We R Memory Keepers - Photo Sleeve Fuse Tool




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Make your own photo pockets and sleeves using the brilliant Photo Sleeve Fuse by We R. Use it to seal in memorabilia, create the perfect pockets for odd-sized items, and add waterfall sleeves to layouts. The We R Fuse tool is so very easy to use!

Project Life scrapbookers will love the Fuse tool’s ability to squeeze just one more photo onto their pocket page layout – or a whole waterfall of can’t miss favorites. Or use the Photo Sleeve Fuse to encapsulate and attach a special piece of memorabilia so that both sides are viewable. Have odd sized photos? Divide a protector up into custom sized pockets with your We R Fuse tool.

For card makers, the Fuse Photo Sleeve tool is the quick and easy way to make custom shaker pockets for any card style or design. There will be no more envelopes full of escaped sequins when your cards shakers are sealed up tight with the Photo Sleeve Fuse!

Create beautiful mini-albums (and keep them that way) by using your Photo Sleeve Fuse to create custom sized page protectors for your album. Then add FUSEable collection embellishments to them for an extra layer of gorgeousness. Fuse them using the decorative Fuse tool tips in the FUSEables Fuse Tips accessory pack for extra detail!

The included 6” metal Fuse tool ruler has measurements in metric as well as inches and features a wavy stencil edge for creating decorative edge pockets and shakers in addition to straight lines. The Fuse tool stand (also included) fits perfectly into a notch on the side of the We R Fuse tool for securely holding the Fuse while it heats, and folds flat for easy storage.

Package includes the We R Fuse tool, fusing & cutting Fuse tool tips, ruler with stencil edge, and tool stand.

Here’s just a sampling of what our Scrapbook.com customer reviews say for the We R Memory Keepers Fuse Photo Sleeve Tool:

“I just purchased the fuse and have made so many page protectors to conform to my way of scrapping. You will not regret this purchase!!!” – Tootles1108

I really like it! It fuses the page protectors that I use really well and I've tried it on two or three different brands.” – mdteastman

“This is a GREAT tool to help with all paper crafting projects. I am so happy I made this purchase!!” – Debbie_D

“AWESOME TOOL! Perfect for my shaker card addiction.” – AZAmy

Compatible Fuse Tool Accessories: We R Memory Keepers FUSEables Mat & Holster, We R Memory Keepers FUSEables Fuse Tips, We R Memory Keepers FUSEables 12 inch ruler, We R Memory Keepers FUSEables Storage Box

FUSEable Materials: 12 x 12 clear sheets, 4 x 6 Waterfall Photo Sleeves, 3 x 4 Pocket Photo Sleeves, Instax Waterfall Photo Sleeves, 4 x 4 Waterfall Photo Sleeves, 2 x 2 Waterfall Photo Sleeves, Keepsake Pockets, FUSEable papers & embellishments

Product Contents: We R Memory Keepers Fuse tool, fusing & cutting Fuse tool tips, ruler with stencil edge, and tool stand

Fuse Instructions:

Screw the desired tip onto your We R Fuse (pointy for cutting, wheel for fusing). Place your tool securely on the included stand on a level surface and plug it in. Wait at least a full 10 minutes for the Fuse tool to heat before attempting to use it to cut or fuse.

Warning: The Fuse tool gets extremely hot – handle with care and keep away from small children and anything flammable!

Place the material you will be working with on a heat resistant mat such as the We R Memory Keepers FUSEables Mat & Holster. Line up the item that you wish to fuse. Using the included Fuse tool ruler or the We R Memory Keepers FUSEables 12 inch ruler as a guide, press firmly and quickly slide the Fuse tool’s tip along the line to be fused.

Tip: Have multiple layers of material and you only want to cut or fuse some of them together? Place a piece of cardstock or chipboard behind the layers that you do want to fuse/cut, and the layers underneath the cardstock won’t be affected by the We R Fuse tool.

When your fusing is complete, be sure to unplug your We R Fuse tool. Allow the tool to cool for an extended period before attempting to remove the tip to change it, or putting the tool away.

For more instructions, tips and tricks on using the We R Memory Keepers Photo Sleeve Fuse tool, view our video below, read/ask questions or browse the ratings and reviews below too.

SKU: ac-662567 UPC: 633356625674

Reviews and Ratings

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  • Verified Buyer

    Love the Fuse!

    I came across this item on a YouTube video, and instantly wanted it! And it works like a charm. I can
    make my own pockets to fit any size photo I have when scrapbooking; the Fuse also works really well for sealing party favors, pocket letters, anything! You do have to make sure however that the plastic you are working with is thick enough, otherwise it will poke a series of holes and not seal..

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  • Verified Buyer

    The Fuse Delivers!

    As soon as this tool was available in the superstore I bought it and couldn't wait to play with it at home. Including the ruler guide was a fantastic idea and the instructions and clear and concise. That night I was able to create a planner shaker page with ease and it was super quick. This is my new favorite tool and would recommend to any and everyone!

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  • fun new tool

    You create you own sized pockets in ANY page protector.
    want to add some sand from the beach you visited?
    create a 3 sided shape add the sand then seal the top shut. I have a number of large postcards that I wanted to be able to see both sides-descriptions on back.
    before I was using brads to mount the postcard inside a page protector, pierced holes all the way through and used brads to hold in place (an ingenious idea I thought?.
    with the fuser I can insert the PCs into the sleeve and fuse into place.
    Do you get frustrated with items falling out of the top of your protectors? Fuse the top shut!!

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    All that I expected.....and more.

    I just got this tool and spent a lot of time playing and practicing with it. Very cool! It even seals cello bags so it's going to come in handy when I make little treat bags for my niece for school parties. It takes a little while to heat up and cool down but it's so worth it. You can seal in seconds and just about any shape imaginable. I'f I'm using it for a shaker card I can just seal using the outside edge of my die for a guide. I really like this thing!

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  • Played with the new We R Fuse tool and I love it

    I struggle with having too many pictures of an event or subject to fit on a 1 or 2 page LO. Now I can add protectors in a waterfall by using the Fuse. I also have a project that I want to enclose the teeth that my kids lost as kids in a pocket with a letter written to the Tooth Fairy. Now that is easy with the Fuse. The options are endless. Super excited to see what everyone else makes with it.

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Product Questions & Answers

  • So I noticed there are WRMK photo sleeves for the Fusion. I assume you can use any page protector with the Photo Sleeve Fuse?   By: lab180 (17-Apr-15) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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  • to make shaker cards, can you use acetate to do the same technique? thank you.   By: debbie.g (29-Apr-15) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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  • An Anonymous User
    I am having problems with my fuse tool. The plastic pockets come apart again with the slightest pressure. Can anyone offer any advice, and just to say I am using a glass mat, and am waiting for at least 10 minutes for the tool to heat up before using it. Thanks!   By: User (12-Sep-15) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I had that problem to begin with, I think it does need to heat up for more than ten minutes to be really hot and then when you fuse don't be afraid to use a bit of pressure. It is a trial and error thing as too much pressure it melts too much, not enough and the coming apart problem. I practiced on a couple of cheap pockets to start with, just making lines - good luck. By: maisidotes (13-Sep-15) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • An Anonymous User
    In the video, are you using a special mat to work on? Will regular cutting mats work?   By: User (08-Aug-15) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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    Is there any way that I can use this for individual stamp storage?   By: User (06-Aug-15) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I would probably stamp on white paper and fit the paper to the sleeve so that you can easily see what stamp you have in there...I can imagine with all the "clear" photopolymer stamps you won't be able to see them easily otherwise. But yes, you can make pockets for each stamp ... the stamped paper would help you remember where they go back as well! Another option may be to stamp with Stazon on the front of the pocket (or the back) so that you have a black image and can easily see what and where! By: SaraA (10-Aug-15) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • Yes for unmounted or clear acrylic stamps I think it would work or even postage stamps but I doubt that is what you are asking. You could take a page protector or pocket sleeve and make individual pockets in it to fit each individual stamp. You could lay it out ahead of time to maximize the amount of stamps in one page. Hope this helps. By: J9YAK (09-Aug-15) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • Does the fuse tool seal the other side of the page? How do you use the other side? Are you limited by what you sealed on the other side of the page?   By: Badger8 (16-Apr-15) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • It seals all the way through the page protector. I think it basically makes the page protector one sided, or you have to watch what you put on the back side so it will also look good after you are done. One idea I had was after you are all done fusing the first side of the page protector, maybe if it will go through all the layers you could fuse a second page protector to the back side? By: kltlamb1_365313 (17-Apr-15) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • Can you only use this tool without a paper layout in the sleeve protector? Or can I design a layout, leave a black space on my layout, put it in the protector sleeve and then add water fall pictures on top of that black spot to make an interactive layout?   By: VanessaV23 (08-Aug-15) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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  • Hi, do you sell a 220 v machine? I live in Argentina and this is a our voltage net. Thanks   By: tivi-regalos (05-Aug-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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