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Jewelry Glue Sticks

by Surebonder


Jewelry Glue Sticks can be used in two different setting of a glue gun: high and dual. Jewelry stick is ideal for bonding rhinestones, faux gemstones, beads, pearls, and sequins to glass, wood, plastic, ceramic, and fabric. Excellent bonding strength. Dries clear. Pack of 12. Each stick measures 4 in. x 0.44 in.

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Jewelry Glue Sticks

by Surebonder

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james .jr. C. from St. Louis, MO says:

Product is as described, and then some. My application so far has been putting these sticks in a glue pot on lowest setting that will melt the sticks. Then a pallet of color variants made in the pot...[more]

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Rated by: james .jr. C. in St. Louis, MO
Product is as described, and then some. My application so far has been putting these sticks in a glue pot on lowest setting that will melt the sticks. Then a pallet of color variants made in the pot after inserting small wood strips as dividers, 'pie' style. A basic pallet arrived at with the addition of various colored ground glass pigment, thoroughly mixed into the glue with an old brush handle. I then layer appropriate color glues, impasto style, to form small three dimensional forms, either representative forms or free form abstract, By layering the now irridescent glue colors in various patterns and layers, the colors optically blend and 'mix' much like layering glass, which is a quality of this glue that I have not found in various other malleable media. The pieces are then combinant with various sculpture or formed into stand alone color/form pieces and intersperced in and among various display mineral specimens in such a way as to accentuate the minerals presentation from a static academic display to a dynamic visual and textural presentation.

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