Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Tutorial- Product Talk- Tips and Tools for Papercrafters

Here are some common tips and tricks shared by my fellow demonstrators: 

Adhesive Remover
This small and inexpensive tool is a must! Never worry about messy glue residue again with this great tool.You can remove unwanted adhesive (except tape) quickly and easily!

Builder Wheels
When rolling three wheels at a time, the middle wheel maygive stampers difficulty. If you’re having trouble getting a clear image, besure--first of all--that the wheels are well inked. Place your index finger ontop and in the middle; and you may even need to lay your free hand on top forextra pressure - much like larger stamps. 

Perfect Placement of Stamped Images
Use the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig to place animage exactly where you want it, every time. This handy tool allows for fastand precise stamp placement. 

White Gel Pen
Occasionally an older gel pen will appear to lose its steadyflow. If it still has liquid, you can clean the tip thoroughly with an alcohol wipe first.Also, try sitting on it for a few minutes! If your stamp space is cool or damp,the heat from your body will help the pen flow better!

Burnish Every Project
Your glue will have greater “staying power” if you flip over the layers and rub the back with a bone folder! It doesn’ttake much time, but it gives a longer-lasting effect.

Clear-Mount Stamp Storage
Save the large rubber piece from which you punch out theclear mount stamps. Return your stamps to their “place”--this way they willstay put in the case and you can see (at a glance) which ones are missing!

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