Description:Crop-A-Dile set comes with a tool, case, and 400 large eyelets in 8 different metallic colors.
Newest Review: ... in the picture mine is actually pink and came in the matching pink carry case with a selection of eyelets so that you are ... more
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Customer Crop-a-Dile Reviews (5)
by - written on 05/07/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
One of my hobbies is card making and as such I am always trying to stop myself spending on bits and pieces to do with crafting! There are so many embellishments and tools to choose from but I told myslef that I could justify buying the Crop- a-dile because it seemed like a good investment that would last. What is a Crop-a-dile? The Crop-a-dile is a handheld tool which is held like a pair of pliers that is used to punch holes and set eyelets into things. Unlike the one in the picture mine is actually pink and came in the matching pink carry case with a selection of eyelets so that you are ready to go. This tool allows you to set eyelets of two ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/10 (Very useful, 100 readings)
If you've been kind enough to read any of my previous reviews then you'll know I'm into cardmaking & other crafts & am always on the lookout for items which will save me time. Last year I bought a Crop-a-dile from QVC as it was selling (on special offer) offer for around £15 plus p&p & they normally cost £20 here or even more elsewhere. It's as shown in the picture but also comes in a choice of pink or purple for those who really care about the colour of their tools! Initially I was pleased because it seemed a professional too, was well-packaged, sturdy & even came with 400 eyelets which was a bonus as these can be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I have been wanting a crop-o-dile for ages and ages, and couldn't justify it. Then, just before Christmas I decided to treat myself to one, and I will now give you the low-down on how I find it to use after two months. A crop-o-dile is an eyelet setter tool, something that crafters use quite often for cards or scrapbooks (men: these are like pretty rivetts I believe!). Eyelets come in all shapes and sizes. You need to punch a hole in some card, then pop your eyelet through the hole and "set" it i.e. splay the metal edges out. so that the eyelet is secure. You might use eyelets for decoration on cards, to hold bits of card together or to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
The Crop a Dile is such a useful craft tool for setting eyelets onto your cards and scrapbook projects. No more banging around with noisy eyelet setters, this is as quiet as a mouse! It comes with full instructions which are quite easy to understand and I got used to using it in no time. There are two sizes of holes it will punch, 1/8 of an inch and 3/16 of an inch. The most amazing thing about this is that it will punch through the thickest of card, chipboard and other materials like butter. I put an extra hole in a leather belt with no trouble whatsoever using this tool! The instruction leaflet that comes with it also tells you that it will punch ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10 (Useful, 18 readings)
I brought this tool as I love to make cards and really like dimension on my cards which the crop a dile allows me to incorporate. Its easy to use and extremely strong! It is useful for attaching delicate papers such as velleums (that you cant use glue on) and adding charms tec. it comes with a massive amount of eyelets i loads of different colours and has 2 size settings so you can make large or small holes. Although I like to use it for my crafting it has paid off used around the house too. I have used it on belts and have fixed my daughters epensive bag when the handle came apart. Its a surprsingly usefull tool to have round the house. This comes in pink ,green ... Read the complete review
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