I use Elmer's Rubber Cement for many different things. It is great for any project where you want quick drying glue. The 4 oz bottle comes with a handy brush attached to the lid. The rubber cement is thick and can be slightly messy sometimes, but the great thing about rubber cement is that if you get it anywhere you don't want it, you just wait until it is dry and rub it right off with your fingers.
Rubber Cement doesn't wrinkle the paper or soak through like some adhesives do. It is acid free and safe to use on photos, so it works great when I am doing my scrap booking, because if I decide to change the position of a photo, it can easily be removed even after it has dried. I like to use it with arts and crafts projects with my grandson. It is easy for him to use the brush and the project dries quickly. You do have to be careful with the fumes around children, and the glue itself can be harmful or fatal if swallowed, so only let them use it with constant supervision.
You can find Elmer's Rubber Cement at most stores that carry stationery and craft supplies.