I was at a Michael's Craft Store, trying to find a North American equivalent for Uhu Alleskleber. (I have never tried Alleskleber, but the little treatise that Thomas Pleiner included with his nuclear power plant model made me want to try it.) I know there is an Uhu paper craft glue sold over here, but I couldn't find it. I did find "Zip Dry" paper glue, made by Beacon adhesives. It is a solvent-based glue that is colorless, a little murky but almost clear, and about as viscous as corn syrup. It comes with a fine-tip applicator, and a separate flat cap to prevent long-term evaporation. It dries into a clear, elastic film. It's behavior matches what I have read about Alleskleber and Alleskleber Extra. About 5 dollars for 2 fluid ounces (59 milliliters). As advertised, it bonds paper without wrinkling. I've been using PVA white glues in cardmodels for a long time, but I will give this a try, especially where I suspect wrinkling will be a problem.