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Adhesives 101

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Keep it together with Stampin' Up! adhesives. Don't let your paper crafting fall apart - from permanent to temporary, we have you covered!

Have you ever wondered which adhesive to use on your project? Most of us have! Knowing the right tool for the job makes any job easier so we've created an Adhesives 101 tutorial to help you know which adhesive is best for your project.

Stampin' Up! has a full selection of adhesives specially designed for your paper crafting needs.

This informative guide will help you know just which adhesive is best for the job and why.

We've even included a handy cheat sheet for you to print and keep in your craft area for easy reference!

Click this LINK for your pdf  Download Tip-adhesive101


Tear & Tape is an extra-strong double-sided tape ideal for boxes & 3-D projects. The tape comes on a roll with an easy to tear paper backing.

TO USE: Place tape on project, tear from roll. Press firmly to bond to paper. Remove backing.

BEST FOR: 3-D and projects.

Tear tape

I LOVE Stampin Up Adhesives-  I get mine for FREE when I host workshops or when I place my own $150.00 order-  you can't get them FREE at the craft stores!!!  Just from SU!

Host and ONLINE workshop contact me by email to begin your online party and invite all your friends to order!!!


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