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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Quick Tip Tuesday: Scotch Adhesive Rebate

Welcome to Quick Tip Tuesday! Thank you for all the great adhesive suggestions you gave last week.  I'm looking forward to trying some out.

I've recently learned of a new Scotch product (at least I think it's new):  Scotch Scrapbooker's Glue with 2-Way Applicator.  Currently, at some Michael's stores, rebate forms for this glue can be found from tearpads located near the glue or on a special display.  The rebate is issued in US funds to a maximum of $6.99, but can be claimed by both American and Canadian citizens.  Glue must be purchased before the end of the year.

If you are in Canada, the price of the glue is more than the rebate offer.  However, if you use a weekly Michael's coupon to purchase the glue, you will end up with a full refund.  

I just purchased the glue last night, and gave it a quick test.  There are two ends - a wider end with a sponge-type applicator and a finer end with a tip.  The glue is clear liquid and seems to work well with paper and cardstock.  I was was worried that my lighter paper would pucker a bit, but this was not the case at all.  I'm quite pleased with this glue - especially considering the fact that I'll be receiving a rebate cheque!

Happy crafting!

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  1. I used this glue and it totally ruined my card. There seemed to be a lot of water content and the glue made my card stock pucker badly. I had to throw away the project and start over, using different glue.

  2. was planning a trip to Ms today anyway and was in need of a liquid adhesive...TFS

  3. the rebate is great one for me and one for the kids. that way i can find it when i need to glue something, which is often.

  4. the rebate makes it nice. that way i can buy 2 one for me and one for the kids. nothing worse than running out of glue when you need it.

  5. Hi, I hate the glue, it bubbles up and does not lay flat after it dries. I would not use it for pictures or scrapbooking


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