Have you ever had the problem of drawing two shapes, cutting them out, and then realizing that there is no double sided tape for crafts or glue to stick them together? You could use pins, but if you don’t let go of the paper in time, they’ll probably fall. Pins aren’t very forgiving like double sided tape is.
That’s where double sided tape comes in handy. Double Sided Tape has a stronghold and doesn’t let go until you want it to!
So, how do you apply double sided tape? First, find a nice flat surface on your craft project that will be stuck on by double sided adhesive. Next, pull off about an inch of double sided tape. You can use double sided tape for crafts project so ask someone who makes crafts what they recommend.
Next, stick the double sided tape to your flat surface and then take a pair of scissors. The double sided tape comes in blocks that have to be cut into small pieces if you want to use just a little bit. This is the tricky part! Make sure not to hurt yourself with the scissors because double sided tapes always come out looking like a big rectangle when you’re done cutting it up, which means moving around sharp objects while stressed could lead to accidents!
Once you’ve got all your double sided tape cut up, make sure it sticks firmly on your paper or whatever else you’re sticking with double sided tape. Use your double sided tape to cut up the double sided tape into double sided sheets of double sided tapes! It’s double sided scissors for double sided double-sided sissies!
Now that you’ve got double sided double-sided double edged double-sided paper, all you have to do is make sure it sticks together by sticking together when you’re done with it. An excellent way to ensure this is with glue because if something isn’t stuck with proper glue, it’ll fall even worse than pins would in the situation I described earlier about cutting out shapes and realizing there was no glue or tape insight.
Here are three examples of double sided tape for crafts projects:
1) Use double sided tape to attach pictures directly onto a canvas without any need for mounting brackets. Place the back of your picture facedown on the double side adhesive surface and then press it firmly into place against the canvas before pressing the front of your picture on top of the double sided adhesive.
2) Use double sided tape to add a border on any craft project, such as a paperweight, plaque, or wreath. There are many different colors and styles available. You can even find double-sided foam tape, which is perfect for flowers and embellishments that you want to make three dimensional out of thin materials like cardboard and paperboard.
3) To make your double-sided tape, join together two pieces of double-sided adhesive strips with double sided tape runner (available at office supply stores). Peel back the release film from both sides until they grab hold of each other creating one long strip, which you can then cut into smaller lengths for future use. This double sided adhesive double-sided tape is excellent to use with double sided tape rolls and double sided foam tape. Enjoy your double sided craft projects.