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craftstuff
06:58 AM - 04/28/2018

The topic: A new glue?

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Last month, someone asked on a forum about glue. Of course, I shared my love of Beacon 3-in-1.

I like it because, unlike white glue, it doesn't warp the paper, it doesn't dry immediately, meaning I have a little time to adjust what I'm gluing, and I can make finger boogers with it. Actually, that last is more of an annoyance when I'm really busy.

Anyway, more than a few people responded that they liked glitter glue. Glitter glue? Like Stickles? Or the Elmer's stuff with glitter in it? How would that work?

So, I did some research.

There really is a glue that's called glitter glue. I ordered some last night. It should be here tomorrow. I like that it comes with a metal tip. I've tried putting my Beacon in a bottle with a metal tip, the same kind I use for my white glue, but it doesn't work well. Maybe this will.

I have paper cut out for three smaller balloons (keeping busy yesterday, waiting for word on Rocky) and I'm going to wait until my order arrives tomorrow before putting them together.

I'm looking forward to it.

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