Laura here sharing a tutorial with you today, I was recently given a package of ThermOWeb Sticky Dots for Die Cuts to play with, if you haven't seen them, this is what the packaging looks like.
I hadn't used this product before, have you? I was anxious to give it a try though.
Turns out they are super simple to use, check it out.
you start by removing the waxy cover, from the sticky back paper.
Place your die cuts onto a section of the adhesive paper.
Lay the waxy top cover back over your elements.
And give them a little rub with your finger, pressing the die cuts into the adhesive.
Now remove your die cuts .
This is what they should look like on the back - loads of adhesive on them! You can rub off the little bits that over hand your die cut simply with your fingers.
Now place them onto your page or card. this is super wonderful for skinny elements that regular adhesive would be too wide for. Plus the entire die cut is stuck firmly to your project.
I also found out that this adhesive holds sequins pretty great too!
Here is a little photo of my finished card.
I am thinking that we could cut this adhesive into strips and apply glitter to the strips to embellish a project. What do you think?
Supply List - ThermOWeb Sticky Dots for Die Cuts; We R Memory Keepers patterned paper and ephemera; American Crafts Cardstock; Staedtler pen.
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