Learn More About the Fuse Tool!

The Fuse tool puts the power of customization at your fingertips in one easy-to-use tool! The tip heats up so that when it's run across the surface of a page protector or photo sleeve, Fuse makes a permanent seal in the plastic, creating custom pockets for photos, keepsakes, and more! The Fuse also comes with a cutting tool attachment for even more possibilities.

Fuseallows you to add memorabilia, keepsakes, and other small items like sequins and confetti to your pocket paged projects without fear of them falling out or getting lost. Now, those memorable bits and pieces can have a home other than in the stash of supplies in your craft space. Oddly shaped items like tickets, movie stubs, even wood veneer pieces, badges, ephemera, and other embellishments are easier than ever to incorporate into your projects. No need to trim or modify them to make them fit. This tool has other great uses too! Ever had the urge to make a triangular, circular, or other uniquely-shaped pocket when you're working on your layouts or pocket page projects? Well, Fuse makes it easy to create custom pockets!

The tip of the Fuse heats up within a few minutes of being plugged in, so it's ready to go by the time you've got your supplies gathered and organized. And don't worry, it's so easy to use - just like holding a pen!

Once you've got an idea of how you'd like your pockets to come together, all you have to do is line up the guide of the metal ruler that comes with the Fuse with the portion of the photo sleeve that you want to fuse together. When you're ready, hold the Fuse in your hand like you would a pen, and push the tip down along the edge to create a seam.

As you can see, you can put larger embellishments like thick alphas or leave room for pockets of sequins in a project, and once they're sealed with the Fuse, they won't go anywhere! No more photos falling out or embellishments getting lost when you open or close an album. It keeps everything safe and sound and in its place.

A few tips for when you're using this tool:

  1. The seams created are permanent, so be sure you're thinking about the front AND back of your photo sleeve before closing it in with the Fuse.
  2. We don't recommend using the Fuse to cut through paper. Stick to your scissors for those!
  3. When using this tool, it's best to have a mat, scrap piece of cardboard, or other material laid down flat on your workspace underneath whatever project you're working on.
  4. Do a few practice runs before you start Fusing everything - it will help you see how much pressure to apply and what speed to run the tool across the protector.

You can preorder your very own Fuse tool in our shop for $29.99. We'll include two free gifts with your order: Color Theory sequins and exclusive triangle journal cards (shown above/below)! You'll get a 6, 3x4 pre-cut journal cards (12 pieces total), and 3, 4x6 pre-cut journal cards (6 pieces total), plus one pack of Coral Bay sequins - a $9 value!

If you have any questions or comments, let us know! We can't wait to see how creative you get with this new tool!

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  1. clippergirl says…

    When will this be able to ship to Canada?

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  2. MaryAnnPerry says…

    Video please!!! ;)

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  3. Cathyvee says…

    @MaryAnnPerry working on it ;)

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  4. cele says…

    So you need just 12x12 no pocket page protectors to use with it? Or whatever size, but with no pockets already in them? Yes- video please!

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  5. scrapfin1 says…

    Looking forward to video for something like this

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  6. sideoats says…

    I'd love to know if there's some trick for cutting paper into triangles! I use my craft knife + ruler but I always think there's gotta be a better way :)

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    1. WhamBamPam says…

      Or even do your spread partway then leave it & go back later... Sometimes a little distance helps to figure out why you're blocked & maybe while you're doing something else the pieces will fall into place i.e. the perfect journaling card, freebie digi file or cut file, whatever. The point is that you keep going, then you won't get overwhelmed & discouraged. Plus seeing all the weeks that you have completed is very inspiring & motivating. And maybe, just maybe you will never complete that week, which is also fine, still shows your life... some things just don't happen :D

  7. adaiha says…

    @sideoats I line up the corners on my paper trimmer.

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  8. DebbiG says…

    Great tool! Can't wait to get one....so many ideas running through my mind!,

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  9. rowie says…

    Is this power or battery operated? And if power is there cords for international?

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  10. karoll says…

    Tried to click on the link and received the message page not found..And I wanted to pre order:(

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