Browsing the "glue" Tag

How To: Sheet Music Bottle

January 13th, 2012 | by Bonnie Getchell

Most people know I love crafting, so they always give me items that they think I could use (which I absolutely love!). My friend and her family saved a few wine bottles for me after one of their family gatherings and I was so excited to do a a project with them! Then, a few weeks ago, I found several books of sheet music at a thrift store for 50 cents each. Add these items together and you get a really fun and recycled decor piece-- a sheet music bottle!


How-to: Newspaper Art

November 18th, 2011 | by Bonnie Getchell

I have a habit of hoarding things like shoe boxes, newspapers, scrap paper, etc., because I know they can be recycled into a project. An incredible blog called Spunky Junk shared this project on how to use shoe box lids as wall art. Shoe box lids are less expensive than canvas and it's a great way to recycle! So, I took my shoe box lid, newspaper, and scrap paper and combined it into my own personal wall art!


EcoGlue Review

October 6th, 2008 | by Kelly Rand

Go take a look at the adhesives you use in your crafting. Go ahead, I’ll wait here. Back? Ok, good. [&hellip



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