Tuesday, February 26, 2013

How I love my Best Glue Ever (and my Best Cleaner Ever, too)

Hi everyone!

Dani Donner here today sharing another amazing use for the Best Glue Ever. I know, I know... You may think that I have no other subject to talk about, but this thing is AMAZING! It keeps surprising over and over again. I tell myself I have finally found something that it won't keep down on my page, but in the end, I'm always wrong.

So, I put the Best Glue Ever to the test today and the subject to be glued down was: FLAIR.


They are heavy, bulky and the back is always metal or some sort of slick plastic material, and I was almost sure it wouldn't stay down. But, hey, I'm here to be your Test Pilot... So I put just a thin layer of Best Glue Ever behind my flair, went to the kitchen to grab me a cup of tea, and put my page up (I always photograph my pages glued on the wall with painters tape on the back). And my flair didn't move an inch!!! Way to go, Best Glue Ever!!!





Oh, by the way, have you tried cleaning you paint brushes with Best Cleaner Ever? Can you say "Removed all dried paint from all my brushes"? No? Well, if you try I can guarantee you will be doing the happy dance, just like me. :)

Thanks or stopping by,

Dani Donner

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Cool Dude

Hi everyone!

Dani Donner here today bringing you a layout that wouldn't be possible i it wasn't for the Best Glue Ever and it's amazing fine tip:


I think you can guess where exactly I absolutely needed my beloved fine tip, can't you? Yep, on the strips of pattern paper.








Those are less than 1/4 of an inch wide, so there is no way I would be able to glue them down without my Best Glue Ever.

Now that I have shared my love for an amazing glue with super fine tip that made my "vision" on this page possible, I guess I can go back to create some more.

Thanks for stopping by,

Dani Donner

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Best Cleaner Ever - a New Video!

Questions about the Best Cleaner Ever?  Watch this!



The Best Cleaner Ever is your all-in-one solution for inky stamps, dirty hands, adhesive residue and more!

Monday, February 11, 2013

Cleaning your Scor-pal

Hi everyone, Steph  here today.

I've been using my Scor-pal a lot lately and I didn't realize how dirty and grungey it had become!!!

I use my Scor-pal almost every day -  I ink on it, I paint on it, I assemble my projects on it.  Since it's one of my most used go-to items, I honestly didn't realize how much use (and abuse) my Scor-pal actually got!!!!  It was bound to need cleaning at some point and when I actually stopped to look at it recently, I realized that it was time to clean!!!!

BEFORE:  Quite the mess isn't it!!!


I decided to clean my Scor-pal with the Best Cleaner Ever.  I spritzed some Best Cleaner Ever onto a paper towel and then rubbed it over my Scor-pal.   It worked like a charm - removing  all the adhesive, ink and paint that had accumulated on, as well as in, the grooves of my Scor-pal.   

AFTER:  My Scor-pal looks like new again. 


To remove any remaining residue from the Best Cleaner Ever, I spritzed water on my Scor-pal and then dried it off.

Here's a tip  for those hard to clean spots:  spritz the Best Cleaner Ever directly on the Scor-pal and let it soak for a minute or two.  Then rub gently with a paper towel to clean the remaining residue off.  


Friday, February 8, 2013

Dreamy Dimensional Layout

Cynthia  has a lovely layout to share with us today, made using the Best Glue Ever.

 This layout is brimming with color, texture and dimension! And the Best Glue Ever is Cynthia's go-to adhesive for flowers, wooden embellishments, metal and more.

Here's a few close-ups of the piece -





Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Use Those Scraps!

If you're like me you have quite a pile of patterned paper scraps. Actually, I've got a pizza box full of them (well, just the smaller pieces). I thought I'd try and use up some of my scraps, so I grabbed a few sheets of printer paper and my bottle of the Best Glue Ever.

I went through my box of scraps and grabbed a good handful of paper, like this:


I cut half-inch strips from the papers. I wasn't trying to use up all of the paper so I cut from one to three strips per sheet.


Next, I grabbed a piece of printer paper and made thin lines with the Best Glue Ever, making sure to cover the edges. Once the paper had adhesive covering it, I randomly grabbed strips and started adhereing them to the paper.  When I completed one piece of paper I grabbed another!

When I was finished I had three completed sheets -


Now, I can use these whole, in pieces, to punch shapes from or die cut. Want to add more? You can paint, stamp, stitch, add rub-ons, etc. as well.

I took one of the papers and cut strips to make a chevron pattern.  I like the kind of homemade quilt look I got with this -- there's no deliberate pattern to the strips.  After playing with my strips, I adhered them to another scrap of paper trimmed to 8.5 x 11, using the Best Glue Ever.


And then I had the start of a layout. With a bit more paper, embellishments, and a photo I was done.


Monday, February 4, 2013

Cindy Bisson: Jewelry and the Best Glue Ever!

Cindi's got a great project on her blog today making a resin heart bracelet. Check out her project and her use of the Best Glue Ever to attach all the pieces of her bracelet together. It's a beauty!