to punch all those holes one a time, but the CAD went straight through the whole pleated blind. Items originating from areas including Cuba, North Korea, Iran, or Crimea, with the exception of informational materials such as publications, films, posters, phonograph records, photographs, tapes, compact discs, and certain artworks. I currently have the crop-a-dile and I think you video has finally made me take the plunge to go get the big bite.In the video you can see the difference in the reach between the regular Crop A Dile and the Big Bite. You are not tied into a contract which means if you change your mind, there are no cancellation fees. The wild success of the Crop-a-dile from We R Memory Keepers has prompted a new release from this company, the Crop-a-dile 2 Big Bite.
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. The only problem is getting the holes far enough down that the box will close over the tops of your ribbon rolls. This tool saves me about 5 minutes because I can punch a small enough hole through all the layers at once rather than doing it with an awl. Released just a few months ago for the CHA Anaheim 2008 show, this product looked exciting and able to take on all the limitations that the Crop-a-dile faced. The depth gauge demarcates the distances from the edge of the paper to which we’re going to drill up to 15,25 cm.A popular theme on the scrapbooking market is manufacturers always trying to come up with great new eyelet setting tools.