Pop in to the store to get yourself one of these fabulous new Mega Runners from Xyron. We are now carrying the Mega Runners and Mega Runner Refills.
Featuring ½ inch wide by 100 feet of Acid-Free Dot-Matrix Permanent Adhesive. Super strong adhesive dots hold aggressively but have no sling like solid tape runners!
The Mega Runner is lightweight and compact with an ergonomic handle. Includes a cap to protect adhesive when not in use.
•Easy drop-in style Refill
•Acid-Free and Non-Toxic
And since we are talking Xyron, check out this quick video from Beth Kingston to learn how to make a wrapped bow using the Xyron X. Not only will it stick when you wrap it around your project, but you can still tie it with ease! So cute!
Now on our shelves and online - SewStamper from We R Memory Keepers!!
The Sew Stamper is the solution for the crafter who loves the “sewn” look but dislikes sewing, and loves stamping but can’t find the right designs! The Sew Stamper combines the best of both worlds – sewn designs with a self-inking rubber rolling stamp! 7 interchangeable heads are currently available: straight, cross, zig zag, scallop, burst, blanket and hem.
Check out this video from Scrapbook.com.....
And a couple of layouts from the We R website for inspiration......
Hey everyone, Cindy here with you today to share a how-to make cute little butterflies that dress up mini lollipops for your child's classmates. Several months ago, my little girl & I spent some time on Pinterest (I know, I can't get enough of that place) & we found these cute Butterfly Valentine project. Later that day, she created a few of her own. So of course, I got to thinking about her Valentine treats & decided to make a smaller version.
Punch a large 3/16" hole at bottom of die-cut hearts.
Match holes together while creating a butterfly form & adhere together.
Once dry, carefully slip mini lollipop through dual hearts.
Use tiny glue dots to adhere stick to butterfly, pressing firmly.
Use glue dots to adhere banner names in front & adorn with small googly eyes.
Here I punched out smaller hearts with a "Love Corinne" note on the back of them.
Pretty simple! You could even dress them up with twine or gems for fun or even buttons. But since these will be going to a bunch of 4 & 5 year olds, I though it would be best to keep it simple for their little hands. The best part is that I started these super early instead of waiting until the night before.