a Cut at Home Design Team Reveal
Oh I'm just so happy I finally get to say........... the new Angel Craft Podge is in the store! I've been waiting (not so patiently) for all the bugs and snags to be worked out and the product to perform like an Angel (pun intended). And it's here and ready for you to add to your own crafty space!
Angel Craft Podge is the best thing I've been playing with it for months and I am totally in love. It has very little odor, seals, glues and protects your projects like a dream. It will glue paper to paper with the strongest bond and seals with just a nice hint of sheen. I've used it to glue foil to cardstock, That's some above in the picture the foil butterfly on the circle (which is tissue paper and yep I used the Angel Craft Podge on it too). I glued to the foil and cardstock and then punched it in a delicate butterfly to see if corners lifted or anything shifted, nope. The only time you'll have that is if you've missed a spot and there wasn't any Angel Craft Podge to seal. That's a quick fix because this Angel Craft Podge comes with a brush in the lid!
Today's video will not only introduce you to this wonderful new product (designed, manufactured and sold by Cut at Home under their private label Angel Craft in their store and on Amazon) but will also share these fun altered Composition books to leave you with some crafty inspiration.
I took plain Composition books, like you'd find in any office supply or big box store, and altered them to create one of a kind jouranls for all your notes and reminders. The first one I made for myself and I use it daily, then it kind of grew on me and I ended up doing 3 more. Here you can see how well (and without any bubbles or ripples) the Angel Craft Podge glues the paper to the outside cover. I also glued the flourish, glitter letters and dictionary quote finishing with a nice top coat seal to make sure everything stayed put.
So come on, join me on the video and I'll share all my love
for this new product, Angel Craft Podge!
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