Papercutters use many different types of glue.
Glue sticks may be used for large areas, while fine point applicators may be used to apply liquid glue in precise, small quantities. Another important glue quality is whether it sticks permanently almost immediately or allows for some re-positioning of the work being glued after application. Some artists may want all areas of a work glued down tightly, while others, depending on the effect they wish to achieve, may only apply enough glue to hold a work in place. All glues used should be acid free, archival quality. Glue dots are a possibility for light adhesive work.
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ModPodge has also become a favorite with some crafters and papercutters.
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