Get Crafty With Dala
A good craft needs good supplies and equipment to come to completion and this can be the most challenging part of crafting, picking out the perfect supplies for your project. Glue is one of the essential tools we include in our list of supplies for DIY projects and crafting. We use various kinds of glue to stick the pieces of our project together by trying to bond “this surface to that surface”.
It’s important to put into considerations factors such as flexibility and how it holds up in varying weather temperatures and this is why choosing the right glue for the right material can be kind of confusing to know which glue is right for your DIY project. Take a look at this list of some of our favorite glues from Dala for the best options for the different crafts you do. Always remember,each type of glue serves a uniquely different bonding need to its surface and project.
Dala Scrapbooking Glue
Use this glue for plastic, wood, and acetate. This is a favorite adhesive for model-making, dioramas, or batch producing crafts to give or sell.
Scrapbookers and paper crafters enjoy using this glue because the glue dries quickly, but you have a little open time to shift your surfaces around after you adhere them. Be Careful to close properly after each use because this glue can sometimes flow out once opened.
Dala School Glue
Arguably the best glue to use when children are taking part in crafting, especially in a large group setting. This glue is easy to identify as it is a classic white school glue that isn’t as thick and secure as Tacky Glue and it’s less expensive.
The best is that you can generally get it in larger quantities for big project use. If you’re a teacher you probably have experience with this glue as classroom craft staples like construction paper, popsicle sticks, tissue paper and more materials work well with this glue.
It’s easy to identify Craft Glue, it is any water-based adhesive that can be used for crafting projects such as school art projects, simple fix-its, and hobbies—you can also make slime with it. Use your craft glue to paint patterns and swirls using, and when they’re dry wash over with water paint.