Wednesday, January 21, 2009

My New Glue Examples

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CIMG6599 So excited was I with the attributes of my new found glue, (see previous post), that I put together a few pages to share with you how wonderful it works. The top two photos are pages covered with napkins that were torn apart and glued down. The third is parts of a Bible I recovered from the Goodwill, tea stained and use in my art. The fourth is done using tissue paper and the fifth using an old sewing pattern. How cool is that? None of these pages show any signs of stickiness once dried and that makes for  perfect glue in my humble opinion!

Note: It is also a breeze to write over the glued pages. I tend to prefer permanent markers for their good writing quality and availability. They all write perfectly over my wonderful Elmer's Washable Clear School Glue.

1 comment:

  1. Wow! I love the pages you have prepared using your new glue. We don't have Elmers Glue here in the UK although I have heard of it. I'm wondering whether it is like our school glue. To seal pages I use quick dry varnish, I think it must be water based as you can wash your brush through under the tap.

    Hope you can find time to pop round my blog sometime!!