Tuesday, November 04, 2008

“Paper Glide” For Easier Cutting and Embossing on Scrapbook Paper

I have not used this yet but it comes highly recommended. I thought I'd pass it on & see if any of you out there have used it yet.

Here is the article (you can also click on the title to go to the site I got this info from):

"This is a little known product that works very well. Its called Paper Glide and labelled as a “scrapbooking paper treatment mist” .

It basically puts a coating on your scrapbook paper and cardstock (does not discolor) that makes for crisper embossing and best of all- easier and cleaner cuts.If you do hand embossing it eliminates any need for wax paper and you get a smoother finish.It cost about 5.00 for a 2 oz. bottle. You spray on your paper in light mist. When it dries (which take no time at all) cut with you punch, die cutting machine like Cuttlebug, Cricut or Silhouette. You will be AMAZED at the difference. I use circle punches all the time and this made a big difference- was very smooth motion and paper really “popped”.

This has become one of my favorite Scrapbooking products.I know can buy at Amazon ( they only ship within US) and http://www.kqzyfj.com/click-3033504-10286116.
I have not seen at Micheal’s or Joann’s crafts."


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