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Ivy Hollow ScrapFusion™

Ivy Hollow - ScrapFusion™ is great for gluing buttons, beads, glass & Plexiglas elements, page pebbles, gems, glitter, and more to paper. ScrapFusion™ is archival, it is pH neutral (acid free), and it is permanent.

ScrapFusion™ will hold onto just about anything that you want to attach to your cellulose paper or paperboard, such as chipboard, book board, or cardboard. It is only meant to glue things to paper. Of the two surfaces you are gluing together, one of the surfaces must be absorbent cellulose. It does not cause paper to warp and wrinkle. If gluing large pieces of paper together, hold them flat underneath a flat heavy object (a large book comes to mind) while the glue dries.

It is color safe. (This means that it won't cause color fast inks to fade or change hue. Some inks are going to fade or change color, no matter what, because they are made from unstable color dyes.) ScrapFusion™ won't cause color bleeding on objects which are resistant to bleeding with water.


AND just for our blog readers, a coupon for 30% off!!!! Ivy Hollow Scrap Fusion sale runs from January 11-17th, 2009 ONLY. The discount code is JanSale

The sale code is good on the following:
Ivy Hollow 16 oz. refill bottle of Scrap Fusion Adhesive
Ivy Hollow Dauber Top 2 fl. oz.
Ivy Hollow Needle Top 2 fl. oz.
Ivy Hollow Spout Top 1fl. oz.
Ivy Hollow Spout Top 2 fl. oz.
And even the whole set! Ivy Hollow 4 Piece variety set
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