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!

 

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Applications
  • 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

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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

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How to Create a Quilled Photograph
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Just pixels... or a picture? Use a classic quilling technique and Quickie Glue to make this modern art paper project.

CreativeBug: DIY Cards with Quickie Glue
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Michaela of Sakura Color Products of America and Courtney Cerruti are making cards using Sakura's Quickie Glue pen.

Made by Marzipan: Intro to Papercutting
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My newest hobby has me delving into the art of paper cutting. These are hand-cut with a craft knife and the delicate finished pieces cast intriguing shadows. They can be cut from a single sheet of paper, or layered to create a dimensional diorama. Secure the pieces using Quickie Glue.

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Mark Reep
"I use black Sakura Pigma Micron .005 drawing pens to stipple most black-inked passages, beginning with the lightest

-Mark Reep