I'm glad to see that you are having fun doing some veneer work but taking a quick look at your website I think I can save you some bumps on the learning curve. Hide glue works best using a veneer hammer, no plastic, rollers, melamine plywood, etc. That approach works best with veneer tape, not blue tape, and Unibond 800. A cut seam is better than a sanded seam, you don't want to sand your seams to fit, that will come back to bite you one day. Also a cheap plastic soup warmer will work better than the slow cooker. Perhaps most important is to not use the squeeze bottle. I've tried that and it doesn't work well. A larger brush or a hide glue spoon works much better. I believe that Tools For Woodworking still make hide glue spoons but for most projects you don't need it and if you do vacuum veneering will most likely work better. Start using an iron to reheat applied veneers. There is an english guy on Youtube who does a very good presentation on the use of hide glue. In England it is called Scotch glue. Viewing these will help a good deal.