Speed up the creative process by letting Herma do the work. This convenient, easy-to-use, quick application dispenser lays out 1000 double-sided adhesive squares, one at a time, or in evenly spaced rows.
I've used these tabs for years and like them for three reasons. First, this adhesive has always held tight to textured surfaces. Second, I can reposition the tabs for a few hours before they are permanent. Third, I can remove the tabs from the dispenser with my fingers so I can place them just where I need them (as they are) or tear them into smaller pieces to save money.
It's not easy manage the amount of strong adhesive you usually get from a tape dispenser. I like that I can tear these tabs to the size I need.
I've also found that you don't have to use as many tabs as the dispenser puts out for a strong hold.
Jill Davis, Founder
I have been using Herma Vario tabs and the dispenser for my scrapbooking projects for the past 10 years. It is my absolute favorite adhesive. I find that it is very versatile and reliable. Herma tabs allow me to lift and move photos, etc. initially but once I have press it into place, it adheres permanently. I have never had any trouble with Herma tabs failing to adhere. I recommend the Herma Vario tab dispenser to all of my friends and fellow scrapbookers.
Herma has fantastic adhesives i highly recomind their Glue runners , its great I love it i can remove it off a page if i go off the edges by just rubbing it off , I can also remove it before 24 hours if i dont like how the layout looks , its great product .
I love my herma vario tabs and use them all of the time! The only problem is that rolling the tabs across your pictures or paper doesn't always work the way you'd like. I roll the tabs onto my finger, and then put them exactly where I want them. I like that you can easily reposition things after you've adhered them to a layout or card without destroying your paper. I recommend it, but wish it worked a little better.
I've had this tab dispenser for years. It used to be my go-to adhesive until I discovered Kokuyo. When my Kokuyo tape runner ran out and I realized they were discontinued, I went back to this dispenser in an emergency. And a few days later my layouts (that weren't in page protectors) started falling apart.
I've had this problem with some of my older layouts too. Though keeping them in the page protectors probably kept some of them intact. So although this used to be my favorite adhesive, I felt compelled to get on and write a review. I just can't recommend an adhesive that can't keep my pictures attached to the cardstock.