There are a recent uproar of the use of the Fuse tool. I myself bought one from Simon Says Stamp once I saw it on the sneak peek in this year CHA. Only after 3 months did I receive it from SSS, probably due to the high demand and low supplies.
I have tons of ideas i wish to try out with this tool, say triangle pages, and creating my own page protector design from a plain 12x12. What bugs me is that, I will not be able to manipulate my pages after I weld/seal the pages. What happen to the back side of the pages? What happen if I have extra photos to add? What if I want to shift the photos around ? So I put it off for a rainy day.
I finally pluck up my courage and took some really old page protectors and sit down for a good hour , planning how to cut and weld the pages so that they remain manipulatable. It took about 4 tries to get things right. And I'm happy to say that I finally SUCCEEDED in changing a 6x12 full sized page protector into one that have Eight 3x3 square pockets :)
Click on the pictures below to go to the shop which sell each of the following fuse tool. They are essentially the same, but differ in color :)
Here is a short (speed up) process video that demonstrate how I put these pages together.
Here are the picture of the projects
Spread 1 - Cafe and food and the Little Things
Page 2 - Outing with friends
Page 4 - my Selfie scrapbook
Some close ups
Thanks for looking. Till next time. Ciao!