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I am doing some sea glass pictures where I need to glue the sea glass to cardstock paper. What is a good glue that will dry clear so that you can't see the glue through the sea glass on the paper after it dries?
You can use Elmer's school glue it dries clear or mod podge.
I find that "Gorilla" glue is the best glue for any type craft, it does come in several types so be sure and read the label telling that it is clear. And they do have a quick drying if you want that kind.
What kind of glue can I use for creating a window pane design?
I would use tacky glue. Aleene's makes a good one.
Like window clings? I used to make then from plain Elmer's and glitter or a few drops of food coloring. Now they make them with factory installed glam...I need to get crafting since they made it so easy!
What type of glue is best for securing embellishments (fabrics, silk florals, beads, etc.) onto lighted glass blocks and wine bottles? I need a glue that will not soften from the heat of the lighted blocks. How would I remove the glue in case of a mistake?
The best glue to use with glass is a high tech adhesive such as E6000 or Bond 527. These glues are not water soluable and they bond well to both porous and non-porous surfaces. They set slowly, which means you can reposition things before they completely dry, and they dry clear.
I am trying to glue sheet music to a window, but it seems no matter what glue I use you can see it when looking at it from the front. I have used mod podge matte and other things.
Please I need help asap!
How about trying to use window clings material and placing the music on the window and the cling on top like creating a sandwich. Any glue you use can risk permanent damage to the windows. If this doesn't work, there are window clings you can run thru a scanner/copier/printer. You get them at office supplies stores/sites.
Craft projects using glass often require you to glue glass to glass. This is a page about gluing glass to glass.
Beads that are glued to a glass should be sealed with an acrylic product, such as a matte medium to keep them in place. This is a page about gluing beads onto a wine glass.
This is a page about gluing rocks to the inside of an aquarium. When gluing rocks to the bottom of an aquarium, it is important to use a glue that holds the rocks in place but is also safe for the fish.
This is a page about gluing glass to metal. Some surfaces are more of a challenge to glue to each other.