Is The Precision Glue Press Worth The Hype?

Today we are going to talk about the Precision Glue Press but we are also going to make a LOT of fun cards using some gorgeous products from Spellbinders.


I purchased the Spellbinder Fresh Picked Bundle and spent a few hours making some beautiful cards for friends and family.

In the video above I show many techniques I used on these cards along with reviewing the Precision Glue Press from My Sweet Petunia.

I gave this sweet card to my sister-in-law for her birthday. The colors and vibe of this card reminded me so much of her and when she opened the card she said, “This might be my favorite card you’ve ever made.” Nailed it.

This card was not made with any one person in mind. However, I have a teenage daughter and I’m thinking this is a perfect card to slip into her book bag one day and remind her how much she’s loved. Being a teen is hard, especially in today’s world.

The Corner Chomper from We-R-MemoryKeepers is one of the oldest tools in my stash. Sometimes I forget about using this gem and then when I start using it again I get on a roll with it. I used it for more than one of the cards I share today.

My cousin who is no longer with us used to quilt. This card reminds me of her. She made gorgeous elaborate quilts and went through a Hawaiian quilt phase. This card was a nod to her during that time. I remember vividly a similar design in one of her quilts.

After I paper pieced this and glued it all together, I used an Altenew embossing folder and pressed all the pieces together. This is a fun and unique technique. It gives the card a quilted look and makes it look like all the paper is one piece but not. If you’ve never tried this technique give it a whirl. You’ll love it.

For this card, I created the panel using soft pastels and then put them on a black background to give a stark contrast. I love the contrast. I cut the full panel in half using the Borders dies from Stampin’ UP! and then added a few accent elements along with the Vintage Pearls from HoneyBee Stamps.

The sentiment on this card is from Concord & 9th.

This card might be my favorite. I love the color combination and the design of these dies.

Also, using the Gelly Roll pen and adding in the white dots brings this card up a notch for sure.

Lastly, I used the other part of the full panel with pastels to make this card. This card is being sent to a friend who recently lost her husband. I am thinking of her all the time.

All I can hope is that this card brings her just a few moments of joy and lets her know someone is thinking of her in her time of sadness.

Well, friends, I had more fun than should be allowed while making these cards. I am so happy I could share so many samples with you today. I’d love it if you’d leave me a comment or use one of the links below to purchase any of the items that will support me or one of the awesome companies I love.


This video & blog post includes affiliate links. This simply means when you click on the links I might earn a commission, but there is no additional cost to you. No one has paid me to use specific products, I share what I love and hope you enjoy. I am not an affiliate with any company listed here other than My Sweet Petunia and Amazon which is pre approved by Stampin’ UP!

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