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Photo Sleeve Fuse Tool

Hi Everyone,
Today's video shows how to use the Photo Sleeve Fuse tool by Becky Higgins.
I'm working on a 6x8 Project Life Album for the summer and have seen some really cute projects done with this tool. It's a great addition to my craft stash.  and thought it would be a good addition to my craft stash. I would recommend you use a piece of glass and not a cutting mat like I did in the video. It will melt your mat :(
{Supplies used for this project are listed below at the end of this blog post to multiple shopping sources)
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The Photo Sleeve Fuse tool is available by Beck Higgins and We R' Memory Keepers. They are the same tool just different colors. I will tell you that little stand is a pain in the behind, it really is the only thing I do not like about it. I have tested out the cutting blade and that baby works like a charm to.
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4 comments

  1. Hi Christina! Great video... I've used my Fuse a few times... and instead of glass underneath the project... you can also use a piece of card stock.... I have a Large Making Memories Mat and so I added a piece of SU Card stock then place my project on that.... it didn't melt the mat... :) So it's another alternative to using glass! :) Have a Crafty Day! :)

    Theresa
    Scrappers Anonymous

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  2. I haven't used mine yet but I watched some videos prior to purchasing it one of them said you could change out the tips while hot if you use tweezers. Again, I haven't tried it but you mentioned letting it cool down..

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  3. Yay, glad to see the video. I have one, but moved my scrap room. Just getting moved in. Can't wait to play with it. TFS

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  4. In the process of preparing a pyrotechnics spectacle, just as much attention should be devoted to the brilliant fireworks as to the humble fuse. Although the glitters and the colors are the main attraction, the fuses that you use will determine the effectiveness of the entire display.
    Omega Fuses

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