Mini Glue Dot Storage Tip

www.CreateWithTerriGaines.comAre you like me and have a Love/Hate relationship with Mini Glue Dots? 

I love them as they are the perfect adhesive for so many items. They are super sticky, instant dots of adhesive with no mess and no drying time, and they hold heavier embellishments. 

 

I hate when the paper doesn’t stay on the roll and my Mini Glue Dots are exposed to air and start to dry out, or they fall off my stamping table and leave a row of Mini Glue Dots on my hardwood floor.

I would like to share a tip on how to keep the paper on your Mini Glue Dots.

Place a twist tie around the roll of Mini Glue Dots and twist ends together. 

Don’t attach too tight as you need the twist tie to freely go around the roll of Mini Glue Dots as you pull end of paper.

 

 

I added a label to cover the ends of the twist ties which reads “Pull end of paper & www.CreateWithTerriGaines.comwatch for Mini Glue Dot underneath“. 

By adding the label it shows everyone where to find the Mini Glue Dots. 

Added bonus is you can flatten the twist tie and place Mini Glue Dots in the original packaging.

 

Click here to download the PDF file to print on  1″ x 2-5/8″ Address Labels (Avery #5260 or equivalent).

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Hope you enjoy this tip!

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Glue Dots

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One Comment

  1. This is going to save a LOT of my glue dots from being covered in carpet fuzz!! Great tip, thanks for sharing.

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