Martha Stewart Crafts Art and Craft Glue, 4-Ounce
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6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Martha Stewart Adhesive Art and Craft Glue Feb 07, 2011
By Sharon O'Berry
Oh my gosh, finally a glue to use on any craft you are doing! I have tried so many different glues, strips, pastes that made my pages curl, tape that left the outline marks that I could just scream. I found this Martha Stewart online at Amazon and decided why not take a chance, it was the best money I have spent in a long time when it comes to crafts. I use it for paper crafts, gluing jewels to crafts, every kind of craft situation there is and it has yet to let me down. It sticks quickly, dries fast and does not leave a residue or curl my paper. This will always be my glue of choice from now on. Thanks Martha Stewart
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Great craft glue, but way overpriced. Feb 02, 2012
Many craft glues claim to dry quickly, dry clear, be washable, etc., etc., but fail to live up to their claims. I was using Gorilla Glue for many of my projects until I started working with origami, and needed a glue better suited to paper. I'm impressed with this adhesive. The tip is longer than many which makes it easy to get it down into projects without using an orange stick or toothpick. It dries very quickly and clear. It's also very low odor which I really like. It does get a star off though for price. Maybe the seller adds in the cost of shipping with the glue, but you can purchase this at any local craft store for about $2.50. If you don't live anywhere near a crafting store, buying this adhesive here online might be worth the cost of gas. Aside from the cost, one of the best crafting glues I've ever used.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Great glue for quilling Jan 20, 2012
By Butterbug's Mom
"Adam & Eric's Mommy"
This is a great glue for quilling. Dries quickly but not too quickly. Holds very well and a tiny dot is all that is required. I also used a bit of this to glue the corner of my wallpaper which started to peel. Dries clear.
Your standard glue May 17, 2014
By Nicole Roberge
I chose this glue based on a recommendation for creating origami flowers. It has a small tip that is perfect for the fine detail I need.
Didn't work for me Dec 19, 2012
I bought it for fabric but it didn't work. Also, it's extremely overpriced. You can get this one for 1/3 of the price in Target or michaels.