Note: This item is only compatible with power requirements that are the same as found in the United States and Canada. Consumers who purchase a different power source in any other part of the world will void the manufacturer's warranty.
It’s time to heat up your creative imagination! Your craft room is going to feel like a heat wave hit it when you start creating with the Heat It Craft Tool from the Inkssentials Collection by Ranger Ink. This gentle, but highly effective tool has an awesome air flow that won’t blow your embossing powders all around your workspace making it look like a hot mess! It’s compatible with soy ink, dry ink, paints, glues and other mediums.
The shape of the Heat It Craft Tool is similar to that of a travel blow dryer making it small and compact for your on-the-go crafting, just throw it in your craft tote and you’re good to go! Or if you’re crafting at home the tool features a ring attached to it making it easy to hang on your workspace or for storing in your craft room. Super convenient!
Features of the Heat It Craft Tool:
Techniques that you can use the Heat It Craft Tool for:
We think this small, but mighty tool is a must-have tool necessity, so we think you should be in hot pursuit to get one so that your crafting projects will be too hot to handle!
Recommended and used by Tim Holtz!
I was using my blow dryer until I purchased the Heat It Craft Tool. The biggest concern I had was the blow dryer blowing my card/ATC/art away. Hanging on to it without marking it up was not easy. So here are the pros & cons. Pros: It is quiet. It doesn't blow my art work away. It drys faster. It is easier to handle. Cons: Definitely read directions before using and hold it at least two inches away and constantly check because it does get very hot. Unlike the blow dryer, it does not take long. When it says don't leave it on more than 10 minutes, they REALLY mean it. The cons are not really cons if you are careful and follow directions.
I've had this tool for a few years and enjoyed how it works. I always heat from the underside of the piece I'm embossing and because of that I can't always see how close I'm getting to the paper/cardstock. I've burned the motor out in one because it got too hot and won't do that again. I'm on Heat It #2.
Used in this scraproom: Studio - Heat tool holder
Love this heat tool..looked at many on t he market but really was drawn to the ease of drying with a handled tool. Used it today and it is exactly what I wanted, as it gives great control and my hand doesn't get tired. It allows the surface to dry evenly, as well.
I wanted a heat dryer w/a handle like a regular hair dryer because I think the other straight heat dryers are just too combersom to hold. Besides, I've seen some in the stores and they are very big in size; this style is just the right size.
For years I used my heat tool for embellishing a LOT of different things. The grout in my floor can attest to this with glitter, beads and embossing powder of many colors embedded forever! This little beauty doesn't blow everything all over. PERFECT. Gets hot, but it's called a "heat" tool and it takes less time to do what I want.
I ordered this heat tool b/c it had been recommend to me. I find it does not work well with embossing powder, I think because it does not blow very hard. I do use it to dry multimedia art but would not purchase it again as I prefer one tool that can meet all my heating needs. I do like the handle, it is a comfortable way to work.
I bought this after my last heat tool died after years of use. I chose this one because of the handle--I wanted something more ergonomic. It is very comfortable to hold and though it takes a little longer than my last heat tool to warm up, it is powerful once it gets hot! Love that it is also quiet and doesn't blow embossing powder around.
Used in this image: Live Life in Full Bloom Mini Potting Shed
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