In a model I am constructing right now, I had pasted coloured paper on card, to get a reasonably uniform finish. It's slightly rougher and thicker than the printer paper we use, but I don't know the name– I'm not well-versed with names of paper. I used Pidilite's Fevicol to stick the paper to the card, but in some places, bubbles (air/glue) appear, and when I cut some pieces out, the glue on some uniformly-pasted pieces came unstuck, though a little extra adhesive fixed that. Moreover, glue stains appeared in some places when I used it earlier in another model. What do you suggest to fix or improve? I had used a thick piece of card to level the glue before sticking. When I fold cardpaper, particularly the thicker variety, I keep getting jagged edges on the fold, even when I use a ruler edge to fold. How can I avoid that? I'm thinking of preparing plans separately on the card as well as paper (the outer, visible layer) and folding the card first to make the part, then folding the paper, but getting the paper to stick is once again an issue. The glue figures in both cases, so should I change it? I even tried non-stick glue used to seal office stationery, but that didn't work, so it was back to Fevicol for the next few models.