When it comes to making something stick, there are thousands of options — literally.
It is imperative that the right adhesive is chosen for the right use. There is nothing worse than a project falling apart after a week, month or year.
Adhesive is not a product to skimp on, either. I know it can be expensive and is not nearly as fun as buying cute paper or pretty ribbon, but it really is vital that you spend the money to get a quality product. After all, what good is it to spend $10 on products for a page only to have them fall apart because you didn’t want to spend an extra quarter on the adhesive?
I put together a list of some of the adhesives you need to have on hand and what types of materials to use each one on in the latest issue of Michigan Scrapbooker Magazine.
DISCLAIMER: This list is not complete … there are many more quality adhesives available that will work in place of the ones I mentioned. In fact, I have a handful on my desk right now to try and evaluate for a future blog post.
But this list will get you started and will teach you the right type of adhesives for the right project.
Click the link, here, and turn to page 8 … happy gluing!