DOUBLE SIDED TAPE SHEETS
I bought this product a while ago, not knowing for sure how I was going to use it. Being a card maker I also purchased a Cricut machine not long ago. I recently made a card with this double sided tape sheet and my Cricut. I used my Cricut cartridge "Walk in My Garden" and cut a rose from the double sided tape sheet. I then applied the one sticky side to the card and on the other sticky side applied fine glitter. I only removed certain amounts of the the film from the tape while glittering so I got the flower in red and the stem in green and the leaves in a goldish color green. I think it turned out perfect and I will be using this similar idea for other cards I make with my Cricut. In fact, I just put in an order for more of these double sided tape sheets so I will have plenty on hand. :)
September 22, 2010
I really like using the tape especially with "micro-beads" as shown in the advertising of this tape. I would love to purchase some micro-beads, clear for a project but can't find it on-line or in the catalog. What do you call them and how can I find them on your site? thanks, Con
June 4, 2013
Great for working with metal
We use these double sided tape sheets when working with metal. It makes adhering metal to wood or any other surface much easier than any method we had tried before using these sheets. I would recommend this to anyone!!!
July 15, 2012
Make your life easier
I purchased this item with the thought in mind to use with my Cricut cutter system. I could make any paper sticky before putting thru cutter. I love this for all of the little items, when they are cut out, just peel the paper off the back and stick into place. If you have a cutter system and do lots of little cutting, these sheets are purfect and you will find that they make things much easier and faster.
August 5, 2010
This product is great for all crafters!
November 16, 2009
This is really great you can put it on paper before cutting it with the Cricut and put the paper side down of course it will cut backwords if you don't mirror it. You can cut it in strips for smaller projects!!
November 7, 2009