Posts Tagged ‘Accutool Gel’

Happy Spring!

March 27th, 2011
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[Photo Credit:  Hostess With The Mostest Daily Blog]

Do-It-Yourself (DIY) decorating is the best, and most impressive, kind of decorating.  These clever terracotta Easter baskets will brighten up any table, classroom, or break room at your work place, and they are super fun and easy to make.

Check out the complete directions for making the “baskets” by going directly to the HWTM Daily Blog.  Basic supplies needed include terracotta pots, colorful scrapbooking paper, Easter “grass” and plastic eggs.  We would recommend you use a super glue gel (best for the porous paper and pots) to adhere the paper trim to the pots.

Good Luck and thanks to HWRM Daily Blog for the very inspiring idea!

Send us your story of how you use super glue products to create a DIY Spring craft and you may win sample products!

Artist Nails Charity Auction Theme!!

February 17th, 2011
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Charity-Art-300x200.[Photo Credit:  Nancy Larrew]

This intriguing piece of art is entitled “Every Community Has Its Share Of Nuts”!  The artist, Nancy Larrew, created it for a charity aution benefitting Zimmer Children’s Museum!  According to the artist, “the theme of the show is building a community using building materials”.  We think she’s NAILED that theme with this piece! 🙂

 Auctions are a great way to raise money for special causes and we are so impressed by people who give so generously, of their time, talent and resources, to support both the arts and education – two of our favorite causes as well!

The artist told us she used Super Glue Corporation’s Accutool Gel because “it was stronger for metal to wood contact” and that she “loved the control of the bottle application”.  She also used “epoxy on the pipes”.  This awesome piece weighs 20 pounds so strong adhesives were in order!

We so appreciate hearing from satisfied customers and especially enjoy hearing about the impressive artistic applications people have for super glue products!

Here’s to a successful auction benefitting the Zimmer Children’s Museum!  Thanks for sharing, Nancy!