Amy Chomas Pen Holders ...anyone?

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Re: Amy Chomas Pen Holders ...anyone?

Postby MsWipz » Sun Jun 14, 2015 4:58 pm

mhunt67 wrote:
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MsWipz wrote:http://www.amychomas.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=24&zenid=sqsd3po4i34r3rudh33dvqll35

These are the ones I have, but she has adapters for allsorts of things and other products too.. if anyone is interested in them maybe I could email her and see if she'd be willing to do a group order discount. Some places do that for groups, some don't .. never hurts to ask :)



Wow that would be great if she did a group order discount. I have heard nothing but good things about her pens holders.
I personally do not have one.
I did however run across a lady that makes a very simple holder out of 1/2 inch PCV pipe and puts a set screw in the side.
I have one but have not used it yet. It is very simple and ir really opens up the list of what pens you can use.


If you want a real fine line writing the Pilot Precision V5 pens work great in the Explore
http://www.amazon.com/Pilot-Precise-Multicolor-Rollingball-Pens/dp/B002K9IAF6/ref=sr_1_30?ie=UTF8&qid=1434244313&sr=8-30&keywords=pilot+precise+v5

Here is a card I used the V5 pens on
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Some of the Crayola makers work too

Do you have the contact information for the person that made it out of the PVC, or should I just order the pen holder from the other seller?


If you aren't in an urgent hurry for that pen holder/s and decide to get Amy's.. let me know.

She can't do a "group discount" but she did say she could offer a discount code for forum members. I planned to get more details off her when I get a minute. Alternatively she has a June 15% discount code already active on her site and I think I shared that in the retail therapy section.

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Re: Amy Chomas Pen Holders ...anyone?

Postby NanaDonna » Sun Jun 14, 2015 5:55 pm

mhunt67 wrote:
NanaDonna wrote:
MsWipz wrote:http://www.amychomas.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=24&zenid=sqsd3po4i34r3rudh33dvqll35

These are the ones I have, but she has adapters for allsorts of things and other products too.. if anyone is interested in them maybe I could email her and see if she'd be willing to do a group order discount. Some places do that for groups, some don't .. never hurts to ask :)



Wow that would be great if she did a group order discount. I have heard nothing but good things about her pens holders.
I personally do not have one.
I did however run across a lady that makes a very simple holder out of 1/2 inch PCV pipe and puts a set screw in the side.
I have one but have not used it yet. It is very simple and ir really opens up the list of what pens you can use.


If you want a real fine line writing the Pilot Precision V5 pens work great in the Explore
http://www.amazon.com/Pilot-Precise-Multicolor-Rollingball-Pens/dp/B002K9IAF6/ref=sr_1_30?ie=UTF8&qid=1434244313&sr=8-30&keywords=pilot+precise+v5

Here is a card I used the V5 pens on
Image

Some of the Crayola makers work too

Do you have the contact information for the person that made it out of the PVC, or should I just order the pen holder from the other seller?



Her name is Cathy something sorry I don't remember, but if I find it I will pass it along I have it around here somewhere.

WELL....just found it as I was typing this here email is cathys1951@gmail.com it was $5 and included shipping.
She also included instructions.

So sorry didn't mean to hi-jack this thread about the Chomas holder

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Re: Amy Chomas Pen Holders ...anyone?

Postby MsWipz » Sun Jun 14, 2015 5:59 pm

No problem... Everyone has different needs and budgets :) I'm just happy to help out everyone who may not know they can get adapters and extras for their machines.


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