Ok - so after using white glue for everything in my card models so far, I decided to try a spray adhesive for doubling some parts last weekend. I got Elmer's 'Craft Bond' adhesive, sprayed some parts, let them sit overnight - and had horrible results. The paper discolored (which didn't matter to the parts I tested because they were all black and putting a sharpee over the edges corrected any discoloration). The real issue though is while I was cutting, the pieces came apart (delaminated). I then had to reglue a half-cut part with white glue and leave it sit to dry again. Is this an issue with the specific adhesive I bought (the wrong one?). Did I 'overspray' the amount of adhesive? Is it specific to the paper used for Wilhelmshaven models, or paper that's printed a while ago (model purchased in 1999)? Everybody says spray adhesives are the way to go for laminating paper, but I had a horrible experience with my first attempt, so I'm wondering what I did wrong. Thanks in advance.