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Thursday, July 10, 2014

All About Adhesives - Acrylic Medium and Decoupage Adhesive

What about Acrylic Mediums and Decoupage Adhesives? Here's just a few of these kinds of adhesives that are available. Make sure to check out the manufacturer's websites by visiting the links provided. You'll learn loads of info!


 
Acrylic mediums can be used as a glue.  Mediums are extenders for acrylic paints, but have glue properties, too.  Acrylic mediums are water based, so they clean up with soap and water.  They begin as a milky color, but dry clear. For collage, spread it onto the substrate and also to the paper to be glued. The gloss version gives a sheen to your finished project, where the matte version dries to a satin, matte finish. 


Mod Podge  by Plaid - The name of this now-famous mixture came from the term "Modern Decoupage." Mod Podge® works great as glue. This water-based formula dries clear and holds tight. It will adhere paper, fabric, and other porous materials. Mod Podge® is non-toxic and cleans up with just soap and water, so it's great for kids! It’s a sealer to protect acrylic paints, stains, fabric, and more. And of course, it's also excellent for decoupage.  Sparkle, Gloss, Matte, Outdoor, and Paper formulas available. The Paper formula is acid free. You must check out their blog, Mod Podge Rocks!




Aleene's®Collage Pauge designed by artist Traci Bautista 
Collage Pauge gives you instant decoupage. It is easy to use, dries crystal clear, is acid-free and is water resistant. It will seal paper to cardboard, papier-mâché, terra-cotta, wood, canvas, glass and more. Choose from Matte, Glossy, and Sparkles. Acid free.





This is a waterproof, all-purpose glue and sealer for decoupage, scrapbooking, card making and collage or any craft project where gluing or a sealing top coat is needed. Available in matte and gloss finishes, in two sizes: 1 oz. jar with built-in brush, or 4 oz. jar. Acid-free and non-toxic. 




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