Have you ever been in a pinch where you need a certain sticker, but can't find it or don't have it. Here's how you can make your own.
The first thing you do is choose what you want to make into stickers. It can be anything from leftover tags from scrapping or cardmaking to things you print off the internet. They can be up to 5" wide and 1/16" of an inch thick or less. Place them on the feed tray(these I have pulled out more so you can see they need to be in the machine more) making sure they aren't overlapped, but are close enough to save your paper for many uses and turn the dial. (Picture 1)
They will come out the back of the machine already adhered to the paper. (Picture 2)
Carefully tear the paper using the teeth on the machine to remove and there are your own usable stickers. Just peel them off the backing and they're ready to use. You can buy 2 different types of cartridges for the Xyron. They are both acid free, but one is permanent and the other is repositionable for you to move your pieces around on your project. It can be used even on pieces of material and photos so it's perfect for cardmaking and scrapbooking. I know it is becoming one of my favorite crafting tools quickly.