• MYO: Glue, Various types

    Making your own glue is as simple as boiling water! Here are several different glue recipes for various craft projects.

    1. Almost Elmer's Glue
    2. Basic Glue
    3. Book Binding Glue
    4. Decoupage Glue
    5. Envelope Paste
    6. Glass Glue
    7. Leather Glue
    8. Paper-Mache Paste
    9. Paste
    10. Sticker Glue (Make your own Stamps/Stickers)
    11. Waterproof-Glue


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    Comments 9 Comments
    1. Tipsy's Avatar
      Tipsy -
      Edible Glue! Depending on what you're gluing, egg whites make an awesome glue, and a good shellac in a pinch. but most often I use egg whites while baking, pies, cookies, candies, gingerbread houses, Easter decorations, etc. I've even used egg whites to glue a re-purposed envelope. I'm so stinking frugal, lol.
    1. iamdonell's Avatar
      iamdonell -
      Any idea how long this could be stored, or must it be make as needed?
    1. denisek's Avatar
      denisek -
      WOW! I never knew you can make homemade glue!!
    1. marjo's Avatar
      marjo -
      Nice to know how to glue at home. Thanks
    1. MsDebbie's Avatar
      MsDebbie -
      Quote Originally Posted by Tipsy View Post
      Edible Glue! Depending on what you're gluing, egg whites make an awesome glue, and a good shellac in a pinch. but most often I use egg whites while baking, pies, cookies, candies, gingerbread houses, Easter decorations, etc. I've even used egg whites to glue a re-purposed envelope. I'm so stinking frugal, lol.
      LOL seems elmers glue would be cheaper than using an egg. good to know in a pinch tho.
    1. muffs's Avatar
      muffs -
      wanting to do some crafts at home with my grandson's how do make good crafting glue.
    1. RainStormAK's Avatar
      RainStormAK -
      Wow! I can't wait to try some of these.
    1. autumn59's Avatar
      autumn59 -
      Decoupage and Paper Mache are on my list of to-do's. These will definitely come in handy.
    1. rebeccab's Avatar
      rebeccab -
      Sounds like a cheap way to have a constant supply of glue at school. Also a great way to reuse glue bottles to avoid buying more plastic.


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