Last night we went to the screening of some of the films picked from the first and 2nd year students at Stafford Uni, Stoke Campus. Daniels was the first individual film shown. It was really strange seeing it on the Big screen instead of the computer. We were very proud. Above is the award he received.
In fact all the films shown were excellent. All students should be proud of what they have achieved. The students whose films were screened received an award from the Dean of the Uni. The first time she had attended a screening
Now for something new
The new trend is to use Safmat by Letraset in your craft projects.
An acid free, self-adhesive, transparent film for use with your desktop printer.
Safmat film is virtually invisible when applied, so only your printed text or image can be seen!
Suitable for Inkjet printers or black and white Laser printers.
I did have a problem though. One sheet got caught up in my printer and it took of the whole sheet of film and it got stuck in side . I had to take the printer apart to release it.
NOTE . Make sure you put the Safmat into your printer correctly with no edges lifting!!!!!
Hope you find this interesting
hugs sarah x
|Here I have stuck the Safmat straight on to some poly plastic sheeting to make a bookmark in|
|I have stuck the Safmat sentiment onto Seam Binding. I should have cut around the wording first so that you couldn't see the film. Naughty me!!!|
|Here I have printed my Blog Profile straight onto Safmat and then adhered it to white cardstock|