Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue: Wet, white glue that dries clear. This is the adhesive I use most, but not for ribbon. Small dots of this glue provide a strong, permanent bond. Dries in a few seconds, but with time to slide your paper into position. Be sure to apply small amounts- and don't get it too close to the edge of the cardstock. Store with the tip down so the glue is always ready and the nozzle doesn't clog.
Fine-Tip Glue Pen: Fine nozzle will not clog because cap has needle-like thing that slides into it pretty easily. You needto press items together for a few seconds until the glue sets. Perfect for small embellishments like sequins.
2-Way Glue Pen: Wet but thick, not drippy. Permanent if materials are adhered while glue is wet, but if glue is allowed to dry, bond will be temporary. Not for ribbon.
Tear & Tape Adhesive: Takes the place of the "red double-sided tape." Excellent for adhering non-sheer ribbon like burlap or twill. Very strong.
Mini Glue Dots: Dry dots of glue used to adhere buttons, bows, and the ends of ribbon. Great for adhering something to Glimmer Paper.
Stampin' Dimensionals: Six-sided foam pieces with adhesive on both sides. Used to give pop up panels and elements (pop-dots).
Fast Fuse Adhesive: Tape-runner style perfect for paper-to-paper as well as non-sheer ribbon. Very strong and permanent. After rolling, make a "check" with your hand to break the adhesive so you don't pull it away from your project.
SNAIL Adhesive: Tape-runner style excellent for paper-to-paper. Permanent. Use the "check" technique with this, too.