Martha Stewart Crafts Ball Point Glue Pen
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- This glue pen is perfect for all of your crafting needs
- Acid and xylene free
- Conforms to ASTM D4236; Imported
- Create meaningful memories by hand with innovative crafting essentials from lifestyle expert Martha Stewart
- In each product you will find the quality, thoughtful attention to detail, and how-to expertise that is reflective of Martha signature style.
- The glue goes on blue for easy visibility and dries clear
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Ball Point Glue Pen. This ultra-fine, ballpoint glue pen is one of our favorites. The glue goes on blue for easy visibility and dries clear. Use it wet, and you'll get a strong, permanent bond. Allow it to dry, and you'll have a sticky, temporary bond for positioning items.
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I make literally hundreds of cards a year with lots of inserts and the Martha Stewart Craft Ball Point Glue Pen is my go to glue for my inserts. It's ease of use, clear drying glue, my ability to put the glue wherever I want it and to be able to spread it out along the spine of the card makes it perfect for this purpose.
The glue holds with ease, and I have never had any paper tear while using this glue pen.
It does not come with a refill, when the glue pen is empty you just throw it away and get a new one. All in all this is a great little glue pen and does a great job.
With this glue pen, you are able to put the glue exactly where you desire and in very small quantities if that is what you want. The pen also has a squishy part so it is very comfortable to hold for longer periods of use.
As other reviewers have stated, the glue dries very quickly so you need to get moving when you apply the glue. The first time you use it, you might want to try it on something for practice first.
The glue is blue so it is easy to see where you have applied the glue and it dries clear.
Sometimes, you have to scribble on a separate sheet of paper to get the glue going, and sometimes too much glue will come out, so I recommend practicing a bit to be able to control the flow to your liking.