Comments about Glue Dots Glue Dots Mini Glue Dots, 250/Roll:
I use these quite often for small, irregularly-shaped embellishments on scrapbook pages, but their versatility isn't limited to fastening paper: these can be used to adhere metal hardware, fabric, ribbon, string, wood, plastic, glass...you name it! One of the great advantages of using glue dots is that they can be "rolled" or shaped with a fingernail to conform to virtually any surface. The bond is super-strong, so I don't have to worry about small pieces floating freely inside a page protector: if I press to secure the adhesive, it's permanent. For tiny details or even larger/heavier items such as faux jewels, buttons or book plates, these are a dependable resource. There's NO mess, and these have been one of the VERY few adhesives that I've found that will reliably adhere certain types of handmade paper. If you haven't tried them, you may be missing out on one of the most versatile staples available to scrapbookers---you can't go wrong with these.