What is it?
Wet applicators often have a precision tip. These adhesives can be helpful when you need to get glue into a tight space or need a bit stronger hold than that obtained from double-sided tape.
- large or heavy embellishments
- thin strips or die cuts (as long as your glue has a precision tip)
- clear embellishments (if your liquid glue dries clear)
- large areas (Liquid glue can be messy, so it is best saved for attaching embellishments rather than used as your main adhesive. It can also cause paper to rumple because of the moisture.)
2 Responses to “Guide to Adhesives: Liquid Adhesive”