Fasten your seat belts and prepare for a bevy of new products
Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts.
Because I mainly create mini books and junk journals, I've been a bit frustrated with the edge dies I have. They never seem tall enough to fit my pages. I end up manipulating edges so that the top and bottom edges of my pages are squared off and not so pretty.
Enter . . . Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts. I asked Gina (owner) and Angela (UK Distributor) if they could design some tracers that were big enough for my book edges and . . . as usual, I ask and they perform their computer magic.
This first set I'm going to show you is called Bracket Edge Tracers (#HC112) and comes with a total of 3 distinct edges. Each edge design has 3 different sizes and comes with pre-drilled holes so that you can store them on the included ring. The Edge Tracer set retails for $7.00 - YES, that's all!
9 Tracers for $7 including the ring!
Perfect for book edges and card makers! See how shiny these are? They don't come like that. They are made of heavy chipboard. But . . . if you give them a light coat of Mod Podge (like I did), they'll be good to wipe off with a damp cloth in case of any ink or pencil marks on them.
So now that you've seen the first set, let me introduce you to the rest . . .
Art Deco Edge Tracers:
9 Tracers for $7 including the ring
While Gina is performing her magic tricks on the computer, I'm thinking of some other things that I could use different sizes of . . . envelopes, corner tucks and library card envelopes.
And that's just what Gina did . . .
Envelope Tracers (HC114) Retail = $5.50
Each of the 3 sizes have score areas for folding the envelopes.
Library Pocket Tracers (HC115) Retail = $4
Each of the 3 sizes have score areas for folding.
Corner Tuck Tracers (HC116) Retail = $2.30
Each of the 3 sizes have score areas for folding the corner tucks.
Hope you enjoy these as much as I do!
Now I'm off to Mod Podge the rest of my new collection.
Then it's play time!
See you next time with some projects with my newest
Get your Tracers here: