Holiday Hop with Scrapbook Adhesives

Scrapbook Adhesives Holiday Blog Hop

We’re getting ready for Holiday crafting with the folks at Scrapbook Adhesives this week! They have all kinds of wonderful products to make your holiday crafting easy and fun, and we think their products are a natural fit with ours!

In case you missed the beginning of the week, check out

Monday – Stampendous Post   and   Scrapbook Adhesives Post

Tuesday – Stampendous Post   and   Scrapbook Adhesives Post

And you KNOW there are prizes!! “How do I win?.” you ask!  Well here’s a handy Rafflecopter Link that will give you the details.

Today you’ll want to see the wonderful projects happening on the

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Blog

Those from our amazing Design Team

Louise Healy

Kristine Reynolds

Janelle Stollfus

 

And you won’t want to miss these great projects from our very own Fran Seiford! She used the 3D Foam Squares from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L to pop up all her elements on these spooky creations using our Halloween Hats Cling Stamps and Dies! You can click on them for complete supplies and instructions.

Halloween Hats Pumpkins by Fran Seiford

Halloween Hats Tan by Fran Seiford

Halloween Hats Grey

Halloween Hats Pop Up by Fran Seiford

 

 

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24 thoughts on “Holiday Hop with Scrapbook Adhesives

    • Dolly, Vellum is a tough one. When possible we try to attach it with ribbon, paper fasteners, staples, something creative like that. When that’s not possible, we try to position the adhesive so that it overlaps a stamped element or paper element, somewhere it will be less obvious than in the middle of the open vellum. For that purpose we use ZipDry by Beacon Adhesive and just use very small dots of it, it dries very clear. Another option, if you want the vellum surface to be very flat, is to use an adhesive sheet like our Sticky Panels. This is a continuous sheet of double sided adhesive so you can place it on the back of your vellum piece and smooth it flat, then remove the backing and place it on your card. It’s super sticky though, so you only get one chance at this. Let us know if you have another solution that you love.

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  1. Well you have nailed it with the Halloween cards. This is one of my favorite Holidays to create for.
    Love the last cards pop up feature.

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