Thursday, April 19, 2012

Thursday Tutorial with FCCB- TBBM2 with Scoring Tool

Holly here with another Thursday Tutorial.    This week I'm sharing a video tutorial, actually 2 video's from Kimberly over at   My Craft Spot.  

You guys know Kimberly and if you don't you really need to!  She's always making great projects and tutorials.  I wanted to share a recent video she posted using Tags, Bag, Boxes and More 2. 




When TBBM2 first came out, I quickly jumped on the Cricut Bandwagon to purchase it.  I then came to find out that it would of been alot more helpful if  I would of purchased the scoring blade along with the cartridge   Cha-Ching....back to ebay I went to buy the scoring blade.

I have to mention that in my quick jump to purchase TBBM2, I've only made one project from it.   I did purchase the scoring blade and tried to use it for another project that I really messed up.  The whole project was a big mess since I didn't know what I was doing with the tool and I was trying to use  my Gypsy and blah, blah blah....the score blade was thrown in a drawer and it would be been really helpful if I had Kimberly's scoring video back then. 





Like most of the tutorial's I bring you each week, I like to give them a try myself but thanks to Mr. Strep Throat and Ms. Ear Infection running ramped though my house this week, I didn't have the time....Sigh.   Anyways, we're all on the mend here, the crafting block has been lifted so next week I hope to have a project to share. 

I hope you take the time to head over to  My Craft Spot to check out more of Kimberly's projects.






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5 comments:

  1. Thanks saving this for when my scorer arrives. I have my cart so ready to go.

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  2. Thanks Holly for coming through with that video tutorial...well done and I'm having a great time making them!
    Creative Wishes,
    Claire
    www.scrapmyway.blogspot.com

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  3. Thamk you for taking your time and sharing this tutorial.I purchased TBBM2 and blade but had a Lil issue with understanding.Now I do not.I am going to practice.TFS
    http://craftingwithcreativem.blogspot.com

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  4. Thanks for featuring my tutorial, Holly!

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  5. Thank you so much for the tutorial on the TBBM2 tea cup. This is one of my fave carts and I have been having so much fun with it. I have not made the tea cup yet, so I'm excited to do this cut and the tips will help tremendously I'm sure. THANKS AGAIN!

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