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Old 05-15-2019, 07:34 PM   #1
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Now that Stampin up got rid of another great product what is everyone replacing the adhesive sheets with. I totally loved this stuff for die cut words and small items.
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Old 05-16-2019, 01:59 AM   #2
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I'm not familiar with the SU product, but I have seen Jennifer McGuire raving over Stick It! adhesive sheets. She said it was very thin, and the best part is that it doesn't really stick until you burnish it to the cardstock, so you have some movability. I got some from Amazon, and have to say I love it. It really is much thinner than others on the market, so die cutting cardstock with it on the back is really easy. Link HERE for product on Amazon, but I'm sure you'd get it from most of your big name stores.
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Old 05-16-2019, 04:02 AM   #3
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I am another fan of Stick It! I have used it for very intricate die cuts and it works beautifully...and no sticky/gooey mess on your fingers!
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Sizzix makes adhesive sheets too.
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scrapbook.com sells quite a few different ones--including Stick It. I've always had good luck purchasing online from them. Plus, they run all sorts of deals during the week. I find I order from them more than Amazon anymore.

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I have Scor-Tape in several different widths (Simon Says Stamps carries it in many sizes and at good prices) that I put on the back of the cardstock and then cut with a die. It seems easier to me than dealing with a page-sized piece of something and then the left-over areas, plus I have various sizes of the tape for attaching pieces of different sizes.
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I like one because it's a lot less messy - it only picks up adhesive where you apply pressure - so no sticky edges. I have a post on it here - I found it at an art show in New Mexico

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Another vote for Stick It (shop around) or if needing a super tough hold ScorTape in wider widths, and sometimes a Xyron, especially if I’ve forgotten to use Stick It.
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Thank you for the link to stick it. Does it work the same way as the Stampin up Adhesive Sheets.?
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stampinmom, I have never used the Su one, so I honestly don't know. I can say the Stick It has 3 separate backing pieces, so you can peel off one at a time,making it easy to attach your cardstock to nice and flat. Or if you only need to add it to a narrow piece, it makes that easy too,and until you burnish it to your cardstock, you can re-lift the cardstock if the placing isn't perfect. Then burnish, and it's permanent. It's also a super thin adhesive sheet, so die cuts with no issue. Another tip from Jennifer- the release sheets are great to use underneath anything you want to add wet glue to, as it doesn't stick to your piece.
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