To these I added white gift wrap and embellishments. Where school glue fails, Tacky Glue picks up the slack. Any of these items would fall right off of a project if you were using regular white glue and are small enough that you’d burn yourself trying to do a neat job of hot glueing.
I chose the sequins to demonstrate. So easy to draw your lines and drop the sequins on.
Tilt and shake. The Tacky Glue grabs whatever it touches and the rest falls right off when you turn it. No running or dripping. With glitter that’s particularly important. When it dries it holds firmly and flexibly, so that nothing pops off.
In summary, what I’m saying is… Tacky Glue is a useful part of your basic crafting stash.
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ooooo who doesn’t love a sequin? I will definitely be adding them to my gifts this Christmas :)
Angela Lee says
This is going on my shopping list for sure!
Amy Anderson says
Um, LOVE this. Seriously!
Andrea from The Train To Crazy says
Fun idea! I think if I started this my kids would go nuts making every package “fancy”. =)