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Old 07-22-2006, 04:45 PM   #1  
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Hi,
I want to make some mini calendars to put on my acrylic post-it holders but I don't know what kind of glue/adhesive to put on the top of the calendars. I want to adhere them together so that the person can tear off the month when it is finished.
I hope someone out there can help me.
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Old 07-22-2006, 06:38 PM   #2  
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If you want to do what's called a perfect binding (stack the paper, glue one end of the stack), then you can use PVA glue. Use a stencil brush to spread the glue onto the edge of the stack pretty thickly and let dry. (Use a binder clip or heavy weight to hold the stack in place while you glue.) PVA is archival, but I imagine you could use rubber cement instead if you don't care about acid-free.

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You can also use padding compound by Sparco. I got it at Viking but other office supply stores have it also. You clip your pages together with a bulldog clip, apply the compound and let it sit. The compound is pink and gives the topa pinkish/red appearance.

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Thank you both for your suggestions. I will try both.
Woo Hoo now to start beginning of the year gifts for my daughters' teachers.
Yea I know, it's a bit of sucking up but hey I'm sure they'll appreciate it!
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