Sticker and Die Cut Storage Ideas

As scrapbookers, we tend to accumulate a large amount of stickers and different types of die cuts, which can include page toppers and other shapes. Storage for these ideas, while plentiful, can be somewhat confusing, and since every scrapbooker is different, you have to find what works best for you and the space you are using. My favorite product is The Stadium Organizer, pictured left. This innovative, new product is a plastic stadium style plastic container, which can hold different sizes and shapes of die cuts and sticker sheets. To learn more, see this article. Another terrific item for organizing … Continue reading

Sticker and Die Cut Categories

When organizing stickers and die cuts, things can get tricky. There are so many different die cuts available and stickers…don’t even get me started there. On one single sticker sheet many different themes can technically be represented. So how do you organize things like this when there are so many different ways to go? Well, there are lots of different ideas. Some scrapbookers like to just place all their stickers in one container and all their die cuts in another. But then how do you know what you have? How can you find the one you are looking for? That’s … Continue reading

Choosing which Xyron Sticker Maker is right for you

With all of the different Xyron machines to choose from, I thought that I would give a break down on what is available and benefits and drawbacks to each size. Depending upon the size on Xyron that you choose, there are several types of adhesive backing to choose from. My most used adhesive is the permanent. They also offer removable adhesive in both regular and acid free. I would, of course, recommend the acid free adhesive for all scrapbook pages. Some other fun refills that are available are laminating and adding a magnet backing. When deciding which size is right … Continue reading

What is a Xyron Sticker Maker Machine?

I have referenced my Xyron machine in almost every project that I have worked on, so I thought that I would share a little more about these wonderful machines. First of all, I would like to explain what a Xyron machine does and how it works. The Xyron will apply adhesive to the entire back of any flat embellishment that you roll though the machine. You simply place your embellishment onto the starting area of the Xyron and then turn a handle on the side of the machine that rolls the embellishment though the machine and it comes out on … Continue reading