Quickie Glue™ gives you the writing ease of a pen with glue in a ball-point barrel. Place glue precisely where it is needed to hold the smallest embellishments. Shake-free and squeeze-free, Quickie Glue lays down a smooth line without uncontrolled spreading or globbing.

Can’t decide where to glue an item? Temporarily place and move objects around. To create a temporary bond, allow a few minutes of drying time before securing the items together. Decorate scrapbook & journal pages, cards, stationery, and collages! Quickie Glue is also excellent for handmade quilling projects.

What you can do with Quickie Glue -

  • Make straight, curvy or dotted lines
  • Draw flower, paisley or scallop patterns
  • Draw polka-dots, hearts, and zigzags
  • Sign your name or write a message

Then you can sprinkle with glitter, confetti or apply gold, silver or copper foils!



  • Scrapbooking and papercrafts
  • Handmade stationary
  • Do-It-Yourself foil-stamping techniques
  • Use with glitter powders, and confetti
Technical qualities
  • 0.7 mm smooth & consistent line width
  • Spring activated nib allows longer cap-off time
  • Odor-free
  • Shaking and squeezing not necessary
  • Unique-looking cap is easily distinguished from writing pen caps
  • Blue glue color indicates bond is permanent and white glue color indicates a temporary or moveable bond
  • Meets ACMI non-toxicity standards
  • Not recommended for use on fabrics intended to be washed, on food service or ceramics that are washed
  • Not evaluated for cosmetic use on skin

Product Specifications


Stock # Description UPC No.
38480 POUCH, QUICKIE GLUE 1 PK 0 53482 38480 9
58482 POUCH, QUICKIE GLUE 2 PK 0 53482 58482 7
38481 QUICKIE GLUE CUP DISPLAY - 24 POUCHES 0 53482 38481 6


Gold Leafing with Quickie Glue

Use Quickie Glue for gold leafing projects.

DIY Realistic Holiday Coffee Filter Poinsettias

Use coffee filters, Koi watercolors, and Quickie Glue to make realistic poinsettias.

Use Quickie Glue to Make Easy Paper Flowers

Create paper flowers and swirls that pop off the page with quilling paper and Quickie Glue glue pens.


James G. Mundie
Since 1998, Philadelphia artist James Mundie has been working on a series of portrait drawings called "Prodigies". The

-James G. Mundie