GCTV 1 – The GoPress And Hotfoil System

July 6, 2017 — 9 Comments

Well excited about this blog post as it sees episode 1 of GCTV – Gentleman Crafter TV – go out on YouTube!

Hoping to create a video each week so that we can have some time together – cute, eh?

Anyway, this week’s episode is about my first go with the GoPress and Foil system which is a way of doing hotfoiling and letterpressing with most major brands of die cutting machine – how blooming exciting is that?!

I will be demonstrating this on Create and Craft TV later today – Saturday 8th July, 2017 – and of course will be featuring things that I’ve made with it in future blog posts and videos.

If you would like to get one, you can visit www.createandcraft.tv and nab yours today.

In the meantime, here is episode 1 of GCTV – enjoy!

9 responses to GCTV 1 – The GoPress And Hotfoil System

  1. 

    Great start John, looks easier than my TODO which I am still working on without too much success. Your craft room looks great, it is your space.

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  2. 

    Brilliant look forward to more x

    Liked by 1 person

  3. 
    Jean-Marie Penny July 6, 2017 at 8:03 pm

    Looks amazing John but after buying the Todo last year I don’t think hubby will allow this in the house too. haha

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  4. 

    That room of yours, is that what English people call spacious? You can’t even swing a cat around,
    This is the about the size of my pantry.

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  5. 

    Hai John,
    beautiful results, can’t wait to see more of this. Thanks for your video!

    Liked by 1 person

  6. 

    John

    Wll this go through the big blue?

    Lynda

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