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July 10, 2013

Design Team: Celeste Collette Week 1 Cycle 7

Classy Handouts

Whether you're making a card for a special someone or something practical, the best glue ever from ScraPerfect is a handy tool! See what Celeste Collette used it for today!


This last week I was in charge of making handouts for my church, the first thing I though about using was my embossing folders from craftwell and the eBosser.  I really like the Regency embossing folder and I thought this one would be perfect for the handouts. Here’s a few of the products that I used:
eBosser
Regency  embossing folder
“Best Glue ever” from Scraperfect
I first ran the paper through the eBosser with  platforms D,C, embossing folder and platform A on top. Here’s a picture of how the paper turned out... I think it turned out perfect!

I cut out my printed paper quotes (that I got off from littleldsideas.blogspot.com) and I used the glue from Scraperfect “best glue ever.” I would like to add that this glue is awesome, it’s so easy to use and a little goes a long ways. I may have even used a little too much on this piece. One thing that I like about this glue is that it dries clear.

One more thing I like about this glue, it doesn’t wrinkle the paper YAY!!
  

After letting the paper dry for a few minutes I took my hole punch and did two little holes on top of the paper about an inch apart and with ribbon I tied a little bow. I think that added the perfect touch to these handouts! I love that my eBosser can handle some of my bigger projects and also some of the smallest things like paper handouts!


-Celeste

Thank you Celeste! 

See more of Celeste's projects on her blog here: 

1 comment :

  1. These handouts are AMAZING. Your church is very, very lucky!!!! I hope people saved them because they are treasures.

    And yes, WAY too much glue. This ain't no ordinary white glue. Just some tiny dots or a thin bead around the edges is all you need. it will dry faster, be neater and last even longer. Seriously--use less than you think you need and if it's not enough, then you can add more--but I bet you'll be amazed. And try making your own Sticky dots with the glue. SO easy and very economical! yo can even made sheets of pre-stuck embellishments. Or try stamping and foiling with the glue... So many possibilities.

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