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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Chomas Creations Cricut Maker tools are coming your way!

These are on pre-order in my store and will be available to ship on or before October 12th.  I will keep you updated if they will be in stock sooner.  Preorder here
Since none of the old Chomas Creations tools fit into the new Cricut Maker, Chomas Creations has designed new ones special for the machine.
In case you haven't heard, there is more pressure for the cuts on the Maker for the blade side which is very exciting for the Chomas Creations engraving tip in this machine.  Look at some of the things I have played around with!






 Look how small this is!  And it is 24 gauge stainless steel!  I did a mulitcut of 4 on this one.  The design was very intricate but I wanted to see what the machine could do.

 This is anodized aluminum.  How cute and small is it?
 Just so you can see how small these are and the details that are on them!

A Chomas Creations adjustable marker holder which will hold up to 1/2 inch is also going to be available.  This will fit any marker up to 1/2 inch but most markers will not be centered in the holder. The Sharpie marker is the biggest marker that I have found that fits.  These are neon :)



The Chomas Creations adjustable pen holder is 3/8 inch in diameter and will center most gel pens (that don't have squishy grips).  These are Gelly Roll gel pens and have a metallic look to them!  


Notice the adjustable marker and pen holder both go in place of the plastic piece on the left side of the Maker.  To remove the piece you undo the clamp and push on the bottom while you pull on the top and it will release.  Slide in the adjustable holder and close the clamp.  Add a popcycle stick under the holder to adjust the height of the pen or marker and you are good to draw!





Like what you see? Leave a comment to let me know! Thanks Amy Chomas