♥DIY- Make your own fabric stiffener ♥

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What you will need:
*White Glue (dries Clear)
I love this Glue
Aleene’s Tacky Glue you coul get it at walmart
*Bowl
*Measuring Spoon
*Water
*Extra bottle to keep leftover- Store in a cool place
Place your White Glue into the bowl. Then add equal amount or less water to your glue..this depends on how thick(stiff) you would like your stiffener to be. Mix well.
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  1. Jenny's Craft Place says:

    Thanks Keren, another great tip. Now you know why I am happy to 'stick' with your blog…lol… :) Happy crafting, Jenny

  2. Will puzzle saver glue with water work as well as Elmer’s glue with water?

  3. Laura says:

    If you’ve tried this on crochets doilies, hearts, etc., does it fill in the lacey holes? I don’t want that.
    Thanks!

    • Priscilla says:

      I saw on another post, if you dry this on waxpaper and turn it frequently while the stiffener is real wet, it will prevent the holes from filling in.

    • HeresMary says:

      I think if you soak your doilies etc. in this glue & shake them out before put on form to dry the lacey holes should not fill in. I my self have not used this glue with doilies but used corn starch instead. That way if something gets spilled on them you can wash.

  4. Jennifer says:

    Will this work on korker bows?

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