Hi there! Welcome back to The CSI Project. This is Dee, your very own CSI Girl: Owner, Operator, Crafter of the CSI Project.
I am so happy to be sharing a fun tutorial with you. It is not often that I get this opportunity because I love featuring YOU!
I was thrilled when I recieved the Wagner HT 3500 Digital Heat Gun from Wagner Spray Tech. I first started using it to remove labels and I love it. I used to go grab the blow dryer. Not anymore I am in love with my heat gun and use it for many, many craft projects and for everyday use.
I wanted to make personalized hand soaps that will be perfect for teachers this spring.
In the past, I would have either used Goo be Gone or like I said, used my blow dryer to get off that unwanted label but I saved time and made it so much easier by using my heat gun. Here is how I did it!
For this project you need:
~ Hand soap
~ Modge Podge
~ Heat Gun
~ Printable: I found mine here.
First, remove the front label. This is easy with the Wagner HT 3500 Digital Heat Gun. Have I mentioned that I love it!!!
Just a couple of minutes and the label peels off. The best part it leaves a clean surface. No more scrapping!
Next, I printed and cut out my printable. Brushed on my modge podge. Easy, easy!
You can also print out on sticker paper and then seal it.
I added a ribbon and I was done!
I just love the printable! SO cute!
Be sure to head on over to Detail Oriented Diva to grab your own.
Also, you need to try out this heat gun. It is the first digital heat gun on the DIY market. I use mine for crafting and for daily stuff that pops up.
Go here to read more about the heat gun and about Wagner Spray Tech.
You can win your very own this week. Be sure to enter here.