Adhesives are a crucial part of your papercraft project ...
But which type to use?
Here is a short guide to help you choose the best type of adhesive to use for each task.
Multi-Purpose Craft Glue, as the name suggests, can be used for a multitude of papercraft tasks. This glue type is especially useful for mixing with glitter, and dries clear.
3D Foam Squares are very useful little bits of foam adhesive that you can use underneath elements that you want to 'pop' from pages and cards. They help to create a 3D feeling to a paper project and can lift a nice card into being extra special. Great for adhering buttons and the like.
Glue Dots are a wonderful papercraft adhesive when you want something strong to adhere embellishments such as bows and buttons to a project. Our glue dots are removable, in case you change your mind about positioning.
Craft Glue Pens contain a more liquid type of adhesive that can be used to stick down very fiddly bits of paper. This type of glue dries very quickly and is easily absorbed into the paper, so you need to be sure you want to stick something permanently down before you commit!
Tape Runners or 'Snails' are handy little dispensers full of double sided adhesive that can be placed where you want it to go. These can be used for both cardmaking and scrapbooking projects. If you use them and then want to move your photo or paper, things stuck down with tape runner adhesives can usually be prised up and reset within a couple of hours of use. They tend to bond more strongly as time goes on.
Ultra Adhesive Tape is a strong double-sided papercraft adhesive that allows you to be confident that your embellishments and photos will stay exactly where you put them. Snip the tape down to size to neatly stick your photos or embellishments.
Double Sided Tape is another useful adhesive for sticking down photos, papers and embellishments. It's easily trimmed to size and allows very neat adhesion.
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