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Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Chomas Creations engraving tip in the Explore Air 2

Want to know something awesome all of you Cricut Explore owners out there?  YES you can ENGRAVE with an Explore!  I have been doing it for years with the Chomas Creations engraving tip!  I see it out there all the time that you can not, but I'm here to blow you away with what Nancy Puleo shared on the Facebook page Cricut Engraving with Cleversomeday.  And she was nice enough to let me share it with all of you!  You can find the engraving tip for the Explore here... Chomas Creations

Yes she did this with the Chomas Creations engraving tip and she did it in the Cricut Explore Air 2!  I'm guessing you are all as amazed as I am and now I'm finding more fun stuff to do with the Chomas Creations engraving tips!  This is on a piece of acrylic.  There is so much you can learn in the Facebook group Cricut Engraving with Cleversomeday so head on over as I'm still learning how to do it!  Kay of Cleversomeday offers an ebook for a very reasonable price to get you started as well as a very informative group.  There is also another group called Engraving Metals with the Cricut Maker (which of course you can use your Explore instead) that has a lot of good info and ideas as well.  Can you tell I'm giddy with excitement?  
Here is another project that Nancy engraved with the engraving tip in the Explore, she also mentioned that the photo doesn't do the project justice as it was a bit blurry.  But WOW!  Can you even imagine it in person?
Thanks so much Nancy for letting me post this on my blog as I'm sure my Explore users are going to be absolutely thrilled with these ideas!  And more!

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

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