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Wednesday
Jun262013

IN MY TOOLBOX / XYRON STICKER MACHINE

I discovered Xyron sticker machines after J was born (ten years ago!) and I remember thinking it was one of the best inventions ever! And the funny thing is I thought everyone knew about Xyron sticker machines until I started teaching Packaging 101 workshops. So although many of you might already know about them, I will be satisfied if I have enlightened just one person about the wonders of the Xyron sticker machine. The Xyron sticker machine comes in a variety of sizes. You can put fabric, paper, and various flat materials through the Xyron and an adhesive will be applied to the back of the material. I use it a lot for paper crafting by making paper cut outs in to stickers. I've also used it to with fabric scraps to make little gift toppers like this and my boys like to turn their little drawings in to stickers. If you don't have a Xyron sticker machine in your craft toolbox, I highy recommend one!

Reader Comments (2)

I am that one person you've enlightened, Sally! Thank you! I can even get one here in Germany! :D

07.10.2013 | Unregistered CommenterAlex

ALEX // Hooray! You will love it! :)

07.10.2013 | Unregistered CommenterSALLYJSHIM

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