I just recently started using this product. I had never seen it used before, but I was very easy to figure out. I have used it to add shine to the patterns on my paper, to flowers, to buttons, to chipboard letters, and other embellishments. I have also used it for a strong adhesive. It works great. I did however try to use it on ribbon. DON'T. It just soaked it up and left a big stain. One tip - After each use the tip of mine gets a little clogged. I just use a safety pin to move the dried glaze out of the way. Hope this helped you.
This glaze rocks!!!
Used in this layout: Renee - about Me
This is a strong glue to adhere many things, but I really like to use it as an accent on my projects. You can cover an entire area to live a glossy finish, or you can leave raised dots (I used it in the middle and tips of snowflakes I stamped). It just adds that little extra and so easy to use! Hint: don't cut off a lot of the top! It will come out fairly quickly even with just a small hole. If it becomes glued shut just take a needle or tack and poke a small hole back through the opening. I wish I would've gotten this product sooner!
Used in this layout: Tis the Season
Looks like everyone likes Diamond Glaze! Well, I have a new use for it! I traced letters from a milk carton and cut them out. I then used the diamond glaze to adhere them onto my page. Not new, you're thinking? The milk carton already has an icy look to it, so when you attach it with the glaze, it that variation of shades like ice has. And, it's recycling! It's hard to explain, but absolutely fabulous! I also have used it in bottle caps and plastic binding rings to give it that epoxy look and feel. You could even mix a little glitter in it and make it bling!
Used in this layout: Winter Wonderland
This product is fabulous! I find it easy to work with, you just spread it out over your area and you can get a pretty fine line considering that its an adhesive product, and then sprinkle whatever you want stuck on there and let it dry and it sticks! Really sticks. No glitter has flaked off regardless of the brand I've used so far.
Used in this layout: Our Tiny Sprite
I've always enjoyed Judikins products & was glad to see that Scrapbook.com had it in stock. I used it with different media to make a tag into more of a charm with dimension. It turned out pretty cool. My son & his father took my last bottle apparently thinking it was just regular glue, I don't know how that turned out but I think I'm missing other bottles of adhesive as well so I can only imagine since they aren't saying 😀
This is quite similar to the self-leveling gel sold in art supply stores, but is great to have in a tip-applicator bottle. I use it to dress up ATCs, to attach metal findings to paper, and to fill in bezels. It's safer than the melt-pot stuff, and just as effective.
I love this stuff -- it is simply amazing. It is quick-drying, super strong adhesive that can be used to adhere pretty much anything. I used it a lot for odd embellishments and art institute glass beads. Just snip off a little bit of the end to use it (you probably need to use a stick pin to clear the tip at the beginning of each use).
Used in this layout: moon eyes
I love this adhesive...I use for almost everything. It is great for chipboard, buttons, flowers and it really adheres once you've put something in place. This adhesive is also good for making clear water dots or splash marks on your fun bath or swimming pages! Try some today!!!
Used in this layout: Remember when
I love my diamond glaze. I use it on just about every layout or project that I do. I especially love it to stick just about anything to anything. Even metal embellishments stay put. It just adds a bit of pop to any l/o and you can turn humdrum papers into something special.
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