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Other uses for adhesives/glue dots

Posted by marie-ndcal (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 19, 12 at 15:49

If you have ever done any crafting you will know what I mean. Those little bits of adhesives or glue dots that many crafters use to put stuff in scrapbooks or on cards can also be used to put cut articles together when you cannot find or don't want to use scotch tape. Just roll the dispenser on either piece of paper and boy do they stick good. I also use them to stick a newspaper clipping to a letter I am sending, Just a couple of touches the the article sticks right where I want it to better than the tape.
Marie


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RE: Other uses for adhesives/glue dots

Thanks I like the newspaper idea. I just used some but they were the square kind. I put some on the wall so I could press the screen onto it. I have a flexible screen over part of the patio door.


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