gummed paper

gummed paper

[′gəmd ¦pā·pər]
(materials)
A variety of colored, patterned papers with adhesive on one side for easy application.
Coated or uncoated book paper, gummed on one side, used for stickers, labels, stamps, seals, and tapes.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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I'd recommend their paper chains consisting of 48 off-white gummed paper strips, with each one bedecked with beautiful wedding motifs and phrases in stand-out vintage graphics, offering a quirky and inexpensive way of decorating your reception, pounds 5.50.
Serve on a tray with a some hand decorated paper napkins (crayons and gummed paper) and take upstairs to a sleeping daddy.
By the 1750s, however, an Irishman settled in Birmingham, by the name of John Brooks, had pioneered a method of transfer printing, using an engraved printing black and gummed paper. The engraved design was transferred onto the paper and then attached to the enamelled box.
Everyone decorated their houses with paper garlands in those days and in school I remember our class making chains out of gummed paper to pin across the classroom ceiling.
For a few pennies, the gummed paper with the Queen's napper in the corner guaranteed your letter would reach its destination.
Pupils also visited the stunning mosaics at the Church of the Sacred Heart in Droitwich - then made their own with gummed paper in the classroom.
But many CEO philatelists are passionate about what others see only as gummed paper.
In effect we turn our hard earned cash into a small rectangle of gummed paper - now sticky-back in many cases - in order to get a thank you note to Manchester or a birthday card to our aunts in Australia.
They have visited the stunning mosaics at the Church of the Sacred Heart in Droitwich, and made their own versions with gummed paper back in the classroom.
From its humble beginnings as a manufacturer of water sensitive conventional gummed papers and cloths, Brown-Bridge saw its family of products expand extensively over the years to now being Spinnaker Coating LLC, an employee-owned company.