I added the glue pen to the Chomas Creations adjustable pen holder in the Cameo. The key with the glue pen is to go sloooooow... So I turned the speed all the way down to 1, and the thickness down to 1 as well as the glue pen is a very wet pen. Notice how I am keeping the design to the left of the main rollers in my machine *2 (you will see the rollers when you click on send to Silhouette *1). You may also need to move over the rubber rollers on the bar in the Cameo as they can smear wet pens like the glue pen.
The glue comes out a light blue shade when it is wet, and turns clear when dry. Make sure it is dry when you chalk it up! I made mine into a card. The flower design was a studio download. The title I used a thin font from Lettering Delights called LDT sparkle. I didn't get the best picture as this is a light green chalk, but it looks really pretty in real life!
Want to know how I got the card to fold like that? Simple! Cut 2 of the shape you are going to use. On 1 of the shapes add a straight line like shown in the picture below. Make sure to turn on and off your cut settings when you do this. I added a stylus to the Chomas Creations adjustable pen holder to score the solid line. I did copy and paste in place the line 3 times, so it was scored 4 times with a thickness of 33 and a speed of 3.
Now you fold along your score line, use a bone folder to smooth the crease and a double sided sticky tape to glue the small part onto the back of your card!
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