Adhesives and tapes are basic and necessary craft supplies you need for almost every card making project.
Whether you do collage, work with rubber stamps, quilling, paper punch art, or just a simple photo greeting card, you will need adhesives, foam-tapes or some kind of glue to affix or assemble your projects.
Having and using the right adhesive, tape or glue will ensure that your handmade greeting cards are well assembled and not falling apart in the envelope on its way to the recipient.
The above 3M Scotch Advanced Tape Glider is, by far, my favourite adhesive for attaching almost any paper projects. Though it's a bit big to handle but after using a few times, I like it above the other brand of tape runners because any unwanted glue residue can be easily rubbed away with the thumb.
You definitely need glue sticks. They are very convenient for adhering punchies (punchout pieces). Great for any crafts for children too. Not messy and no sticky little fingers.
Foam tapes are great for a 3D effect. They are double-sided usually with a green backing paper. I use a lot of foam tapes for my rubber stamping project cards. These come in rolls of different width. The narrower width tape is great for attaching stamped images onto cards.
Double-sided tapes are great for layering cards. Just cut out to the right length and attach to your paper. Peel off the paper on the tape and paste onto another layer or your basic blank card. No mess!
I love UHU glue. No affiliate but just find that it sticks better than others. Just my preference.
Sometime when the glue got onto the card, I'll wait for awhile and rub it with an eraser and it usually comes off neatly. (Make sure that you use a clean eraser for this task.) UHU glue comes in both tube and stick form.