Glue Dots are simply wonderful! They’re really easy to use, and really sticky.
I like them for lots of different things:
- Attaching small photos to my scrapbook pages
- Attaching Prima flowers and other small embellishments to layouts, mini album pages, cards etc.
- Attaching hand-stamped letters to any of my paper craft projects
I like to get the clear glue dots for use with clear albums or transparent pages. They aren’t totally invisible from the back of a clear page, but in order to see them you have to really be looking carefully for them. They’re not intrusive at all, and they’re easy to work with.
Glue Dots are also great for kids’ crafts and office use.
Another advantage: They’re about as mess-free as it gets.
Glue Dots come packaged in several different ways; some are packaged on rolls and some are packaged on sheets.
How to Use Glue Dots
There are a variety of ways you can use Glue Dots.
One possible way is to cut the backing around the Glue Dot, then stick the Glue Dot down where you want it, then apply slight pressure and peel the backing away.
Another way: just unpeel the Glue Dot and stick it down. (Works best if you start with clean fingers and hands.)
Another way: if you’re using a Glue Dot roller, unroll a length of backing from the roller, and stick the Glue Dot directly onto your project.
I’ve been very satisfied with Glue Dots, and I’m happy to recommend them to other crafters.
Where to Buy Glue Dots
Click here to shop for Glue Dots at Scrapbook.com.
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By Amy Solovay
About the Author: Amy Solovay is a freelance writer with a background in textile design. She holds a bachelor’s degree with a studio art minor; and she has also obtained another degree in textile design.
This page was last updated on 5-17-2021.