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Posted on February 7, 2018


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FAST FUSE FIVE DAY SALE STARTS TOMORROW! This 5-Day Sale only lasts from FEBRUARY 8th – FEBRUARY 12th! This would make the perfect Valentine gift for…YOU! 🙂 As you may remember, the response to Stampin’ Up!’s Fast Fuse promotion last fall was phenomenal. In fact, enthusiasm was so overwhelming Stampin’ Up! simply didn’t have the inventory to keep the deal running! So, as promised, they’re bringing back the Fast Fuse Adhesive deal for five days only—while supplies last! For those of you who are unfamiliar with this promotion, here’s how it works: When you buy ONE Fast Fuse Adhesive, you’ll get TWO Fast Fuse Adhesive refills for FREE! ($15 Value!)

Fast Fuse is my adhesive of choice for most projects. This super strong adhesive is great for 3D projects, like gift card holders and treat boxes.  I also use it to adhere cardstock when making cards. Here’s a quick video with some great tips for using Fast Fuse.

Here’s how to get your Fast Fuse adhesive:
1. Pre-order – If you are local  to me and want to add your adhesive to my order, email me ( your order by 11:30 PM tonight!  (I plan to order as soon as the sale goes live!) You may add more than adhesive to your order to qualify for Sale-A-Bration items if you wish.
2. Order at my online store. Click HERE to shop & don’t forget to use the host code N34SH2RH  and you'll also receive my monthly card kits in the mail for free!
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Posted on April 28, 2015

Fast Fuse…..check!

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Stampin’ Up!’s Fast Fuse (129026) is fantastic for projects which need a stronger adhesive than SNAIL (multi-layered cards, boxes, and other 3-D projects) with the convenience of a runner adhesive. However, the adhesive is quite sticky and sometimes does not come off the project or “break” when you want.  When this happens, you often end up with a sticky mess of stretched and/or clumped adhesive.

Use my “fast fuse…check” tip: When you use the runner  on your project, and get the length you need, instead of just stopping (which is where this extra-sticky adhesive often stretches) do this extra “check” step: stop, and then with a slight downward pressure make an upward move with the runner at a right angle. It’s as if you were making a check mark – adhesive going down with the first motion, and releasing and breaking the adhesive with the second motion. This will give you a much more satisfactory result.

This short video will give you a quick tutorial!


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