This is not an affiliate post and the color of the sticker maker is silver, not pink.
Ooops! I have no idea why the color changed.
I bought this fun, little toy a few weeks ago and so far I am delighted. If I knew making stickers was so much fun,
I would've bought this a long time ago.
This one is 9 inches wide, but it will use either 9 inch wide film
or 5 inch wide film.
This is the front tray in the real color.
This is where the stickers come out on one sheet.
This is the side view that shows you the handle. It folds and tucks into that hole so you can store it easier.
My 6 Steps:
First find the cute graphics, photo, whatever you want to turn into a sticker and cut them out.
I got these cute graphics from scrappindoodles.com
Line them up on the tray.
I have three rows lined up. The first row I have to feed in a little farther to get started. I had to feed each row in as the previous row went through. Make sure you allow plenty of space
between your cut-outs.
Turn the handle clockwise and your stickers come through. You can see here that one of my stickers did not feed through until a little later.
They almost overlap, but whew, not quite. They will work out.
Ooh, sorry, blurred.
Use the cutter on the feed to cut your sticker sheet off.
Peel off the top plastic film.
There you have your sticker sheet. All you have to do at this point is peel your sticker off the backing and place wherever you want.
These stickers are going to one of my grandkids.
Did I mention that this does NOT use heat or even electricity?
You can let your kids make stickers or laminate
without having to hover.
It can also laminate and make magnets.
It all depends on the type of film cartridge you use in your unit.
In the past, I cut out my shapes and put double stick tape on them, which is ok, but not as much fun. I love making stickers for my journal and my grandkids. It is supposed to be safe for photos.
I gave it a try and it sticks well.
I guess time will tell if it's really safe.