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Old 06-11-2006, 10:34 AM   #1  
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Default What adhesive do you prefer for lunch tins?

I have made several lunch tins and have used several different types of adhesive. I am not really liking how any of them are turning out and am wondering what other people are using. I can't seal my sticky taped boxes, and I find that the Mod Podge (for paper) leaves bubbles no matter how hard I try and yellows on the outside. Have thought of using my Xyron to adhere the paper, but then how do I seal the box? Won't Mod Podge then cause the paper to buckle and bubble if I don't use it to adhere the paper as well?

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mod-podge by far! mod-podge UNDER the paper and OVER the paper!!
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I used modge podge under the paper too. Sherri
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the mod podge for paper or the general mod podge variety? there seems to be so many mod podge choices.

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I used modge podge under the paper too.
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I guess what I'm trying to clarify is what *kind* of Mod Podge are y'all using? There is a Mod Podge for Paper and then there's just a regular Mod Podge. And then there's glitter Mod Podge, and the list of varieties goes on.
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Just regular mod podge is fine. I use matte, but glossy is fine too. The paper mod podge is kind of a rip-off.....all of it is suitable for paper!
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Thanks Emily. I'll have to try the regular Mod Podge. I'm not really liking the paper one. I notice it's slightly yellow when I use it over top of the paper to seal it. Does anyone else notice this with regular Mod Podge?
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I was at my LSS today and bought some Tombo Mono Metal Liquid Glue. Indicates it is especially made for attaching paper to metal. It was only $3.15 and comes in a Dual end applicator container that is shaped like the Mono Multi's. I never saw it before today - so don't know if it's any good
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Let us know if it's any good Cathy!
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The tombow metal may work well, but it will be a LOT $$ than mod podge. Just an FYI. Mod Podge (regular) will be white-ish when you paint it on, but when it dries it will dry clear.
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Where do you buy them?

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Default you can buy lunch box tins...

JoAnn's and Michael's now seem to carry them. However, I bought mine from CreativeXpress.com.
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I got my at Wal-Mart.
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I got one at Michaels and one at orientaltrading.com. The handles are different though. I think the one from Michael's is slightly smaller in dimensions too. I made my first one and am looking at it to see how i can improve it. I used bazzil paper for it and it seems to stiff and didn't stick as well as the thinner patterned paper I used. It still isn't bad for a first try though.
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Default Mod podge for attaching paper to tins

I always use Mod Podge to adhere paper (lighter weight; not cardstock) to tins, paint cans and cigar boxes. always works well, though, apply lightly so as to avoid bubbles. When coating the outside of the paper, i really like Glossy for a shiny look, Sepia for a distressed/antique look, Antique for a yellowed look, and Pearl for a pearlescent look. Sparkle is ok, but usually for kids' projects. good luck!
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Wow, thanks for the Mod Podge info lattelovinm. That was really good info. I'm in the process of doing a tin right now, but it bubbled too much. I'm trying to carefully place my embellishments over the bubbles! Question: do you Mod Podge the entire exterior, including embellishments? Or just the paper?

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I accidentally bought the glitter mod podge. Will that work?
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I accidentally bought the glitter mod podge. Will that work?
Yes, it will just be glittery!
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the glitter mod podge is pretty for certain applications, but sometimes it's too much glitter for a more clear look if that's what you want; very girly; you could even just do parts of what you're covering with glitter mod podge, and other parts plain, etc., if you want to highlight an area with glitter; i feel like it can distort the paper's images since it's so glittery. but, again, it's fun for certain looks. Happy decoupaging!
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more for christief: forgot to answer the question about mod podging over the paper only, or embellishements, too: just the paper; cover it all first with your choice of mod podge, then add your embellishments when it dries; i usually just do one coat and that seems durable enough. i do find that the glossy mod podge seems a little heavier/durable than say the matte finish. i like them all for different uses! i'm a mod podge addict; i actually mod podged a bunch of cigar boxes that were collaged with vintage pictures/images from our old town's history like old firehouses, churches, the lake and it's old boardwalk, etc.; they were really cool and i gave a few away as gifts for friend/family who also live in my town; sold the rest at our town's spring craft fair - only made 10 to sell since i had no idea how they'd do and sold 8 of them; was fun for a first time and those that bought them really appreciated the work; it took about 2.5 hours to do one with covering the boxes with various papers and adding embellishments; question: can i upload photos of two i still have since i used some SU papers and/or stamps, but a lot of embellishments are not SU?? not sure what protocol is for photos of projects that don't have all SU supplies... Thanks for reading my babbling!! Marie
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I prefer using Xyron or spray adhesive. I guess I'm Modge Podge challenged! I didn't seal mine.
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i'm acutally spray adhesive challenged - i'm dangerous with that stuff; it goes everywhere and more and i'm not fast enough to put what i want where i want it; mod podge is more fluid so i can adjust the paper for a minute or two before it is truly stuck. strangely, i like the smell of the mod podge, too! wacky....
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What do you use to apply the Mod Podge? I used a sponge brush but think I got it on to thick. Do you thin it at all or straight from the bottle. TIA!!!

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Hi: i just use a paint brush; size of brush depends on area i'm covering; i never thin the mod podge, but i do tend to use too much sometimes, so i have to remember to use nice, thin layer, but enough that it doesn't dry by the time i get the paper onto the item i'm covering; i also sometimes apply the mod podge to the item first, and then the paper, and it allows the paper to slide around a bit for adjustment; if i don't apply it to both the item and the paper, sometimes it sticks too well right away as soon as i apply the paper and then i can't make adjustments or move it around. hope that helps! marie
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just remembered i started my first gallery today and uploaded a photo of a decoupaged collage box i made; it's under my name or in the regular gallery of SU sets area under Collage Alpahbet.
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I was about to ask the same question Lori has! I have used glossy Mod Podge in the past using a foam brush as well as a (cheapie, coarse) bristle brush. Both times it went on too thick, remained sticky even after it dried (as in the surface was tacky and every time I opened the project up the lid was stuck to the container even when it all dried). I would like to know how to get better results than that!

And lattelovinm, the gallery is for any and all paper crafts! there are lots of projects in there that have NO SU products, many digital items, etc. If you used any stamps on your boxes, you can upload them to the gallery for that stamp set, or if the patterned paper is associated with a stamp set you could even consider uploading it to that set's gallery. Or even better would be to upload it to Anything But a Card and put the stamps and patterned paper used in your write-up about it so people can do searches for projects that use those products. The more info you include, the easier it will b e for folks to look at your uploads! Good luck and I look forward to looking at your cigar boxes!
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Hi,
I used to demo Modge Podge projects at Michaels. Here's the trick. Use a thin coat under your paper. Use an even thinner coat on top! USE A CRAFT STICK (POPSICLE STICK), TO APPLY THE Modge Podge. Modge Podge is an adhesive and a sealer. This is part of your problem. In humid climates the Modge Podge takes longer to set up. Try sticking the project in your freezer for an hour. I DO NOT suggest sticking it in the oven. However, a friend does this at 175 degrees F to "dry" out the project.

I don't use Modge Podge on the tins. I use RedLine tape with SU CS. I use 3M double sided tape for non-SU products. I have not had a "pop off" issue with these products.

Good luck! Oh, I buy the tins from JoAnns.com and CreativeXpress!
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Hi all! I have done a number of different decopage projects with modge podge. I f you have time and patience for it you can get a really nice creation. A paintbrush is definetely the best to use, you just need to keep spreading. I always dip my brush and the remove excess before I aply my brush to the project. I also read that people are getting yellowing. When you buy your modge, be sure that you are buying a clear finish and not the antiqued finish. It makes a huge difference on your projects. I hope all your projects have turned well!
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When we do decopogue (sp?) projects in the art classes i teach, we use an even cheaper solution. Take Alleene's Tacky Glue. Mix half and hal with water. We actually paint pretty thick coats of the mxiture and let dry once done. I've never noticed any yellowing. Sometimes the mixture bubbles a little, but that is easily smoothed away.

Caveat: I just realized I don't remember if we'd done it on tin projects or just wood and acrylic.
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"Craft Bond" Spray Adhesive By Elmer's works great for attaching card stock to tins and cans and is Acid Free. It can be applied to provide either a permanent or temporary bond. Someone commented earlier that they were spray adhesive challenged -- what you need to do is create a spray booth using a cardboard box. Stick your cardstock in the box and spray lightly then remove from box and attach to lunch tin or paint can or whatever. It provides great all over adhesion with no bubbles.
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Interesting idea about the spray booth. Is the cardstock movable at all, or does it pretty much immediately stick to the tin the moment it touches it? The nice thing about Mod Podge is that you can slide it around for a couple of seconds. (Of course, this usually means I'm using too much!)
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What about Royal Coat (a Mod Podge-like product)? I haven't tried it yet, but have read that it works better in areas where humidity doesn't allow the Modge Podge to dry well. Anyone used it? I'm curious about how well it worked since I have a couple of lunch tins that I have yet to cover.
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I've only ever used Mod Podge in the Prairies, a very arid climate, and I still got the sticky problems. Probably cos I used too much, and possibly cos I used Podgy (similar product manufactured by the former Lewiscraft).
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I've used Royal Coat brand mod podge adhesive because they offer "antique", "sepia" and i think "sparkle" colors; it works just the same as Mod Podge brand for me. I do love the idea of a spray adhesive "box" to spray your paper inside of to avoid overspray everywhere other than your paper! i'll definitely do that the next time; my only problem with using spray adhesive is that it's so strongly tacky and dries so fast that i dont' have the flexibility to move my paper around once it hits the item i;m covering; i like the flexibility of mod podge better because you have a little time to slide your paper around and make adjustments before it adheres. all good advice from the thread....
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