How Heidi Swapp MINC machines are a game-changer
Create beautiful, handmade gifts, prints and cards with the Heidi Swapp MINC Machine.
Heidi is a mum, wife and entrepreneur who started her business to bring all things design to a new level. She says she ‘likes to make pretty stuff’ and considers herself a ‘memory keeper’, someone who tells stories through her designs.
Since her MINC foil machine and toner reactive foils were introduced to Australia, we haven’t looked back – and we’re sure you won’t either.
How does it work?
Like a laminator, inked paper is fed through the machine. Heated rollers then move the paper from one end, pushing the finished product out. When the reactive foil is subjected to the rollers, it sticks to the toner ink on the paper.
What does this mean for you? Well, think wall art, birthday cards, canvasses, posters and more! The sky is the limit.
Is it difficult to craft with?
Not at all! Incorporating this into your craft is not as hard as it used to be. Using this technique, you’ll get the exact type and design you want every time. Don’t forget – there are tonnes of colours and glimmering patterns to choose from, and you can incorporate accessories and gorgeous stamps for an even craftier project.
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