You do. You do know.
Because all teachers are laminator junkies. I bolded that for effect.
Sooo.......Want to see mine?
Isn't it tiny? Isn't it cute?
I got it from MyBinding.com. In the mail.
I've been laminating all afternoon. It's arrival was perfect timing, because I realized that I had run out of CAFE cards. Perfect little Sunday project! Let me show you how this sweet little number works.
First, you slide whatever it is (paper, people, not Chris Hemsworth) you want laminated into a sheaf of laminating film. It's very easy to line up, which I can't always say for the school laminator. Then you slip the paper and the film into a paper sheaf that protects the project from the heat.
Then the sheaf slides into the laminator (see, I told you it was teeny!) and it slowly gets pulled in and comes out the other side.
And there it is! But let me just say that this picture stinks. It really is not all wrinkly like that. I had to use my stupid phone because Lulu had hijacked my iPad and I was too lazy to go wrestle it away.
My professional laminator's opinion?
The film is on your bill, not the schools
It's slower than the big machines (but you don't have a big machine at home, do you now?)
It's teeny tiny (if you have laminator envy this could prove to be a problem for you)
It's Teeny tiny!
It fits anywhere, even on the dashboard of your car, if you have a plug in thingy. Lam and vaca. I like!
Comes with a big packet of lam film
You get to put the stickers on
You can lam at home
Smells like new appliance.
So yeah. Very cool. Like, I have my own laminator at home!