Monday, October 13, 2014

How to Use Stick It on Card Stock

You may not have heard about this yet, but I've been working with a new adhesive especially formulated for die-cutting.  The new adhesive is called Stick It...it's a micro thin, adhesive sheet that is acid free, archival,

Here's a quick "How To" video that you're going to want to watch...you'll learn how to use Stick It with card stock on a very intricate die template.



Here's how easy it is:

1. Cut a piece of card stock that is the approximate size of the die you're going to cut.
2. Cut a piece of Stick It Adhesive sheet the same size as the card stock you've just cut.
3. Remove a strip of the release liner on the back side of Stick It to reveal the micro thin adhesive.
4. Press the adhesive to the back side of the card stock.
5. Die Cut as you normally would.
6. Remove release liner from the back side of the die cut paper.
7. Press into place and make sure to press all edges and die cut pieces in place.

You are going to be amazed with the ease of affixing intricate die cuts with Stick It...there's no more sticky mess, no fiddling with a glue pen, no more trying to pick off the excess adhesive...it's quick, simple and clean!

Stick It has just hit the market, check with your local scrapbook store or online retailer for availability in your area...this stuff is going to change the way you use die cuts...you are going to LOVE it!



I'd love to hear what you think...let me know.    

7 comments:

  1. Ken, I have the new Stick It and it is fantastic!!! I love it and it certainly is the easiest adhesive for intricate dies that I have tried.

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    1. Hi Joan, isn't it amazing? The release liner that Stick It is on is actually improves your die performance too. A lot of manufacturers will tell you to use parchment or waxed paper with intricate dies, Stick It's release liner serves a dual purpose by making the "release" easier. It's cool stuff!

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  2. I love that the backing paper can come off in strips. Really helpful when attaching it to the paper.

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  3. Sounds wonderful....where do I get some? I looked it up online, & could only find it in the UK. Is it in the USA yet?

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  5. Sounds great, where can I buy some? Please let me know.
    ednamburgess@yahoo.com

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  6. I just watched a video on Blitsy - this sounds like an awesome product!

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