Hasn't the week been wonderful with all the wonderful projects form Glue Arts. We have a few more for you to see today. So we thank you for visiting from Glue Arts!
Danni has this super cute card:
And this from Lexi:
"Not gonna lie--this is just a corner of my desk where I create...and most often I create on the floor. It is always a mess, but the one thing I do always have handy is my Glue Arts Glue Glider Pro. Love that thing! It is so simple to change the adhesive, but that doesn't seem to happen much unless I am crafting up a storm, because there is lots of adhesive on each roll. I also like that it is the right amount of sticky for adhering vintage papers, like the old dictionary paper on the card I created here, without tearing the paper."
This one from Amy:
I used the 3D U Cut It Adhesive Foam blanks for my entire "ho, ho, ho!" sticker to give it dimension and it worked like a charm. I am also a HUGE fan of the Adhesive Squares. They are so thin and their tack is fantastic for a variety of applications including for different mediums such as ribbon and wood, as I've used in my card. I love them!
Glue Arts is offering up a wonderful prize package if you go and visit their blog.
We'd like to give you a bit of Holiday Style too! Along with our GlueArts products! Just post a comment today...we really do enjoy hearing from you...and we'll enter you to win a collection kit from October Afternoon's NEW Holiday Style along with a GlueArts Embellishment Kit!!! ( Includes (1) Roll Ribbon Adhesive, (1) Roll Extreme Adhesive Squares, (10) Sheets Vellum Adhesive, (1) Sheet U CUT IT Foam, (16) Squares Raisen's, and (300) Micro Adhesive Squares.) We'll select one random winner and post their name on Christmas Eve!!
Glue arts also gave us a product pack to give away to our customers too, and we had to add a little OA to it!
Look at all this great stuff!
I tried the new Ribbon Glue....it is truly amazing! I love how easy it was to apply and the stick is amazing. It is relly thin and comes on a roll, so you can cut it to any length. A tip I have is when you apply it to a bumpy ribbon (like the pom pom ribbon below, press it really good into the ribbon).