The Essential Adhesive Guide

What kind of adhesive do I need for cardmaking? What do I use for intricate die cuts? What are dimensional adhesives? There are so many wonderful adhesives and so many questions but we can help! We’ve got everything you need to know about adhesives in this video tutorial from Carissa Wiley!

The Essential Adhesive Guide

Today we are going to talk about our favorite adhesives and what we use them for.  We are hoping to answer most of your basic questions, and offer you a few suggestions, tips and tricks along the way. 

First, we’ll explore what “dry adhesives”.  These adhesives offer instant stick and are some of the most common you’ll find in card making and paper crafting.

We’ll also explore dimensional adhesives.  These are great for adding dimension to your card.

Finally, we’ll have a look at liquid adhesives, including Carissa’s favorite glue pen and an adhesive that also doubles as a cool card accent.

Be sure to check out today’s video!

Keep in mind, this list is not ALL inclusive.  There are many great adhesives on the market. These just happen to be the adhesives we reach for the most.

Thanks for stopping by.  If you have questions, be sure to leave them in the comments below so we can compile your most asked questions for a sequel!


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  • Reply Janet Durbin August 31, 2019 at 12:48 pm

    Thank you for this review! I knew many of them, but there were a few that I didn’t.

  • Reply Eve Lavendermemorylane September 4, 2019 at 12:35 pm

    I’ve been stamping 30 years, but this industry always introduce the new products, and it’s always fun to see the youtube on, like “supplies”/”tools”. Thank you. I do have most of these but from this video, I got to learn what others I don’t have are good for. 🙂 Btw, wow, you use it all that foam tape that fast??!! I bought it 10 years ago, and I still have the same role! LOL!! I love it, tho! Soon I need to buy a new role. I love that foam tape very much!

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