Username Post: HELP- need to know        (Topic#1509459)
Kitty_wOlf
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Kitty_wOlf

if the ATG is storng enogh to glue down cardstock to one of these albums...


 
iammaryburke
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In response to Kitty_wOlf

I would think so.


 
CommaHolly
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In response to iammaryburke

It's pretty strong,,,,,,

the only issue I ever had was with highly HIGHLY glittered or embossed paper,,,,,ther'es just not enough smooth surface space to stick well,,,,,,I used glue dots for those things,,,,,


 
Sunnydi
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In response to Kitty_wOlf

Probably. I'd used my 1/2" size if using atg. I think I'd use Modge Podge on this project.


 
DivaDana
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In response to Sunnydi

mod podge would probably be the best choice.


 
scrapalooza
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scrapalooza
In response to DivaDana

It should be. An ATG gun is actually what they use in framing so it should be strong.


 
scrap4brains
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In response to scrapalooza

Like someone else said - as long as you have a long smooth place. I usually use 3 or 4 strips all the way accross the back of cs. For bumpy places or chipboard kinds of thingys, I use Zots.


 
riverroadrn
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In response to scrap4brains

I used it on a library pocket type thing which was made of chip. It will not stick and I have tried every combination I can think of to make it stick. The ATG didnt hold, NOT even my Terrifically Tacky Tape that I am a great fan of...oh well...


 
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