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I borrowed my neighbor's for eyelet setting, and was wondering if anyone has used a Crop a dile to punch a hole in the edge of a bottle cap for a jump ring? I don't want to hurt hers, but thought some one on SCS has to have tried this.
I just tested one for you. The smaller 'holepunch' worked on an unflattened bottlecap edge (although it takes up alot of space, so you'd need to have thin embellishments on the inside - do you follow me?). I have always flattened my bottlecaps, and I purchased Europunch pliers from America to make a small hole for jump rings. Get back to me if you want to clarify anything.
I use my crop-o-dile Big Bite to punch holes in my flattened bottle caps. It goes through easily and caused me to actually use that thing for the first time in YEARS! I'd have to figure out where my regular crop-o-dile is to try it out.
As my best friend says, "Stamping....it's cheaper than therapy" to which I add, "Not by much".
My mom was the proud recipient of my first handmade card. Cost $200.