Stampendous and Scrapbook Adhesives – Stick Together


We are just so thrilled to be showcasing the fine adhesives from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L this week.  In case you can’t tell, the graphic above is showing us applying blue glitter to some EZ Runner Permanent adhesive! This tape runner system of glue allows you to quickly assemble cards and scrapbook pages. It’s also idea for traveling with your scrapping stash because there’s no spilling or leaking to contend with. Just easy to apply adhesive ready when you are! Here’s a quick and easy sample card using the EZ Runner to hold some of our Gold Halo Glitter Mix in place for a darling and simple card accent. The glitter is having a MUCH easier time holding on than Amanda Mouse is!

Chin Up by Debi Hammons –
Image ©Ellen Jareckie and House-Mouse Designs®

Now check out what the other designers today have made with the Scrapbook Adhesives and Stampendous products! Comment on all the blogs so you can be entered to win this fantastic prize package:


Here’s who’s creating today:

Stampendous Impressions

Scrapbook Adhesives Blog

Janelle Stollfus

Kristine Reynolds

Tenia Renee Nelson

32 thoughts on “Stampendous and Scrapbook Adhesives – Stick Together

  1. Amanda mouse doing chin ups on a sprig of holly, now that is just too sweet. Love the idea of using e-z runner instead of glue for glitter!


  2. He is so cute-I would love to have a little guy like that to stamp with. Using the tape runner for glitter-never thought of that. And I need lots of help when it comes to glitter.


  3. I love the idea of the tape to hold the glitter. That’s clever and surely I wouldn’t make as big a mess with that. The card is really cute, too!


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