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« on: February 10, 2017 07:41:39 PM »

Hi everyone !! I have an etsy customer who is requesting this paper but im not sure what its callled or where to buy it ? The blue stuff wrapped around the invite here https://www.etsy.com/listing/258499076/boxed-natural-sand-dollar-beach-theme?ref=hp_rv

Also a random question, has anyone had luck using spray glue in combo with linen paper (to use linen as a backing paper for invitations )... it seems that after it dries it doesnt want to stick so well and peels apart super easy a few days later. I can understand why but just dont know if any specific spray glues work better than others for this.
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« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2017 07:12:11 PM »

Uzumaki spiral lace paper:


I am not sure about spray on - but if it is just for a small project, you can get adhesive sheets or glue runners that can lay down a strip of adhesive that will work with fabric.  I have used both the Xyron and the 3M glue runners/sheet adhesive for fabrics/ribbons and am happy with them.  I think the glue dots work with fabric/ribbons onto paper too.

Otherwise, a number of companies make a fabric spray adhesive - but look for one that specifically is meant to be a permanent bond, versus repositionable.  I haven't tried it myself - but what about:

3M foam and fabric 24


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