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Sunday, May 20, 2012

Making My Own Sketch Pen Holder

Necessity is the Mother of Invention, I've been told and today, I experienced it. I've been working with writing n my own hand writing to try out with the Silhouette Sketch Pens. I have plenty of them.

Today, when I went back,set up everything on my Cameo for sketching; I was so disappointed to learn they were not sketching very well. I had them for a while but, when I tested them on paper they were writing fine. Once I placed them into the Cameo they produced some pretty poor sketching results. I thought, perhaps there was something wrong with the cutting file I made out of my own hand writing but couldn't give up.

I decided after trying a couple of the old Silhouette Sketch pens to take another avenue and try something different. Staring at me were some Inc. Elementz metallic gel pens. I love these pens! I thought...hmmmm, how can I get these to work. I don't have a pen holder. The next thing I knew I was taking apart the non-working Silhouette Sketch pen , then I took apart the Inc. Elementz  metallic gel pens. Below is a picture of the various pens I tried using this method. The instructions are in the Sharing Nook on the left hand side of this page.


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