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Unread 02-19-2015, 09:30 AM   #1
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Default mounting adhesive for delicate dies

I'm currently using Scotch Clear Mounting squares, cut into very thin slivers, to mount my thin word die cuts when I don't want the white mounting adhesive to show. This works fairly well, although it's a slow, tedious process cutting those thin slivers and placing them on the die cuts. I thought I saw a video recently where someone was using a clear liquid glue, but the glue seemed thick so it would allow the die to have some height on your card, rather than the die being glued flat to the card base. I'm hoping what I'm describing makes sense. But I can't find the video so I'm not sure what product was being used. Does anyone know of a liquid adhesive that will allow your delicate dies to be "raised" off the card? Like I said the Scotch Clear Mounting squares do work but with my less than steady hands it takes me forever.

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I haven't done this myself but I think I would try adhering fun foam to my cardstock before die cutting it.
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It might be E6000 glue or something silicone in a similar looking tube. I know I bought something at Hobby Lobby in a big tube but I'm not at home to look at the glue. I will try to remember to look tonight.
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It might be E6000 glue or something silicone in a similar looking tube. I know I bought something at Hobby Lobby in a big tube but I'm not at home to look at the glue. I will try to remember to look tonight.
The glue I saw used on the video was in a container similar to Glossy Accents (not a tube), with a pointy nozzle. It looked to me that when she put the glue on and then placed it on her project she didn't press down on it, and it remained slightly raised off the paper. With all of the thinner word dies available today if there isn't a product out there like this someone needs to invent one
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I haven't done this myself but I think I would try adhering fun foam to my cardstock before die cutting it.
The problem with this is that you still have the white showing on the sides. Now if there was clear fun foam....
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You could use matching fun foam or contrasting colour. Could be part of the design. I've seen this done with several layers of card but fun foam would be quicker.

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Share the link of the video to help us figure it out.
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Sorry! Couldn't find it but I'm searching again now!

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A fun foam video. She uses white but you could use any colour.

Dimensional Word Dies: Jen Arkfield

Searching for the cardboard video!

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There is a clear mounting tape that gives dimension called KOOL TAK Clear Foam Roll Tape.
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Using coloured fun foam.

Zroby Sama

I cant find the video using layers of card but she die cut about five layers of bright pink card and layered them up with a white die cut on top. The pink was visible when you looked at the card from an angle and it looked great.

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Just realised you weren't speaking to me! LOL!

Pink layered die cut:

My Paper Secret Valentine

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Pink layered die cut:

My Paper Secret Valentine

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That's a great idea that could be done with a product like Stick It! and fun foam.
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I have cut 4 or 5, depending on how much lift you want, of the same word in the same paper. Then I glue them together with Zip Dry and glue to card with same. Really neat effect, and easier than using Pop Dots, which are always uneven 'legs.'
Thinking of someone creating a glue that would give lift, I can't imagine that it would be even- looking when viewed from other than straight-on, since glue is liquid.
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Back when I had the time and patience to do Pergamano parchment crafting, they sold a very thick clear silicone glue for parchment paper and 3D projects called Pergakit that I used for gluing tiny raised paper objects and think it would probably work for you. You do need to keep it tightly sealed (I kept it in a baggie in a glass jar) because it does harden when exposed to air. Since Pergamano is a Dutch company, it is kind of hard to find in the US, but I think Amazon carries it as does Ecstasy Crafts:

Perga Kit Glue Perga kit ( Glue )- 1411

It came with a needle point type applicator tip that clogged easily. I usually used a toothpick.
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Decorator's Solution Clear Demensional Silicone in a purple tube.
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WOW, you all are just a wealth of information!! Thanks so much for the videos and product recommendations. I didn't think fun foam would work but watching the videos I see that it can, and I'll also look into the glues. If I come across the video i was talking about I'll share it here, problem is I'm not sure where I saw it.

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Are you talking about this tutorial? I want this glue.

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It wasn't this exact video, however the person did have a European accent and yes that is the kind of glue I saw her use. So do our US craft stores like Michaels or AC Moore carry a comparable product I wonder? For very fine word dies you'd definitely a fine point nozzle to lay the glue down.
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I use the Xyron X sticker machine to adhere all my word die cuts. It works well for other tiny die cuts, too. Here is a link:

Amazon.com - Xyron 150 "X" Create-a-Sticker Machine Assorted Colors - Scrapbooking Tools
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This product may be what you are looking for. Its a clear silicone( without the silicone smell) type glue. Its available from Amazon.com. Pinflair Glue gel.
If you only want thin lines,or dots, it works well if you decant a little into small syringes- you can get them on e-bay.
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I use ScraPerfect Best Glue Ever for most of my glue work: ScraPerfect - Magically Perfect Craft Products You can make glue dots with it. I put little dots on the back of embellishments, wait until clear and attach. If you make "beads" of the glue, it will be dimensional.
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Thanks, I'll check out those glues.

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I don't have a specific product to recommend, but I do remember reading on Splitcoast over the years about "dimensional adhesive". So maybe a search with that wording will be helpful?

I also remember visiting an out-of-town stamp store in the past where they never used "pop dots" but used a thick clear adhesive that held its shape. As described by other responders here, it would come out thick enough to form a bead that stayed that height. They attached raised pieces to their cards that way. Sorry, no memory of what it was called, but I think it may have been silicone-based??
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Love this stuff, and you can get the tiniest dots. So much cheaper in the long run than Tombow, and no clogging.
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I have not found any glue that will not seep around the edges and leave a shiny halo. I put Glossy Accents in tiny bottles that have a tiny pointy metal end (found on Amazon). It works best. Sometimes I squirt a bit of Scotch QuickDry glue on a piece of paper and use a tooth pick to spread it on the back of my die cuts. Xyron is good but it does come loose (my climate is a bit humid) and especially when glue to glittery paper.
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I have not found any glue that will not seep around the edges and leave a shiny halo. I put Glossy Accents in tiny bottles that have a tiny pointy metal end (found on Amazon). It works best. Sometimes I squirt a bit of Scotch QuickDry glue on a piece of paper and use a tooth pick to spread it on the back of my die cuts. Xyron is good but it does come loose (my climate is a bit humid) and especially when glue to glittery paper.
Scrap Perfect can be applied with dots so teeny there is little seepage, if any at all. If there is any seepage, it can be easily removed without any residue or damage to paper using an adhesive eraser.
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I haven't tried this but I have seen Jennifer MacGuire use Ranger Multi-Medium MATTE when gluing die-cuts together. She says it does not show if it seeps out a bit because it is matte. Do not use the glossy one.
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I haven't tried this but I have seen Jennifer MacGuire use Ranger Multi-Medium MATTE when gluing die-cuts together. She says it does not show if it seeps out a bit because it is matte. Do not use the glossy one.
I use this product a lot and love it. It's true too, it doesn't really show if it seeps out, at least not in a glossy way, if you look very closely you can see there's "something" there around the edges but you have to look closely.
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Love this stuff, and you can get the tiniest dots. So much cheaper in the long run than Tombow, and no clogging.
I must be using too much. I had it everywhere!

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I was tidying out my glues the other day. I have about 20 different kinds and that doesn't include tape runners, double sided tape, red liner tape or foam squares.

Favourites so far are Aleene's Tacky Glue and Ranger Matte Medium.

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Scrap Perfect can be applied with dots so teeny there is little seepage, if any at all. If there is any seepage, it can be easily removed without any residue or damage to paper using an adhesive eraser.
Maybe I'm too late to the game here to be asking questions, but I'm going to try anyway. When I apply glue to my delicate die cuts, such as words, or roses, the glue dries where I started, before I finish applying glue to the whole piece. So are you saying this glue remains tacky enough so the die cut will hold where attached to my card?
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When I first started reading this thread, I didn't realize it was an older one.

But the easiest way to attach delicate die cuts is spray adhesive. I use reverse action tweezers to hold my die cut, spray the back and it's ready to go. For dimension, I cut 3-5 pieces, spray them one at a time, layer and repeat.

I use these tweezers only for the spray adhesive; I spray into my trash can which has a liner, so there's no overspray anywhere.
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When I first started reading this thread, I didn't realize it was an older one.

But the easiest way to attach delicate die cuts is spray adhesive. I use reverse action tweezers to hold my die cut, spray the back and it's ready to go. For dimension, I cut 3-5 pieces, spray them one at a time, layer and repeat.

I use these tweezers only for the spray adhesive; I spray into my trash can which has a liner, so there's no overspray anywhere.
Thank you. I'll give that a try! Sounds like it should work very well!
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I have not found any glue that will not seep around the edges and leave a shiny halo. I put Glossy Accents in tiny bottles that have a tiny pointy metal end (found on Amazon). It works best. Sometimes I squirt a bit of Scotch QuickDry glue on a piece of paper and use a tooth pick to spread it on the back of my die cuts. Xyron is good but it does come loose (my climate is a bit humid) and especially when glue to glittery paper.
You can also pull the tip off of a fine-tip bottle and put it on the Glossy Accents or on Matte Multi Medium bottle. I use Matte Multi Medium mostly and don't see a halo (or am so stingy with it it doesn't seep). And to get dimension, cut out multiples.

I temporarily stick narrow die cuts onto a piece of post-it type tape to hold it so I'm not trying to glue around my fingers, then tweezer it up to stick on.

Do you find the permanent Xyron also comes loose or more the repositionable?

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I use adhesive transfer sheets. It worked well with the word dies. The ones I used were from stampin up but I'm sure other companies make it also. Stampin up no longer carry it.
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