Hi everyone, and welcome to another Flashback Friday!!
Today, we are looking at that handy little crop-a-dile that’s been around for years- and is still one of those tools that should be in every scrap room!
In my video I also mentioned that I would list the TOP and BASE cube combinations for the common settings– so here they are:
Standard Eyelets: A3
Standard Snaps: B3
Oversized Eyelets: C1
Misc. and square shaped embellishments: D1
Here is the combination chart to look at if none of your embellishments fall into the top category. This chart does come with your tool, but sometimes we misplace those :).
A. 3/16 inch eyelet setter- for all standard and oversized eyelets
B 1/8 inch round snap setter. Dish shaped for all 1/8 inch round standard snaps.
C 1/8 inch eyelet setter. For all 1/8 inch standard and oversized eyelets.
D Flat Setter. For all oversized, misc. and square shaped metal embellishments and snaps
1 Large/Extra Large Eyelet and Snap Flare- for all 3/16 inch standard, oversized and misc eyelets and snaps
2 Medium Eyelet and Snap Flare- for other nonstandard, oversized and misc eyelets and snaps
3 Small Eyelet and Snap Flare- For all 1/8 inch standard, oversized and misc eyelets and snaps
4 Cone shaped Flare- for snaps and eyelets where the eyelet tube is not completely hollow and for other misc cast metal eyelets and snap shapes.