This is the best craft glue! It stays slightly flexible so it can be used to reattach broken plastic pieces on toys as well as attach paper or embellishments for scrap-booking and making greeting cards. My 5 year old grand daughter thinks I can fix anything due to "The Ultimate" Crafter's Pick. A tiny bird broke off a Tinkerbelle house we got at Disney World and I was able to reattach it, a toddler was visiting her house and got in to her dress-up clothes and pulled a section of sequins and beads off a head band and I was able to glue them back on, and a hand-me-down princess dress was coming apart and I was able to glue it all back together even where the fabric had frayed. I like it better than super glue because it does not get brittle so it resists breaking.
I have every kind of adhesive there is, I think. I am a glue junkie. This is by far the best wet adhesive I have seen for just about anything. I used it on metal tins, glass, beads, glitter, paper to paper, ribbon and it works like a champ. Dries really quickly and it pretty tacky from the get go. I didn't have to hold the paper down for very long to get a good stick.
For the price, you cannot go wrong. Buy this!
this product is amazing!! i would glue everything down with it if icould! i use it for flowers, really hard things to glue like heavy metal tags, fibers, ribbon, anything!!! i use it on projects that require that lil more sticky and heavy duty glue! and this does the job. when it says ultimate thats what it really means there is no limit to what u can use this glue for! its also great for glitter to make that 3-d look. i am so glad yall carry this its a great thing to have for crafting and scrapbooking! its a must have!! hope yall use it as much as i do!
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I loved this product the moment I first used it, and I just found a reason to love it even more. I had a little bit of trouble with my bottle. I am not sure whether it had sat at my LSS or what, but it got thick fast. But fear not...since it is water based I added a few drops of water to the bottle and "voila". It is perfect once again! And boy, does this stuff hold!!! I am working on some acryllic projects and I don't know what I would do without this stuff! Metal, acryllic, wood, paper. It does it all!
Used in this layout: Max Clear Album pg. 4 & 5
I use this in place of hot glue (which pops off in hot weather), E6000 (which smells and is toxic), Elmer's glue (which doesn't hold stuff all that well), and Aleene's Tacky Glue. The only thing I don't like about this glue is the container, so I buy a big bottle and pour it into a little jar and use it from the jar!
My students love the stuff because it holds even the bulkiest embellishment in place and sets up really fast, and dries clear and matte so if you are not too tidy, you never notice the drips.
You can apply it with a toothpick, a finger, a credit card and a brush and wash it off all of it (before it dries) with soap and water. No odor, non-toxic--what more can one ask?!
I've found Crafter's Pick glue to be one of the best multi-purpose craft adhesives I've ever used. It's not failed me yet. I recently sent a few bottles to some friends because they were having problems with the adhesive they were using on a project they were working on and I knew that Crafter's Pick was the solution.
This is a very versatile glue. You can use it to attach buttons, chipboard or any other "bulky" items. You can also use it for book binding or anywhere where you need a strong, permanent glue. This is the only liquid glue that you need.
This is one of my absolute go-to products for any gluing that is to be done. The bond is amazingly strong, and it dries perfectly clear. I have never run across anything that it won't hold in place. It is the ULTIMATE glue!
Used in this layout: Rhi jack: Bubble Catcher
Use a bottle with a tiny metal spout. Mix water with the glue in the bottle until it is the consistency that is perfect to apply to your card making projects. No more having to apply with a toothpick!
I had to pause and slowly click through a Susan's Garden YouTube video to figure out what kind of glue she was using on her paper flowers. I'm so glad I found it. I was moderately successful with Aleene's Tacky Glue, but this works even better with the flowers. I have a feeling it will also be very good in other paper crafting situations.
This stuff is super for gluing anything. It's an incredible bond. I just wish I could get it out of the bottle! It is VERY thick, and the bottle is so stiff, I can't squeeze it very well. I do have arthritis which makes things worse, no doubt. So… the product inside the bottle is wonderful stuff! It lives up to it's "Ultimate" description. So much better than any other "liquid" adhesive I've worked with,and very versatile.. works on many kinds of surfaces, both porous and slick... but dang if I can get to it! :-D
I purchased this specifically because it said it adheres to plastic and I was embellishing a plastic bangle bracelet. I used it the same way I would use Mod Podge or PPA--as both a glue and a "varnish." It did adhere the paper to the plastic, but it was LOUSY as a top-coat; thick and tacky and it tore the paper in a few places. In the future I will only use it as a glue and use a seperate varnishing product.
Works great for heavy duty applications like metal, chipboard. Too thick for paper, it can wrinkle the paper. Also, thickness causes nozzle to clog frequently and has to be cleaned out. Dries clear, a plus.