Cricut Summer in Paris cart...3D eiffel tower...Help!
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PeaNut 419,965
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Posted: 1/28/2013 6:36:34 PM
We're using this for some table decorations for prom this year. Or trying has me stumped. There's a 3D eiffel tower 1 and 3D eiffel tower 2 you can cut. Do you use both, or one or the other? And how the heck do the sides stay together? I've tried googling to no avail....Anyone who has used this - help!

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PeaNut 576,951
January 2013
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Posted: 1/28/2013 6:59:01 PM
You can use one, the other or both. You have to cut 2x the 2 towers, for a total of 4 towers, and glue each tower to another by the side. You could use the one with intricate details alone, the base alone (less pretty), or the intricate glue on the base (prettier but need more time).
I hope this help.


PeaNut 541,890
February 2012
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Posted: 1/28/2013 7:05:55 PM
I haven't used it and a youtube search pulled up nothing.

I'm looking at it in Craft Room right now -- and it seems like 1 is a lace style cut and 2 is plain. And each one only cuts two sides, so you would need two copies of whichever you choose. Or you can cut the plain one and the lace one and back the lace one with the plain one to give it strength.

Hope this helps.

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PeaNut 251,639
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Posted: 1/28/2013 7:13:07 PM
The lace goes on top of the plain... It turns out great.

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