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Cheap Glue for Poured Acrylic Skins Jewelry? Experiment

4 different types of glue in packaging

Is there a Cheap Glue for Poured Acrylic Skins Jewelry? Experiment -I put 4 different types of glue to the test! Aleene’s Original Tacky glue, Aleene’s Clear Gel Tacky Glue, E6000 Industrial Adhesive and Lily D’s Clear Cabochon Glue to find out what is the BEST and which one will be the easiest on your pocketbook. We will make 4 Abstract Art Pendants from leftover poured fluid acrylic skins – Now your accessories can match your paintings!

In the process of this test, I will share some tips and tricks to make your little pieces of art jewelry even more fun!

It is so fun to use up those spillover poured acrylic paints that dry on the freezer paper to make incredible acrylic skin!

I show you step by step how to make these fun inchies into wonderfully easy pieces of jewelry!

By using scissors to trim the skins to the right size you can glue it all up and have a fantastic piece of art to wear any time!

What Glue will be cheapest and the best?

What I tested in this video are 4 kinds of adhesive that all say they dry Clear! We put that to the test in this experiment.

Aleene’s Clear Gel Tacky Glue: https://amzn.to/2BHzPHg
Aleene’s Original Tacky Glue: https://amzn.to/2GLtnEP
E6000 Industrial Strength: https://amzn.to/2BMLFjl
Lily D’s Cabochon Glue – https://www.lillyds.com/)

Spoiler– Anything that dries smooth and crystal clear will work!

1 inch square Jewelry blanks 1 inch square 25mmx25mm Clear Glass Dome Cabochons: https://amzn.to/2SpDGjj
Black Satin Necklace Cord with lobster clasp (I got mine on Amazon)

The Paints:
Decoart Americana:
Decoart Metallics:
Decoart Extreme Sheen:

The skin was formed by the extra paint that spilled off of a painting that my husband did in a video on his channel MWB_Arts. I have linked that painting in the iCard on this video!

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