Tombow Adhesive - The Ideal Item for Scrapbooking?
One of my major pet peeves is getting sloppy, sticky adhesives all on my hands when I'm wanting to use glue on small objects. Specifically when it comes to scrapping. Many arts and crafters know that double sided tape rollers offer a fast and simple strategy to fasten paper, cardstock, photos and memorabilia. Arts and crafters basically grip the comfortably molded model and pull it across the area to be fastened. Considering that the glue comes out dry there is hardly any mess and also the paper won't crinkle like it can with traditional liquid style adhesives. Acid-free versions make this Tombow model a preferred option for crafters, and the lightweight units are ideal for on-the-go crafting. I would suggest this adhesive to anyone who wants to add accessories with no headache! You can draw whatever you desire, name, hearts, doodling flowers, and then cover it in glitter, remove the extra glitter and it looks similar to a glitter rub on. It also works well with flocking. The good thing is there is a application in the glue cap that keeps it from blocking up. Of the many pen-style glues I've tested, this one performs the most effectively and feels most like an actual pen.