If I could only have one adhesive it would be Tombow Multipurpose glue. This one glue can take the place of many.
Here are ways to use Tombow Multipurpose Glue.
- This is a white glue and it dries clear and it is very strong so it is great for adhering two pieces of cardstock.
- It has a thin end and a thick end so it will cover both small and large areas quickly.
- If allowed to dry, you can use it on an envelope. When you are ready to seal the envelope, moisten slightly and seal.
- If you want to attach a rubber stamp to a wooden block, use a heavy coat on the back of the stamp and then to the block and let dry completely.
- Having problems getting your stamps to stick on the acrylic blocks and they fall off when you get ready to stamp, apply a light coat of multipurpose glue and let it dry for several hours. The stamp will remain sticky enough to stay on the blocks for many uses.
- Have a delicate entailed design to add to cardstock, using the fine tip of the glue, lightly dot around the piece and let it slightly dry. When partly dry add to your cardstock. The glue will not leak out around the edge of the piece.
- When applying vellum to a background layer, using a makeup sponge and dab into a few drips of glue and sponge on back of vellum in places. When you layer it on your cardstock the glue will not show.
- Use to attach embellishments to your cardstock
- Use for scrapbooks. When attaching pictures, use dots around the outside layers and then add to the page. It is acid free.
- Sponge on cardstock to add glitter in large areas. If you want a small line of glitter, use the fine tip of the glue.
Remember, Tombow Multipurpose Glue will adhere cardstock to wood, cardboard, metal and other surfaces.
Until Next Time,
Denise Foor Studio PA
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