Hello everyone, I’ve got something a little different to share with you all today.
About a week ago, I was introduced to a company called Tesa. They are one of the leading adhesive tape manufacturers and are represented in over 100 countries.
They asked me if I would like to try some of their products and share and review them all with you.
I get asked frequently to review products but decline most as I don’t feel they will fit my channel and audience and I don’t like to feel pressured to give good reviews just because I’ve been given free product.
So, I had a look at the Tesa website before I agreed to review their product and could see that they are a very established and reputable brand and therefore thought that their products must be good.
I’m always on the hunt for good adhesives and was really excited to try out this brand.
Below is my product review video in which I show & demo all the glues received.
Below you will find all of the product I shared in my video with links to shop the product if you wish.
This Glue Stamp was a favourite for me to try as I love a gadget. I was really pleased with this one and think it’s going to come in very handy when matting and layering my card bases.
I love roller glues and this permanent one was again very easy to use and distributes the glue really well, this I think will work well for my cards making and 3D paper projects.
Easy to use refills for the tape roller.
The disposable glue roller, this version isn’t refillable.
I was very surprised by this Easy Stick, I’ve used a lot of this style glue over the years and it was always a go-to in my early scrapbooking days.
Most of them have very high water content and therefore warp your cardstock, so I thought this would be my least favourite…well it actually worked really well and didn’t warp my cardstock at all. It will be great for covering a large surface area and I look forward to trying this out when I make my gift bags and scrapbook layouts.
This spray glue was a bit of a game changer for me and probably my favourite! It was easy to use with little mess…just make sure you cover the surrounding area before spraying.
It takes 1-5 minutes to dry and once set it becomes harder making your cardstock very rigid. I didn’t expect that at all and thought how great it would be for strengthening the base and sides of my gift boxes and bags as well as my cards bases. Definitely, one you will be seeing me use a lot.
I use double-sided tape a lot and the thing I liked about this one was the dispenser it comes in making it easy to tear off. Another handy one to use and it was very sticky and seemed to adhere well to my papers.
These are designed for sticking pictures and posters on your walls however I tried them for sticking down embellishments and they worked well on some paper flowers I made. They have a little dimension and are very easy to use.
These are fun and perfect if you are crafting with children. I used them for making little embellishments and they dried well with lots of sparkles.
Another one aimed for mounting items on the wall however I thought it could be used to add dimension to your mats and layers and even for shaker cards. This isn’t really meant for crafting but perfect for hanging pictures on the wall.
Another fun gadget is this sellotape with finger dispenser. I really liked this and it’s going to be perfect for wrapping gifts and parcels. The sellotape is clear and very strong.
They are all the glues I got sent and I will continue to use these products over the coming weeks as I feel they need to be used in my day to day crafting for me to give a real fair review.
Some of you may already know of Tesa and have used their products If so I would love to know what your thoughts are in the comment box below.
I hope you found today’s review useful and I thank you for popping by. I will be back again tomorrow with another tutorial.