When Jeri mentioned that this month on the blog the topic is all about "sticky stuff" and that this week was particularly about Xyron, you must know that I (Shirley) raised my hand to volunteer. :-)
First of all, I am pretty much the queen of adhesives as I have tried more types of adhesives than someone should rightfully use in a lifetime. Really! I literally have drawers and cabinets full of adhesive. Just ask my husband! ;-)
But, Xyron holds a special place in my heart. Many moons ago I was an independent scrapbook consultant for a company that was owned by Xyron. I was able to come to know the folks there and how they do their business. I was happy to be aligned with them because of their customer service as well as the quality of their products.
I have loved Xyron adhesives well before I ever "knew" them. Their edge to edge adhesive is the tops! In the videos below, I share about several of their adhesive machines, how to use them, and how to change out the cartridges. It encompasses pretty much everything you've ever might want to know about Xyron. ;-) At this time there are even more adhesive machines available, so make sure to check out all of the awesome products on their website at Xyron.com!
Part 1 Video Includes:
- Xyron Adhesive Runner
- Xyron Mega Runner
- Xyron 2" and 4" Adhesive Runner, aka The Cheetah
- Xyron 150, aka the little "X"
- The Xyron numbering system
- Xyron 250 Create a Sticker Machine
- Xyron 510 Creative Station
Part 2 Video Includes:
- Xyron 900 Creative Station
- Hints when purchasing refill cartridges
Want even more Xyron inspiration? Check out the Xyron YouTube Channel featuring my good buddy, Beth Kingston, Corporate Spokesperson for Xyron and all-around amazing chickadee. Yes, you may also have seen her on HSN demo-ing various and sundry crafty items.
Looking for even more inspiration? I know, I know that is a silly question. Who doesn't want tips and ideas for using our crafty supplies.
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What are your favorite Xyron machines and what types of crafts do you make with them? Inquiring minds want to know!