Sunday, July 27, 2008

Crop-A-Dile Instructions


The Dusty Stampers classes last week were so much fun. These classes are a great way to use your stamps and supplies that might be getting a little dusty from not being used. The July bonus project was this little box. One of the items that we used was the Crop-A-Dile to punch through two layers of corrugated paper and to set a jumbo eyelet.

To set the jumbo eyelet, I looked at the instructions that are on the back of the package. This is something that is easy to lose so I thought I would post the instructions here. Also, on my newer model, the eyelet setter is marked to show you which side goes on the top of the eyelet and which side goes on the bottom. If you don't have those markings, the top of the eyelet goes on the same side as the smaller hole punch. If you'll click on the instructions, a larger image will appear so you can read them more easily.




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Creatively yours,

Sharon Cheng
Richland Hills, TX
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2 comments:

Kristen said...

Thank you so much for posting these instructions! My crop-a-dile did not include the instructions (even though it stated on the packaging that you should refer to the included instructions to determine which settings to use). I've just printed your copy out and can now use my new toy...you're a lifesaver!

cheng1170 said...

You are welcome, Kristen. Enjoy using your Crop-a-Dile.

The funny thing is that I can never find my own set of instructions. So I end up coming to this post to figure out which combination to use myself! LOL

Sharon