I would like to add small pieces of material as texture to the scrapbooked pages. I don't have a stitching tool or machine. Should I use a special fabric glue to adhere so the glue doesn't look wet underneath the fabric ? Also, besides pinking sheared shapes and covering items under acrylic, what other ways can fabric be added to add dimension to scrapbooking? Thanks.
— MC, OH on Aug 11, 2011
One of our favorite wet adhesives is The Ultimate glue. It's super strong and will hold just about anything. If you're worried about the glue looking wet or drying weird, Super Tape or Glue Dots are also great adhesives. Just know that Super Tape is really really strong. You can use dies to cut fun shapes from your fabric too. We recommend using Bigz dies (Tim Holtz has awesome Bigz die, such as the Tattered Florals die) because they can cut through thicker materials. Here's a link to the Tattered Florals die: http://www.archiversannex.com/Sizzix-Bigz-Bigkick/Big-Shot-Die-By-Tim-Holtz-Tattered-Florals-656640/default.aspx?PageID=21&CategoryID=101&ProductID=22334&ItemID=49779&RootCatCode=11200. Hope this helps!