I'm assuming for foam tape you mean the two bits that cover the screwheads on the right side of the iPad---tip: next time just screw right down through them and they will stay on the screwheads--super easy to transfer. If you tossed the tapes, no worries, just use a tiny bit of kapton tape or whatever you have. The purpose is just to prevent the digitizer from grounding out on the screws.
For "adhesive" most of the screen assemblies these days (which is what pretty much everyone buys for replacement screens for the mini) have preinstalled adhesive---you just pull the backs of the adhesive stickers after you've done your dry fit and test. There is no need for extra adhesive AS LONG AS you have made sure to remove 100% of the old adhesive. I use a 3M sticker remover pen which works great, and then I go over that with isopropyl alcohol or windex. dry and ready for install.
good luck! (PS: don't forget to read up on how to tape the iPad mini digitizer to prevent ghosting, the mini can be a finicky little thing!
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