If you are like me, you have a hard time getting tiny drops of Multipurpose Liquid Glue on those tiny die-cuts. Not only do you get too much glue but the glue gets all over your fingers! I hate that! But…Adhesive Sheets (152334) to the rescue!
These sheets are 6” x 12“of adhesive between two sheets of paper. You peel off the paper backing and apply it to your paper before die-cutting it. When you are ready to adhere the die-cut to your project, you remove the other sheet of paper. Easy peasy!
I used the adhesive sheets on the kite and the ties on the kite tail in the above card. There is no way I could have used liquid glue without getting too much and making a mess. Unfortunately I’m always remembering to use the adhesive sheets AFTER I have die-cut the cardstock.
My tip is: apply adhesive sheet material to the back of a piece of 5 ½” x 4 ¼” of each color cardstock you have. Then it will already be on the cardstock when you decide to use that color. You have it ready when you need to die-cut something.