I’m after the name - either a technical or commercial product name - of a specific type of glue.
Its the glue that is used to hold CDs onto magazine covers. It is usually clear, very rubbery-stretchy and holds its shape in three dimensions. Not overly tacky, so may just retain its stickiness until it dries and obviously doesn’t penetrate or permanently adhere to paper.
I’ve tried normal rubber cement, which doesn’t seem to have sufficient viscosity and just smears rather than sitting proud like a little angel excretion, and none of the clear glues I’ve found at stationers seem to do the trick.