DIY Envelope Glue
Hi everyone, how are you. It’s Andrea from The Cottage Market and I am back with you today to make DIY Envelope Glue and it’s great for Stickers too! This is a super simple but pretty awesome project. If you’ve been wondering How do you make Envelope Adhesive … then this post is for you! So many of you love the wonderful world of Scrapbooking and this glue will enable you to make stickers…envelopes and more. It’s quick…easy and in today’s day and age that is exactly what you want! It also uses very few ingredients in fact you may already have everything you need in your kitchen right now. Next time we meet maybe we will do a tutorial on how to make your own stickers and Handmade envelopes with some gorgeous Graphics Fairy Images. Well let’s get straight to the making of this glue!
White Distilled Vinegar
1 pack of Originate Gelatin Unflavored
Teapot to boil water
How to Make DIY Envelope Glue
Then it is ready to use. You can apply a thin layer onto the flap of a homemade envelope… or to the back of some homemade stickers and more! You can use a paint brush to apply it. Once you apply the homemade envelope glue…allow it to dry completely and then store it in a plastic container…baggie or any other sealed storage. Take it out when you are ready to use…lick with your tongue, or lightly dampen with a sponge and stick it on!
Store your glue just like you would any other glue, no need to keep it in the fridge. So fun and easy right? And this would be great to do with the kids once the mixture has cooled down. I’m sure they would enjoying making some paper creations with this glue. I hope you enjoyed learning How to Make DIY Envelope Glue! You can grab the Printable Postage Collage Sheet HERE. Also, if you need a Template to make Envelopes, you can grab our Free Envelope Template HERE.
I will see you really soon…but till then you can drop by The Cottage Market to say Hi! It’s where I hang out all the time.
(The envelopes in the first photo were created with Printable Papers from The Graphics Fairy Premium Membership Site)