Wednesday, October 5, 2011

All About Glue Guns and the New Glue Gun Helpers Kit from Plaid

I have been searching for the perfect glue gun and I finally found it so I decided to make a video about all the different glue guns I tried. Also, I just received the new glue gun helpers’ kit from Plaid and thought you might like to see the tools in action.

In part two of this two part series, we will be making some fun accents out of hot glue.



Thanks for visiting!

25 comments:

Nadia said...

Great video!

Cheryl said...

Thanks for all the info! I need to get one of those glue guns with a smaller nozzle--I never even knew they existed. And that mat and the glue tools looks like a good investment, too. Can't wait to see next week's video! ~Hugs, Cheryl

Kate said...

Thanks so much for that very informative video! I didn't know that there were both high and low temperature glue guns. What are the temperature ranges for the categories? I LOVE the idea of the silicone fingertip protector too! That's such a fabulous idea!
I'm looking forward to part two of the video - and your Happy Hauntings mouse project!!

Deneen said...

Thanks for the video. I am waiting for my kit to come in the mail. So looking forward to protected fingers.

Craft Me This said...

Thanks for the great tips.

Barb said...

The video was very educational. Thanks for the information.

Georgette Mitchell said...

Your video couldn't come at a better time. For the past 3 days I've been searching online and at the craft stores for a perfect glue gun. Even saw this one at Wal-Mart. Thanks so much. I am looking forward to your other projects using the glue gun.

Babeboicali said...

LOVE TO SEE YOU COME VISIT OUR BLOG HOP Oct. 7 - 10...

MizMaryAnn said...

Great video Linda. I watched an infomercial on the mat, finger tips the other day. Those tools are amazing. I have three glue guns and don't know why I have so many. Now I'm going to have to study the tips and see what size they are. I never knew there were different sizes. Thank you for your infomercial!

Bonnie Garrett said...

Hi Linda,
I just wanted to tell you that you are by no doubt my favorite blogger. I know when I get a post from you that I will learn something new so you are the first one I will read or watch.

So thanks for all you do, it does not go unappreciated.

Anonymous said...

Linda,thanks for the informative video. I am off to buy a perfect glue gun and to order the helpers.

Melissa

Ateliê Ana Bananna said...

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Já estão disponíveis vários acessórios Smash também.

Beijos e seja sempre bem vinda.

iluvmybugs said...

Great info on glue guns Linda! I agree that the I-Bond is nice but is slow to heat up. Love the mat and tools...will be on the lookout for them! TFS, ~Terry~

Linda Kaiser said...

Kate, I did a little research and found a couple of sites listing temps. Not sure if they are totally acurate but this should give you an idea. Low temp 250 degrees and high temp 380 degrees. Hope this helps!

Linda

Nayda Rocha said...

Adorei as dicas,
ah já comprei 1 vez no scrapbook.com, foi tranquilo e chegou direitinho!
beijos

Nayda Rocha said...

Ficou lindooo!
beijos

tina said...

Great, informational video. Linda, can you advise on what adhesives, glues, glue dots, etc. to use for adhering things when not using a hot glue gun as I am a new crafter and end up making a big glue mess rather than getting glue where I need it.

Thanks, Tina

Crafting Katie said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you! Linda, my glue gun is the one I bought back in 1992, when I first started teaching! I desperately needed to upgrade, but had no idea of which way to go. Your video was awesome. I'm going to Joann's after school today (no Walmart around here), and I'm going to order the tools too. You are the best!!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the informative video!

Sue

Melody Lane Designs said...

I also have the tools and am so glad, I can't believe it took this long to come out with such great tools. I also have that great glue gun, I was so happy I got that one.

salma said...

Great video !! thanks for all the info...I need to get one of those glue guns with the smaller nozzle !!!!

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Angi @ CokiePop said...

Fabulous info. Thanks for sharing. I always make a mess when I use a glue gun. :)

RLS Innovations said...

Thanks for sharing. That Plaid Kit sounds great. I am so tired of burning my fingers.

Sue
rolfe974@prodigy.net

Pamela A. said...

Linda, Thanks for the video. Turns out that I had bought the mat when it was craft day on HSN. I also have the favorite glue gun you have. I have not used either because I was concerned about using a glue gun as I had not in many years! But when I saw the mat on TV, I thought maybe I would use my gun now if I had the mat. Your video was excellent and now I am excited about using my gun. Many thanks to you! God bless, Smoochie

Linda said...

Just found your web site and I love your ideas. You are a very creative lady. Thanks so much for sharing.

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