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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Baby Steps with Chomas Creations mini Sharpie holder

I think one of my fav parts of the mini Sharpie holder (besides the fact that it has a fine tip) is that there are 24 different colors of mini Sharpies available out there and I can always find a shade to match whatever project I'm doing!  Here is a simple layout of my little guy learning to walk (he is 4 now, eeeek!).  I drew the robot designs in Design Studio and layered them, and drew the little robot and gears with the Robotz cart on Quickutz metal sheets.  Then without removing the  mat, I changed out the mini Sharpie holder for the blade housing, and cut around them.  Super easy! 



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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love the layout.cant wait to get my mini gel pens. did you say you cut out the metal sheets w/ the cricut blade.what settings did you use and did it dull the blade. thanks K

WAM Family said...

Great Layout!!! I have the other mini gel pens, but use them. I might have to pull them out. LOL Need to find first. TFS

Amy K said...

Super cute - layout & baby!

Amy Chomas said...

K, yes I did cut it, it is a bit different of a metal and is made for die cutting machines. I used max pressure and blade depth of 6, and I use a blade I dedicate to cutting metal. Amy

aremus said...

He is 50 cute. Great lo. TFS 1.

Amanda