Today, the CardMaker blog team is teaming up with Grafix Arts using some of Grafix Arts innovative products for paper crafters. You should have arrived here from Melissa Bickford's blog. The entire hop list is available on the CardMaker Magazine blog.
I have a couple projects and a video to share with you today. I love the look of detailed die cuts, but adhering them to my project can be a real pain. Grafix Artist-tac changes all that. The Artist-tac is a sheet of small adhesive dots that transfer to your die-cuts, no matter how small or large or detailed.
My first project uses the Artist-tact to adhere this super detailed die cut from Waffle Flower Crafts. I was able to place the die cut onto the Artist-tac, burnish to ensure transfer of the glue, pick it up and adhere it to the square of vellum. The clear vellum is also from Grafix Arts.
I used the Artist-tac to adhere the vellum square to the card. Because the tacky sheets provide an even layer of adhesive, you can avoid visible glue lines even on clear vellum.
My second project features the Magical Flower Border die from Waffle Flower Crafts. I used the Artist-tac to adhere all the die cuts to this card.
I was so impressed with how easily I was able to adhere these die cut without dealing with messy glue or smelly spray adhesive.
I have a video available on the Waffle Flower channel where I demonstrate the Artist-tac in action.
For more information on the products I used on my card, please visit Grafix Arts and Waffle Flower Crafts.
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