Create-A-Sticker 5" Machine w/Adhesive Cartridge & Idea Book

A simple turn of the crank creates stickers and magnets for all your crafty projects. This easy-to-use machine transforms fabric, photos, paper, and other items into stickers and magnets measuring up to 5"W. It also laminates objects such as business cards, IDs, or recipes--without using electricity or heat. Laminate adheres smoothly and evenly to both sides. Cartridges pop in and out in just More
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