Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Big Bite Crop a Dile Video How to

Here's the video I promised showing how to use the Big Bite Crop a Dile. I hope it's helpful to anyone wanting to learn more. I absolutely love my Big Bite and am so impressed with how it set these large shaped eyelets.Please leave me a comment and let me know your experiences with the Big Bite.Have a blessed day


7 comments:

Jeannie said...

Thanks for the great video. I too have a Big Bite that I have never used. Going to give it a try now.

Carol said...

Very nice video ... this will be especially informative for anyone that is considering investing in a big bite ... or even those that have one, but haven't quite mastered it yet. GREAT JOB!

B&NsMom said...

Just got mine yesterday...actually to repair my son's favorite leather belt. (Been wanting this for so long, but couldn't justify another large tool in my scrap space. Not to mention, it's my 3rd tool for punching & setting eyelets.)
Thanks for the video. You've definitely explained this well.
Now, I'm off to try it.
BTW, got this link from your post on the Cricut MB.
Thanks again.
MMP

Deanna said...

1. I have used mine to punch holes in old cd's and extra holes in a leather belt (punches like butter!!) more than in scrapping. I also used it when making shrinky dinks. I wanted the hols further in due to the shrinkage factor.

2. Per a youtube suggestion I superglued the rubber bits to the plastic feet - after one came off and I almost lost it!

Little GTO said...

What do I think about the video? I think I need to get my Big Bite out! Thanks for inspiring me.
Sharon L

Penny Duncan Creations said...

Great Video......I have one I've never used....I'll be getting it out and using it!!!! Hope you're having avery blessed day!!!

Anonymous said...

Love the video. I have a big bite I have never used, and I cannot find the instructions now.

I think when I got it, they were tiny instructions (VBG), because I have the one with the non-removable feet ; (

Where do you get all your (forgot the name)
of the things you use your big bite with?
marda