Friday, 15 August 2014

Find Out About Friday - Fast Fuse Adhesive by Stampin' Up!

One of the questions I have been asked a few times now is how and why would I use the new Fast Fuse adhesive from Stampin' Up! so for this week's Find Out About Friday I thought I would answer those questions.
Fast Fuse is a new adhesive from Stampin' Up! which offers a super strong instant bond for your paper craft projects with all the convenience of a tape runner that sits comfortably in your hand.  It is stronger than the very popular Snail Adhesive and almost as strong as the Sticky Strip (and there is no red tape to peel off!).  

Fast Fuse is great for sticking uneven layers, heavier elements and projects which more stick than Snail Offers. Snail is great for flat layers and applications where there is no tension on the elements being stuck.  The instant nature of the bond you get with it means you don't have to wait for the elements of your project to dry before carrying on crafting.

Fast Fuse is also suitable for your Memory Keeping Projects as it is acid free.

Once you are using refills Fast Fuse is also cheaper per meter than Snail, so you get extra 'stick' for less money!  Brilliant.  

You can order yours here and get your refills here.  Don't forget to use this month's Hostess Code when you do - it's over on the right hand side of this blog and will mean you get something extra in the post ...

There is a technique to using the Fast Fuse which once you have tried you will find very easy.  This video shows you all about it.

Happy Stampin'
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