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On Point Glue Feature


Greetings! I am featuring a new product that I am absolutely in love with. It's called On Point Glue from Imagine, and I have a feeling that you're going to love it too. Check out the video in the link to learn all about it. The tip on the adhesive alone is a reason to work with this product. It's SO tiny and perfect for the skinniest die cuts, among plenty of other things. 

I used a creepy-cool stamp from Stampotique called Minky Girl and just stamped her with Onyx Black VersaFine. I got inspired by her polka-dot skirt and the heart on her shirt. I found a red sequin heart that fit over it perfectly and attached it easily with my On Point Glue. Then I added some more sequin hearts.

I wanted to show that On Point Glue can be used for different things, so I decided to write "hello" in pencil, then rewrote it with the glue. Next, to add some "spah-kle," I shook on some Red micro glitter from Stampendous. Also, since I wanted her polka-dots to really stand out, I filled them in with the On Point Glue and shook on some more micro glitter. It takes a few minutes to dry (which is great in case you need to move things around with other techniques), so after I shook off the excess, I left it off to the side for a bit. After it dried thoroughly, I brushed off any remaining excess glitter, then added it to my black card base.

That's it for me today! I hope I got your creative juices working on different ways you can use my new favorite liquid glue! Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day! 
Supplies:
Imagine:
VersaFine in Onyx Black

Other:
Red Sequins, Black Cardstock

Time to Complete: 10 minutes, plus drying time
Skill Level: Basic

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