Post # 1
We’re adding some pictures to our table numbers, so they will be held veritcally on the number holder. I want to make sure to use a good adhesive where the picture will really stick to the cardstock, any suggestions?
Post # 3
Try a scrapbooking store. I know that there’s at least one kind of tape stuff that you use to attach pictures to cardstock and it holds rather well.
Post # 4
I used this roller dot tape stuff. It was really really strong and didn’t cause any warping of pictures. I got it at walmart.
Post # 5
I agree with FutureMrsBLT – the glue dots!
Post # 7
The 3M ATG 700 Gun is way more useful than glue dots, and it holds up way better. I was at a scrapbooking event where the lady used the ATG gun to hold a book to a wall! Haha..
Post # 8
i love all the glues mentioned, but i have fount htem to add up $$ pretty fast. I didnt care for the glue dots because they were slightly raised and you could see them through the picture a bit. i liked the Heritex (sp?) thingy because you could pull the pictures back off when you were done so you didnt sacrifice any pictures. i actually liked spray mount the best for even, non bumpy coverage and a good stick
Post # 9
double-sided scrapbooking tape?
Post # 10
I tested a variety of glue sticks and a glue gun, but the best thing was spray adhesive from the office supply store.
Post # 11
Spray adhesive. However, once it’s placed, you can’t move it.