As I've been adding things to my Christmas wishlist, I can't help but notice that some of the things I want most of all do not appear to exist. I'd really appreciate your help. Would you please make the following items in time for the holidays?
*A 12x12 scanner
I know that you must not think this is cost-effective to make, but I swear to you that thousands and thousands of scrapbookers will buy one. Please. If a 12x12 scanning bed isn't feasible, can you at least make one with that's 12 inches in one direction, so I only have to scan twice instead of four times before stitching? Most scanners already have an 11.5 inch bed- could you just make one 0.5 inch longer?
*Self-sharpening blades on all trimmers and electronic cutters
I have had a self-sharpening Fiskars guillotine trimmer for years. It does not get dull. I love it. It is incredibly irritating that the blades in my my other trimmer and my electronic cutter get dull so quickly. Could you please be the one who invents a self-sharpening blade for other applications beyond the guillotine trimmer?
(Self sharpening blade. Awesome.)
*Adhesive that starts out temporary and becomes permanent over time
If such a thing exists, I have not found it. I want to be able to apply an adhesive, put the element down in the correct spot, move it if I make a mistake, and then leave it in place once it's perfect and have it there permanently. I do not want to use temporary adhesive, put it in the correct spot, then lift it off, add permanent adhesive, and hope I put it back in exactly the right place.
*Ink that can be erased with a special tool
I love the look and ease of stamping, but hate that it is so easy to mess up a project with my lousy stamping skills. I want an ink that I can erase if I mess up, but that will stay permanently if I happen to stamp it correctly the first time. I'm thinking there would be a special tool that would erase the ink so that there wouldn't be any accidental erasing or smearing.