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Old 09-04-2010, 09:32 AM   #1
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What is the best way to adhere pattern paper (SU DSP) to a chipboard album cover?
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Old 09-04-2010, 10:07 AM   #2
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I would probably use my ATG gun. Strips around the edge, and then several across the middle. This is the way I do covers for composition notebooks that I alter with dp.
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For an album cover I prefer using YES glue - applied with a brush (not a foam brush) in an even coat to just the paper...The paper can be moved for exact positioning. Then use a brayer in diagonal rolls to squeeze out any excess glue and set firmly. Weigh the cover down with heavy books so it won't warp.

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I use matte gel medium (Golden is the brand I use most) and a foam brush.
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I usually use ATG or modge podge
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Hmmm... all products that I don't have Thanks for your responses. Anyone else? There is a chart in the new SU cattie, but I don't have mine right now, I lent it to a friend.
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I've used Martha Stewart's Wide-Tip Glue Pen and a brayer to smooth out paper.
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I run the paper thru my xyron 900. even coverage, sticks great. You pry don't have one tho, or you would have thought of it!

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ATG, Modge Podge or Xyron - depends on the shape/size.
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I wound up using the Tombow glue that I got from SU. It worked fine.
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Old 09-11-2010, 07:20 AM   #12
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I use a plain old glue stick. It works great, and you can adjust it for a few seconds if you don't get it quite right.
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I've used rubber cement. If some oozes out of the edge, it is easy to rub off once it's dry.
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I use spray adhesive and I have never had a problem.
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These are the things I have tried with their results:

Spray Adhesive: Works great - only drawback is I always end up with it on my arms for some reason when I use it (could be me and not the glue)

My ATG: Love this thing - but when you want super great coverage this doesn't work as well for me - I always have little corners, etc that don't get stuck down.

Ranger's Multi Medium - this stuff is awesome - takes a while to dry though and sometimes if you are using thin paper I've had it rip. I do think this gives the best "coverage" though.

Xyron - This is one of my favorite things - only issue I have with it is the glue left around the small crevices of a cutout - but nothing that an adhesive eraser won't fix!

Personally for these I think the glue/multi medium with a paintbrush provides the best coverage.
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My favorite all-time adhesive is by 3M. It is a liquid and comes in a bottle. It's Scotch Quick-Dry adhesive. I love it for everything. A bottle will last your forever, because you only use a tiny bit. Most people use way too much when they first purchase it. A tiny line, barely visible, works great. Get it in the scrapbook section of Michael's or Hobby Lobby with a coupon! This glue does not wrinkle the paper either. Everyone in my card-making group pretty much uses it exclusively, since they've been introduced to it.
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I use either Mod Podge or PVA (used for book making - dries quickly, nice & flat, and you get no bubbles.
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I have used primarily Modge Podge as stated above or even Crystal Lacquer. Another to try is Paper Adhesive by ArtQuest. I would like to know what would stick to bark. Yes bark from a white birch tree. My daughter has one in her yard that had a hunk hanging off so I asked if I could have it for my collage cards. When I tried to adhere it to the paper I had to use tons of tapes and send it to my brother quickly! before it came apart! Funny. He is a hunter and he absolutely loved it....before it fell apart.
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I use Martha Stewart's Decoupage Glue. Unlike Mod Podge, this dries without brush marks and has a smooth, matte finish.
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I would use Tombow Mono Multi Glue for that, just don't use too much or your DSP might bubble from the moisture of the glue.
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trust me--this is the ultimate and best to use. I have to drive to East Texas to buy it but it is the best thing I have ever used for chipboard.

Amazon.com: Dab'n Stic Scrapbook Glue: 50ml: Kitchen & Dining
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Glue stick works best for me! The UHU brand is my favorite.
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I always use Jac paper for this type of thing. It's sheets of paper that has a peel off layer either side. I always use it to adhere patterned paper to chipboard etc.
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Has anyone tried Zip-Dry Glue? I have a friend who is a fellow instructor that also teaches book-making. She has her classes purchase this glue for her book making classes and the Scrapbook store always sells out quickly. Made me a believer. You don't need much and it's wrinkle free. It drys in about 5-10 minutes--depending on how thick you apply it, climate you're in... Dries clear so it works great even on acrylic! SCS has a thread about it: http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...e-t277778.html
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Has anyone tried Zip-Dry Glue? I have a friend who is a fellow instructor that also teaches book-making. She has her classes purchase this glue for her book making classes and the Scrapbook store always sells out quickly. Made me a believer. You don't need much and it's wrinkle free. It drys in about 5-10 minutes--depending on how thick you apply it, climate you're in... Dries clear so it works great even on acrylic! SCS has a thread about it: http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...e-t277778.html
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YouTube - Beacon Adhesives Performs Magic With Their Zip-Dry Glue CHA Summer 2009
A fantastic scrapping friend of mine also uses Zip-Dry and her projects turn out beautifully. However, several of my stamping friends and I tried it and threw ours out. It's messy, clogs, and I hate it. Wish I could get mine to work like her. Maybe I'm "Glue Challenged."
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