Comparing the Different Adhesives

I get asked a lot the same question about our adhesives:

“What is the difference between the many different adhesives that Stampin’ Up! Sells?”  So, let’s take a look at the differences:

Adhesive2waygluepen 2 Way Glue Pen

  • Blue when wet (permanent bond) clear when dry (temporary bond) 
  • Chisel tip
  • Washes off skin with soap and water

 

Adhesivedotto  
Dotto  

  • 49 feet of temporary, self-adhesive dots on paper backing
  • Convenient dispenser rolls dots from paper backing to cardstock, photograph, or accent
  • adhesive is solvent free
  • Refill available
  • Use for temporarily putting a design together to see how it will look.
  • A must when using the Stamp-a-ma-Jig

 

 
Snail Adhesive
Adhesivesnail

  • 472 inches of double-sided adhesive  
  • refill cartridges sold separately
  • Permanent, creates strong bond

 

Adhesiveanywheregluestick Anywhere Glue Stick

  • Odorless and permanent
  • 2 per package, 20 grams of solid glue each
  • Square corner edge for hard-to-reach areas

 

Adhesivestickystrip Sticky Strip 

  • Double-sided
  • Pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive
  • 1/4 inches wide, 10 yards
  • Very strong, perfect for die-cut boxes & 3D projects
  • Comes in a zippered plastic bag for convenient storage

 

Adhesivegluedots Mini Glue Dots 

  • Adhesive dots, bond instantly to a variety of materials
  • Easy to use, photo safe
  • 300 dots per roll and each dot is approx 3/16 in diameter.

 

Adhesivestampindimensionasl Stampin’ Dimensionals 

  • 300 1/16 inch Stampin’ Dimensionals
  • Double-sided, self adhesive foam mounts
  • Use multiple Stampin’ Dimensionals for multilevel projects or added height

 

 

Adhesivetombow Multi Purpose Adhesive 

  • Latex rubber acrylic resin adhesive
  • Works great for adhering cardstock or designer Series paper to chipboard
  • Excellent for adhering Stampin’ Glitter to surfaces
  • Dual-tipped applicator
  • Adhesive can be both permanent or temporary depending on how it’s applied

I hope this comparison will be helpful to you.  If you need any of the items mentioned above, just click on the picture to access my online store.

Happy Stamping,

Sage Kimble

 Nurturing Creativity, One Stamp at a Time!

Sage Kimble
aka The Mad Stamper
sage@stampingmadly.com
505-266-6240

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