My Top Ten Favorite Adhesives for Hybrid Scrapbookers

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Outdoor Mod Podge Sparkle Mod Podge
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  • Stapler & Colored Staples
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Just slide a ring onto your finger and roll out clear, easily transferable permanent adhesive. Peel back the liner and press your embellishment into place. Source: Glue Arts website.

Crop & Glue Vellum is specially formulated to adhere then disappear on most any vellum surface. Truly transparent double-sided permanent adhesive for scrapbooking, card making, invitations, announcements and more. Source: Glue Arts website.

Add dimension to any craft projects with these double-sided adhesive foam 1/8" thick squares. Acid-free and permanent bond. Two convenient sizes - 54 large squares and 144 small squares.
Source: EK Success website

Pre-measured Glue Lines are 1-inch strips of adhesive ideal for gluing fibers and ribbons to cards and scrapbook pages. No mess Glue Lines are also great for general crafts and home decor projects. Source:

Glue Gun in a bottle!

Bonds fabric, wood, leather, lace, suede, tile, felt, pearls & gems (except for those with a silver coating on back) plaster, glass, trims, canvas, ribbons, hats, & much more. Source:

a dimensional adhesive that dries to a clear glass-like finish. It securely holds vellum, Embossable Window Plastic, glass beads, glitter and many other mediums. Unlike other clear adhesives, Diamond Glaze™ is mixable with dye-based inks, watercolor, pearlescent pigments and more. Source:

2 x 28’ of double-sided, pre-cut strips
• Apply adhesive in curves and circles
• No hassle – no refills
• Acid free and archival safe

Did you know you can make your own glue dots with this stuff on some wax paper?


Helmar Silicone Adhesive & Sealant is a general purpose clear silicone.

Designed for use on paper tole, aluminium, powder coated metals, stainless steel, glass, most woods, glazed ceramics, canvas, rubber, porcelain, most plastics, concrete, cement products or zinc & copper metals. Source: Helmar website

Still don't know where to start when it comes to adhesive? Check out this article by Rebecca Ludens

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RoriK said...

Amazing how many different adhesives there is, lol! I think I have used all of them you mentioned except for making your own glue dots..will have to try that! TFS