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Quickie Glue

by Sakura


Gives you the writing ease of a pen with glue in a ballpoint barrel. Put glue on paper as easily as signing your name. A permanent or temporary bond is possible in a generous 0.7mm line. Shake-free and squeeze-free, Quickie Glue lays down a smooth line without uncontrolled spreading or globing. Create a lot or a little sparkle by making a straight, curvy, or dotted line with Quickie Glue and sprinkle with glitter. Use for scrapbooking and paper crafts, handmade stationary, use with glitter powders and confetti. Odor free. Creates permanent or temporary bond. (When glue is blue in color, the bond is permanent. When glue is clear, the bond is removable.)

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Jennifer P. from Easton, PA says:

This is the most valuabe tool when I scrapbook. I use the Cricut Expressions and sometimes when you have tiny pieces to adhere down this is the only glue I can use on the tiny parts. Position the cut...[more]

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Rated by: Jennifer P. in Easton, PA
This is the most valuabe tool when I scrapbook. I use the Cricut Expressions and sometimes when you have tiny pieces to adhere down this is the only glue I can use on the tiny parts. Position the cut out while it's blue and then it will stay put forever when it turns clear. Love it! The chisel types are too wide. I bought two pens to keep me stocked for a bit. I am happy I found it here and so inexpensive.
Rated by: Anna B. in Rockford, IL
I bought this pen for the same type of reason. I have a Cricut machine, and some of the items that are cut are very small, and it's difficult to put glue on it. A Xyron might work, but not always. This glue pen is the best thing to on small items!
Rated by: Arleen K. in West Islip, NY
I recently was in an Archiver's store taking a class and the instructor used the Quickie glue. We were working with a very thin line and also between other lines and it went on so neatly it was great. Easy and fun to use.

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