Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Flock and Glitter Dots Tutorial


Want to learn something else you can do with your adhesives? Using Aleene's Tack it Over and Over liquid glue, you can make your own peel and stick glitter or flock accents. What an easy way to add a touch of bling to your next project without having to wait for glue to dry. I've used these as accents on Christmas cards as well as flower centers. You could use them anywhere you'd normally place a pearl, gem or brad. If you come up with any great ideas on how to use these, let us know! E-mail practicalscrappersideas@gmail.com with your great ideas.

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12 comments:

the cricutologist said...

Great idea! Did you get that adhesive at Joanne's or Michael's?

Donna VW said...

This is a great idea! I have lots of Alene's Tack It Over and Over left over from when I unmounted all my wooden block rubber stamps.

Erin said...

I purchased the glue through my local Scrapbook store, but I'm sure one of the bigger chains will have it.

Stacie (craft-princess) said...

Fantastic tutorial!!

JJ Sobey said...

tutorial came out great - very easy to follow

Jenny B said...

Awesome great tutorial! You can get that adhesive at WM too:)

PenLight said...

Cool Erin. Great idea and tutorial. I just got some alleenes tack ti over and over and know I have another use for it! Thanks1

MommaSaid said...

Very cute idea! I'm tempted to pick up some Aileen's and loose glitter now. Not only would it be fun for my own projects, but DS could make his own sparkly decorations (He's three and likes my glitter) for all the cards he loves to make.

Denise said...

great tip. I am going to have to get that stuff to make my own dots.

RAP said...

Great idea. That's the second idea I've seen using that product in 2 days. That must mean I need some! The other was to make your own glue dots. Same process just don't put glitter on.

Sharing My Thoughts said...

Love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

Kristie Maynard said...

What a great idea. I have some Tack It Over and Over and will definately have to make some of these. Thanks!!!