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Adhesive Stuff

Fine applications with Tombow Liquid Glue

Tombow Glue Holder

Erase any glue overflow

This tape is great for holding down your Water Color Paper around the edges to combat warping.

These aren’t adhesive,
but they’re great for cutting sticky things!

Find singles at Target, but these can be delivered.
I use them for packing & in our Cherry class.

Embossing

Get rid of the stray bits
by using before you stamp

1 for messy stuff, 1 for heat embossing
& a spare when you need it

Writing and Erasing

Don’t know what to write on the inside of your cards? This book has helped me immensely. I keep the Kindle on my phone so I’ll always know where it is, but the Hard Cover or Paperback would make a nice gift.

Kindle

Hardcover

Paperback

Things don’t always go right. Sometimes you have to remove the evidence.

Write inside your cards.
Erase if you need to.
See how we used them here.

Sand Eraser to remove ink and pen

Use these with your Stamparatus
to save your hands.

Magnets & Magnetics

These 5″x 7″magnetic sheets are perfect to holder your dies inside your stamp cases or onto another surface. They’re strong enough to hold, yet easy to remove.

Pack of 12

Pack of 25

Pack of 50

Pack of 100 – Back in stock

When you’re looking for a quick place to throw your dies until you’re creative time is over, try this 6″ magnetic tray near your work area. (It will stick to a metal surface or sit on your non-metal table.)

I have two of this size that are not this brand. I attach one to the side of my rolling cart between my stamp tables and one next to my die cutting area. Marci has this brand and says it works great.

Ever drop a die under a table or into a hard to reach area? Keep this nearby and forget about moving the furniture. Telescopes to 30″ and will pick up items way heavier than a die. (2 pack available so that you can keep one in the garage.)


Organization

This shelf has reduced so much clutter on my table.

Organize Your Time with a Pomodoro Timer: Keep yourself focused and on track with this easy to use timer. Available in 60 and 30 in different colors from the same link. HINT: I bought the 60 minute timer in white and then later bought the 30 minute in blue because the time segments fit me better. Still glad I have both and I can still use them in different places and situations.

Really Useful Box 2.1 Liter

Holds my cardboard mounted embellishments. Couldn’t find one the right size on Amazon. This link will take you to Staples. They were less than $6 when I purchased them.

I cut my DSP cardboard into 4″ x 6″ pieces to separate them.


Everything Else

I have 2 of these. A white one over my cutting area & a black one over my stamping area.
Warm or cool light & they dim.

Perfect for cutting up to 10 sheets of card stock. I don’t replace the blades as often as I replace the cutting mats. I had one of these for 15 years and just replaced it with the same model in June 2020.

Make a wobble card!
For some reason they won’t ship these to my California address. Maybe they’ll send them to you.

Design your own checkbook cover! This is similar to the one that Ann shared in this live stream.

These are the replacement blades for the Carl Cutter above.

I replace these more than the blades on the Carl Cutter.