What Kind of glue should I use?

alan_2008January 27, 2008

I need to glue a construction paper design that is falling apart onto a manila folder (for support). What type of glue should I use for this (Elmer's White glue?) and/or is there a better combination of backing and glue to preserve this construction?


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Heres a link that may be helpful! not sure I would try the white glue as it could make your paper wrinkle.

Here is a link that might be useful: glueing this to that

    Bookmark   January 28, 2008 at 8:20AM
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Preserving the construction paper that is far from being acid free is going to be a problem in the long run even after you have reglued it to a more supportive piece. Spray both your construction paper piece and whatever you decide to back it with(an acid free mat board would be great and give a lot of support) with a "make it acid-free" type product, also use an acid free glue usually found in your scrapbooking department of even Wal Mart and any craft store.
good luck on your venture!!

    Bookmark   January 28, 2008 at 10:18AM
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