Laminating with Xyron…
When Xyron sent me the Double Sided Lamination Refill Cartridge* to use in my
Xyron Creative Station* you might say I got a little carried away.
There are so many uses and things to laminate I couldn’t stop at just one project.
My favorite project and one of the easiest was using the laminating as an overlay…
I cranked the handle of my Xyron Creative Station* with the Laminate Cartridge* inserted
and actually laminated nothing. (*affiliate link)
I wanted a clear sheet of laminate to use as an overlay on my “all about ME” mini album*
I added glitter vinyl letters on top my laminated sheet before putting the album together.
After creating the overlay, I inserted the Xyron Permanent Adhesive Refill Cartridge*
back into the Xyron Creative Station* to add adhesive on the paper used to cover my album.
Complete coverage and no wrinkling!
I also wanted to make a bookmark using freshly pressed flowers.
I grabbed a few blooms from the garden and stuck them into a heavy book overnight.
Ideally, you’re supposed to leave them alone for 2-3 weeks.
Since I’m an impatient crafter,
I found online that you can speed up the process with a low temp iron.
I used craft glue to lightly and gently glue the flowers onto cream cardstock.
Insert the cardstock in the Creative Station with the Laminating Cartridge.
Laminate, trim, punch a small hole for twine and your ready to read.
Almost every one in the airport has a black suitcase. (am I right?)
I’m getting ready for vacation in a few weeks and I want my bag to stand out for easy
recognition. I created a small 3″ x 4″ decorated name tag and added my business card
to the back of the tag. Then I laminated it. (so easy)
Technically, this could almost be chalked up to a craft fail…
There’s always the question floating around my house, is the dishwasher clean or dirty?
To solve the problem, I decided to create laminated signs to put on the front of the dishwasher
and added magnets to the back. Smart? Right?
I forgot that magnets do not stick to stainless steel dishwashers.
My Mom worked at a middle school for several years before she retired.
One of her jobs, among many others, was laminating things for the teachers.
When we went through her things this summer, we found…
- Laminated Brochures
- Laminated Maps
- Laminated Ticket Stubs
- Laminated Cartoon Strips
- Laminated Newspaper Clippings
- Laminated Recipes
I guess Mom liked laminating too.
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