I have always been a bit shy of using liquid/wet glue on my paper craft projects. But I just discovered a new to me product that I absolutely love. This is my Gina K Designs Connect Glue review.
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Where to get Gina K Designs Connect Glue
I found 2 places online to purchase this glue. Gina K Designs, of course sells it and you can purchase it here. Kat Scrapiness sells it as well. I'm searching for an overseeas source for that to share so if you find a place other than the two places listed above, please leave a comment below.
Why I'm afraid to use wet glue on paper crafts
When I do use liquid glue, I have always used Tombow's Mono Liquid Glue. It's a great glue but I usually only used it on something that is not fine in detail. I am always afraid that I will use too much glue because I have a hard time controlling the amount that comes out, or that it will make the paper wet and crinkle.
Recently I saw another crafter using Gina K. Designs Connect Glue and was intrigued so I decided to go ahead and order one.
The first thing I noticed was how well I was able to control the amount of glue coming out by gently squeezing the container. It feels more like a pen or a marker in my hand than a bottle of glue. This allowed me to put a tiny bit of glue down to perhaps adhere a small sequin.
I was able to put a very small bead of glue at the bottom of the die cut image and then adhere that to another small die cut with no problem. It was so nice to not worry about getting glue into the colored stamped area.
This glue dries clear so there is no messy residue left on the card. It almost looks like it could be an enamel clear dot or something.
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