Hey crafty friends! I’m excited to share with you the newest addition to my craft room and I’m going to share with you how to use the We R Memory Keepers Button Press. So, let’s get started!
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How to Use the We R Memory Keepers Button Press
I’ve wanted to get this button press since it was released a while back and I’m so excited to make some buttons! I created a real-time product demo and unboxing video to share the experience with you, you can view it below.
I purchased the Button Press Bundle kit, but you can also just get the Button Press by itself. There is also a heart-shaped button press that is on my list, and I can’t wait to try that one. How cute would that be for Valentine’s?
Honestly, I was a little intimidated at first when I saw all the pieces involved. But after a couple of tries, it became super easy! I tested it with just some scrapbook paper, and it worked well. I did have to push down quite a bit to punch the circle initially, but I think regular paper will be just fine.
The instructions are a little lacking, but it’s not hard to figure out. Hopefully, my video helps you along the way.
I have some fun ideas to make some retro-style (think the 80s) pins, and when I do I will be sure to share them with you! If you have the Button Press let me know what you think of it! You can comment below or tag me on social media at @michellespartyplanit :).
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