Simple Scrapbook Techniques – Tags

scrapbook tag Simple Scrapbook Techniques   Tags

 

scrapbook tag handmade Simple Scrapbook Techniques   Tags The use of tags has become a chosen embellishment for use on scrapbook pages by many scrapbook crafters.  Tags represent a great way to extend and enhance the function ability of your pages.  They can become their own mini-page on your page.  Tags allow for the addition of photographs, captions, decorative mats, journaling, page titles and much more . . . let your creative juices flow.

Tags can be purchased ready made, or you can cut them from templates–as well as create them freehand.  There are die-cuts too to help you make needed tags.scrapbook tag ready made Simple Scrapbook Techniques   Tags They can be made from paper, wood, fabric, card stock, metal, sponge, press-board, or other craft materials you can easily cut.

Shapes of tags are primarily: rectangle, square, oval and round, but are not limited by these boundaries.  Your own imagination will create the right tag for the right project.  Tags can be various sizes: small, medium and large–depending on what your specific need is.  They should be so large as to overpower your page, however.

Pre-cut tags can be purchased and your favorite craft or scrapbook outlet, or from a supplier online.  There is a myriad of colors, shapes and sizes to choose from.  You’ll just have to do some looking.

scrapbook tag fasteners Simple Scrapbook Techniques   TagsTags are easy to attach to your scrapbook page projects.  Use staples, fibers, ribbons and brads to name a few special ways to affix your tags to your pages.

You can keep them plain–for journaling, or gussy them up some to add to a photo you may be using, or as a simple embellishment of its own.  The uses for tags is limited mostly by your own imagination.

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Eyelete Setters for Scrapbooking

While eyelets have been around for what seems ions of time, they have on recently become a standard fixture for scrapbook and personal card crafters. We have the newest innovations in eyelet tools to thank for this evolution. The hand crimp eyelet setter, while useful for many applications, has limits because of the lack of being able to set eyelets much beyond factions of an inch from the border.

Our newest iterations of the eyelet and punch setter tools has expanded our capacity to place eyelets just about anywhere we choose on our scrapbook pages and personal cards. Having one of these versatile tools in your menagerie of helps is almost a no brainer. There are three eyelet products that should be able to accommodate your crafting needs:

Clikit from Karen Foster Design

clikit eyelet setter Eyelete Setters for Scrapbooking 

Now you can set eyelets, punch holes and emboss–quietly–with the help of Karen Foster Design’s Clikit multi-purpose spring action tool. This patent pending tool provides the same pressure as a hammer, but you only have to press Clikit’s handle.

Clikit comes with ten (10) interchangeable tips–including a duel tip; lacing tip; an eyelet splitter tip; an eyelet rounder tip; a piercing tool; six (6) hole punching tips (from 2 mm to 5 mm in diameter); a starter set of two (2) sie of eyelets; a punch pad; and complete instructions–all in a custom wooden box. Additional embossing alphabets and six icon sets can be purchased separately.

How to set an eyelet using the Clikit Tool:

  • Place you item to receive the eyelet on the setting mat that comes with the tool kit.
  • Select the appropriate size tip for making the needed hole to receive the eyelet.
  • Place the tool on the item you’re punching the hole in– where you want the hole to be and press down on the toll handle until you hear the click of the completed punch.  For thick or layered items you’ll want to keep the tool in place to allow for another push on the tool to complete the hole through all the material.  You may have to do this a couple of times to complete the hole.
  • Select the eyelet you wish to use and place the eyelet into the hole you’ve just created with your Clikit Tool.  Holding the eyelet in place, flip your material over and rest it on your setting mat.
  • Change the hole making tip in your Clikit Tool to one of the two eyelet setting tips.
  • Place the tool with the new tip down onto  the backside of the eyelet protruding through your hole and press down on the tool until you hear the click.  You may need to set the tool more than once to spread the eyelet open (securing your project with the eyelet).

In addition to setting eyelets, you can emboss metal  and stitch–just follow the instructions provided.

Instant Setter from Making Memories

eyelet setter mat box set Eyelete Setters for Scrapbooking

Instant Setter from Making Memories is an easy tool to use. The Instant Setter has a magnetic head for easy tip changes and an adjustable tension control.

The kit includes:

  • 3 hole punch tips
  • 4 setting tips (punch and setting tip sizes are: 1/16, 1/8, 3/16)
  • A cone tip that works with the Stamping Set (for paper or ribbon weaving and corner slot punching)
  • A setting mat, and
  • An adjustable spring loaded setting handle/tool with tension control for easy hole punching and eyelet setting.
  • All of these components come in a tin storage container.

Silent Setter from Provo Craft

silent setter Eyelete Setters for Scrapbooking 

Provo Craft’s Slient Setter Hammerless Eyelet Tool Set will help you papercrafters set eyelets without the bother and noisy process of pounding your setter to set eyelets. Now all you need to do is push and twist the selected punch tip through your project to create a hole. With the magnetized tips, changing to an appropriate sized setting tip is simple and quick. After creating your hole and inserting your chosen eyelet simply give a push down on your tool with the setting tip to secure the eyelet.

Provo Craft’s Silent Setter Hammerliess Eyelet Tool Set includes:

  • The Silent Setter Tool
  • Three (3) sizes of punch tips
  • A mini craft mat
  • 50 eyelets in assorted colors
  • A zippered carrying case (measures: 2-1/2″ by 5-1/4″ by 10-3/4″inces).

 

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Scrapbooking Retreats

Getting Away to Scrapbook and Create Personal Cards

Just about every serious scrapbook and personal card crafter has considered sneaking off to a secluded dedicated place where they can get totally engrossed in there crafting. Retreats are one way to get away to do just that. There are advantages and disadvantages to going to a retreat to work on your craft. Here are some tidbits of the why’s and why nots:

Reason to go to a retreat:

  • The Prime reason to go to a retreat would be to engage in your scrapbooking craft by removing distractions at home.
  • The opportunity to be around others with similar interests:
    • The chance to share talent and information with others, and
    • To learn new techniques and tips from others.
  • The chance to see, and perhaps use, new tools and supplies, in addition to sharing what you may have to offer.
  • Perhaps the chance to see and experience other sites and activities where the retreat is located–a mini-vacation.
  • Not having to worry about preparing food or taking care of housekeeping chores.
  • Opportunity to participate in classes to learn more.

Reasons Against A Retreat:

  • Cost
  • Time – requires too much time, or not enough time based on your needs.
  • Location is not where you’d like to go–too close or too far away.
  • Number of participants–too few or too many.
  • Lack of services, tools and supplies, which might require you to have to take more than you would want to take.
  • Lack of classes or learning experiences.

Other Considerations:

Be sure you understand what is being offered by the retreat.  What services are provided for your fee:  Food, lodging (private room or dorm style–where you may have to bring your own bedding, etc.), supplies and tools they offer to use–or do they rent them, and are there items for sale?  Where is the retreat located–is it close to an airport if you’re flying, and do they offer pick-up service or do you need to rent a car?  What are their group rates (and the minimum number to create a group-you may want to do this to reduce costs)?

Be sure to understand the “fine print” when signing up.  The primary concern would be the cancellation costs should that be necessary.

By-all-means be sure to correspond with the retreat by phone or email to ensure you have all the details clear in your mind.

Assuming you’ve decided going to a Scrapbooking Retreat is the thing for you, where do you go.  First, check with your local scrapbook supply stores.  They often have listings of retreats in you area.  IF you are looking for sites in other states, here are a few links to retreats you may want to consider:

This list is not all inclusive, but should get you started on your search for a retreat or event that will suit your needs.

Geographic Location

Website Links

 
 
 
 

 

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United States

 

Scrapbook Retreat Directory
Scrapbooking-Directory
CK Scrapbook Events and Conventions
Scrapbook EXPO
 
 
 
 

 

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Alabama

 

Paper Crafter’s Corner
Backpage.com
Magnolia Park Retreat
 
 
 
 

 

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Alaska

 

 Alaskan Leopard
Alaska Highland Glen
 
 
 
 

 

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Arizona

 

My Scrapbook Retreat
Sedona Scrapbooking Retreats
Two Peas in a Bucket
 

 

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Arkansas

 

Scrapbook Patch
The Scrapbook Attic and More
Croppin Train
Sassy Scraps
 

 

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California

 

Scrapbook Crops and Events
Fullerton CM Scrapbook Meet Up
Wrightwood Guest Ranch
Scrap-N-Away
Scrapin’ Escapes
Meet-ups Scrapbooking Retreats
Camp Get Away
Crop Til You Drop
 

 

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Canada

 

Crop Across Canada
Unique Country Retreat
The Art House Studio (Home of Scrapbooking Retreats and Crops)
Memory Workshop
Scrapbook Crops
 

 

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Colorado

 

Scrappy’s Retreat
My Scrapbook Retreat
Stamping To See You
 

 

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Connecticut

 

Captain Stannard House
Celebrate Memories
Scrappetizer
See Also New England Scrapbook Retreats
 

 

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Delaware

 

Cropology.com – Wilmington, DE
See Also Mid-Atlantic Scrapbook Retreats
 

 

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Florida

 

All Seasons Scrapbook Resort
Hypolita Villa
Nana’s Scrapbook Retreat
CK Scrapbook Convention – Jacksonville
Scrapbook EXPO
PaperCrafter’s Corner – Florida
 

 

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Gulf States (Highlighted in Red)

 

Scrap Camp
Gulfcoast Stampers and Scrappers – Naples
Scrap & Paper Corner
HobNob Gulf Shores
 

 

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Georgia

 

Camp Crop Alot
The Croppin Cabin
Scrappin Cabins
Legacy Lodge Scrappin Retreats
 

 

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Hawai

 

No Current Posted Retreat Offerings
 

 

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Idaho

 

Down-at-a-Hot Springs
Winchester Lodge
 

 

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Illinois

 

Let’s Get Croppin
The Paper Doll House
River House
Heart and Soul Memories
A Passion for Scrappin
 

 

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Indiana

 

In At Windmere
Crop-A-Doodle_Do
Girls Night Inn
Memories Retreats Bed & Breakfast
Michelle’s Memory Loft
Bear-Scrap Retreat
 

 

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Iowa

 

PJ’s and Pigtails
Craft Cottage
Iowa Regular Baptist Camp
 

 

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Kansas

 


Wishes of the Heart
Maple Memories Craft House
The Scrapbook Inn
 

 

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Kentucky

 

Scrappers Getaway
Scrapbook Memories
Hummingbird Hills Retreat
Around the Corner Scrapbooking Retreats
 

 

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Louisiana

 

Camp Crop A Lot
Pine Lily Retreat
The Acadiana Croppers
Memory Mania
 

 

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Maine

 

Point Sebago
Camp Cedarbrook
White Cedar Inn
 

 

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Maryland

 

Cropmania
Ocean Retreats
All-day and Weekend Scrapbooking Events
Creative Crops
 

 

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Massachusetts

 

Scrap-A-Way
SBV Scrapbook Events
Crazy For Croppin
Heirloom Pro
 

 

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Michigan

 

Memory Makers Retreat
Great Scrapbook Events
Quick Quotes Private Reserve Weekend
The Gathering Place White Lake
Scrap Palace of Romeo
 

 

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Mid-Atlantic States (Highlighted in Blue)

 

Creative Expressions
Get Croppin
Scrapatoulas Street
 

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Minnesota

 

Duluth Scrapbook Retreat
Breezy Meadow Retreat
Forest Haven Retreat
Skyline Vacation Rental
The Pine City Scrapbook Company
Craft Directory
 

 

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Mississippi

 

Mid South Scrappers
Crop Connection
 

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Missouri

 

Koinania Valley Ranch
Scrapbook Generation
Just Croppin
 

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Montana

 

Priceless Scrapbooks Etc
Wispering Pines Retreat
Lake Ellen Camp
 

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Rocky Mountain States

 

Mountains and Memories
The Gingerbread Cottage
D’Arcy’s Heavenly Retreats
Tintic Goldminers Inn
 

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Nebraska

 

Scrap-A-Teers
Calvin Crest Camp
Scrapping U.S.A
 

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Nevada

 
Rubber Stamp and Scrapbook Expo
Papercrafter’s Corner of Utah & Idaho
Scrap Crackle Crop
 

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New England States

Crazy for Croppin – Cape Cod
The Quail Hollow Inn – Chester, Vermont

Austin Hill Inn – Mount Snow, Vermont
Celebrate Memories New England Scrapbook Weekend – West Greenwich, Rhode Island
 

 

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New Hampshire

 

Camp Spofford
 

 

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New Jersey

 

Ain’t She Crafty
Scrapitizer’s “Cream of the Crop”
N J Crop Weekends
 

 

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New Mexico

 

The Inspired ReTreat
 

 

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New York

 

Paper Angel Craft RetreatsCrop A Lot
New York Scrapbooking Retreats
Meet-ups Queens Sassy Scrappers Group
 

 

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North Carolina

 

CropCircles Nationwide Scrapbook RetreatsThe Country Crop Retreat
Scrappin Cabins
Matthews Manor B&BElite Scrapbooking Retreat
 

 

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North Dakota

 

Dakota GetawayCrystal Springs Baptist Camp
 

 

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Ohio

 

A Crop For All Seasons
Zane Trace Inn and Craft Farm
Stratton House Inn
Leaving A Legacy Retreats
My Hobby Farm Retreat
 

 

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Oklahoma

 

Scrappin Pad
Retreat Inn
 

 

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Oregon

 

Scrappy Chicks Scrapbook Retreats
East Sode Scrappers Scrapbook Retreats
Scappoose Creek Inn
Scrap and Paper Corner (CK Srapbook Convention)
 

 

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Pennsylvania

 

Hobby House Retreat
Scrap and Paper Corner (CK Srapbook Convention)
Fancy That Scrapbook
Denise’s Crop Cave and Scrapbook Retreats
Local Memories of Lancaster
 

 

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Rhode Island

 

Rhode Island Scrapaway
Celebrate Memories
Cropitopia Get-A-Ways
 

 

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South Carolina

 

Got Memories
Scrapbook Cottage
Scrappy Angles
 

 

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South Dakota

 

The Prairie House Manor
Lutheran Outdoors in South Dakota Retreats
Meet Up Retreat – Souix Falls
Meet Up Retreat – Coleman
 

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Tennessee

Mama Bear’s Scrapbooking Retreats
Wispering Winds Scrapbook Retreat
Petticoat Junction Retreat House & Scrapbook Haven
Scrappin In The City
Wispering Winds Scrapbook Retreat
 

 

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Texas

 

Scrap HappyLone Star Retreat and Events Center
Scrapbook Heaven
The Scrapbooking Factory
Crop-Paper-Scissors
Thelma & Louise’s Scrapbook Retreats
Scrap & Paper Corner CK Convention
Rockin Retreat & Event Center
 

 

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Utah

 

D’Arcy’s Heavenly Scrapbook Retreats
Paper Crafters Corner of Nevada and UtahRed Rooster Scrapbook Barn Retreat
Tintic Goldminers Inn
Digital Scrapbook Memories
Creative Cutter Room
 

 

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Vermont

 

The Quail Hollow Inn
Savory Memories – a gourmet paperpcraft retreat
Mountain Meadows Lodge
 

 

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Virginia

 

Virginia Scrapbook Retreats
Scrappin Retreat
Blue Ridge Creative Retreat
Orchard House
 

 

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Washington

 

Fogcreek Lodge
Soaring Eagle Lodge
Meet Up at Hip 2b Square
 

 

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West Virginia

 

Scrap Camp
3 Cheeky Chix
Heavenly Scrapbooking Retreats
 

 

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Wisconsin

 

Green Haven Retreat
Bridge Creek Cottage
The Scrapbook Manor
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Wyoming

 

No Current Posted Retreat Offerings
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CutterPillar Pro Paper Trimmer/Cutter

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CutterPillar™ Pro

The new products for scrapbook, personal card makers and paper crafters never seems to end.   Here is one of the newest of the paper cutter/trimmers on the market.   Here are some of the details on this newest cutter:

  • Lightweight aluminum construction for strength with soft rubber feet to lessen the cutter’s movement, and to protect table top surfaces.
  • There is a storage drawer  that will accommodate 12″ paper, extra batteries, or other items of your choosing.
  • Will trim a full 12″ sheet of paper down to even the smallest scrap safely and effortlessly.
  • There is a powerful LED light track which illuminates the cutting edge for accurate cuts (even double sided or up-side-down).
  • This cutter provides the best of both worlds with a gear driven rotary blade which passes smoothly by a stationary blade for clean cuts through nearly any paper stock.

Some additional general comments about this cutter/trimmer that may be useful for scrapbook and paper crafters:

The grid calibration markings on the cutting table measure only down to 1/4″ which some crafters may find a detraction.  Going down to 1/8″ markings would increase its functionality and accuracy for certain cuts.  That having been said, the CutterPillar™ Pro cuts smoothly.  You don’t need to put excessive pressure on the blade to cut–just glide the cutter along the cutting bar.  The back lighting is a nice feature to help you see where pieces you have cropped off went.  (The LED back light is powered by 5 AA batteries.) The construction of the cutter provides for a great deal of safety when cutting because so little of the blade is exposed to where a finger could be injured.  (The trimmer blade is on one side and a plastic housing on the other with very little of the cutting blade showing.)   This cutter/trimmer produces very clean cuts.  The drawer on the underside is a useful storage area for extra paper, scissors, etc.  There is a built-in handle on the box the cutter comes in for handy carrying. A great value for the price.

cutterpillar pro carrying case CutterPillar Pro Paper Trimmer/Cutter

Should you feel the need to have one of these super scrapbook cutting tools – click here!

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Scrapbook Tools from Imaginisce

Paper crafters, whether your creating scrapbook pages, special invitations or handmade cards you are always looking for ways to add embellishments, a special touch of class, to your works.  imaginisce logo Scrapbook Tools from Imaginisce brings you several wonderful tools to help you with your many craft projects.  Each tool has a specific use and are easily managed.  They are petite and ergonomically designed for comfortable handling.

For details on each tool simply click on the image below.

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i-top Brad Tool

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i-rock Cordless
Hot Fix Bling Tool

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i-bond Cordless
Mini-glue Gun

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d-stress Cordless
Sanding Tool

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Petal Roller Tool
(Stylus end – Slotted end)

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Scrapbook Petal Roller Tool by Imaginisce

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Paper crafters, whether your creating scrapbook pages, special invitations or handmade cards you are always looking for ways to add embellishments, a special touch of class, to your works.  With this wonderful tool that opportunity is easily possible.  The Petal Roller Tool from imaginisce logo Scrapbook Petal Roller Tool by Imaginisce is double-ended with a stylus on one end and a slotted rod on the other (5 mm ball and quilling tip).  The thin, or slotted, end is the perfect tool for making tight paper curls–perfect for use with imaginisce logo Scrapbook Petal Roller Tool by Imaginisce Roly Rosies and Pop-up Posies paper flower die-cuts.  The broader, or ball, end will make delicate curls on petals and leaves, or where ever you want a subtle curl . . . using the slotted end you can then roll them in on themselves.  If you’d like to purchase one of these super quilling tools, and what paper crafter wouldn’t,  just click on the image above to take you to a well priced dealer.

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i-top Scrapbook Brad Tool by Imaginisce

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Paper crafters, whether your creating scrapbook pages, special invitations or handmade cards you are always looking for ways to add embellishments, a special touch of class, to your works.  With this wonderful tool that opportunity is easily possible.  The i-top from imaginisce logo i top Scrapbook Brad Tool by Imaginisce helps transform an ordinary brad into that custom accent you may want in just 2 easy steps.  All you have to do is place your chosen brad (16mm and 22mm) where you want it on your paper and give this fantastic tool a little squeeze.  You now have made, via a simple process, a brad to add elegance to your works.  This versatile tool comes equipped to make 16mm and 22mm brads, but can make 28 mm brads when you purchase the large carriage (Imaginisce item 001310).  If you’d like to purchase one of these specialty tools, and who wouldn’t, click on the image above.

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i-rock Scrapbook Heat Setting Tool by Imaginisce

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Paper crafters will find the i-rock from imaginisce logo i rock Scrapbook Heat Setting Tool by Imaginisce a handy dandy tool for adding bling to your creation.  This fantastic little tool with its stylish pink design is a cordless hot fixing tool, and allow you to add bling to almost anything.  Now you can permanently affix rhinestones jewels pearls or mirrors to paper, fabric or even furniture to create a dazzling and elegant work of art. It’s so easy! No need for messy glue. Uses AA batteries (not included).  If you’d like to purchase one of these super hand tools, and what paper crafter wouldn’t,  just click on the image above to take you to a well priced dealer.

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i-bond Scrapbook Cordless Glue Gun by Imaginisce

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Paper crafters, whether your creating scrapbook pages, special invitations or handmade cards you are always looking for ways to add embellishments, a special touch of class, to your works.  With this wonderful tool that opportunity is easily possible.   The i-bond by imaginisce logo i bond Scrapbook Cordless Glue Gun by Imaginisce is a cordless mini-glue gun.  This fantastic petite tool has been ergonomically designed and has a lighted nozzle for easy application.  The tool uses 4 AA batteries (not included), and comes with 3 standard mini-glue sticks to get you started.  Now gluing those items to pages and cards will be a snap.  Because this wonderful tool is cordless, you can take it with you–you’re not bound to work where an electrical outlet is required.  If you’d like to purchase one of this super cordless mini-glue guns, and what paper crafter wouldn’t,  just click on the image above to take you to a well priced dealer.

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d-stress Scrapbook Cordless Handheld Sanding Tool by Imaginisce

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Paper crafters, whether your creating scrapbook pages, special invitations or handmade cards you are always looking for ways to add embellishments, a special touch of class, to your works.  With this wonderful tool that opportunity is easily possible. The d-stress cordless hand-held sanding tool from imaginisce logo d stress Scrapbook Cordless Handheld Sanding Tool by Imaginiscemay well be the answer to adding a bit of distressing to your projects.  This sanding tool is perfect for both paper and wood projects.  A great tool for fitting in those small spaces on chipboard alphabets.  This tool also lets you engrave.  Let your own imagination guide you in ways to use this fantastic little tool.   Your cordless sanding tool uses 2 AA batteries (not included), and comes with 3 different crafting tips.  The ergonomic design helps make this a comfortable tool to use.  If you’d like to purchase  of this super cordless hand sander tool, and what paper crafter wouldn’t,  just click on the image above to take you to a well priced dealer.

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Ron on January 6th, 2011 | File Under Cards and Invitations, Helpful Products, Scrapbooking | No Comments -