I am a scrapbooker and cardmaker but also a quiller. I hate the glue that came with my beginner quilling kit so I was browsing the adhesives and reading the reviews. Another reviewer made a simple comment about how great this glue was for quilling - it dried quickly and had a small point of dispursion - so I decided to tried it, along with another pen-type glue that did not work well at all. I have since ordered 2 more Sakura Roller Glue Pens! For the scrapper and cardmaker, I would also recommend this glue pen! The glue dries quickly and clear; the point where the glue comes out is very small! Try it!
I cannot live without these glue pens! I use them on every lo because they work so well. I like that the glue is colored so you can see exactly where you are putting it. It does not "wet" the paper, so there are no bulges. You don't even have to use a lot in order to make anything stick. And, the best part is that they last for a long time.
I have been searching and searching for a tool like this.... the glue rolls out so smoothly, and you can get into every nook and cranny with this pen! It's so versatile and crazy easy to use! I love it! .... in fact, I have a handful of them in stock in my craft room... because I use them so much! The only thing I don't like about it is if you don't stick the piece right away, you need to re-glue it because the glue dries very quickly.
I used this pen for a small frame project I had. Its great for writing out what you want to adhere. In my case, I used it to for embossing clear power over the Sakura stardust ink I had on my frame. Worked perfectly for preserving the ink and creating that wonderful little ridge with the embossing powder. It can go anywhere, and of course dries clear, so it can be your overall adhesive, but it works mainly for small areas and projects. I used a LOT of it on my frame, and ended up having to buy another, but it was perfect for what I did with it at the time.
The Sakura Quickie Glue Pen is nothing less than fantastic. It is easy to use, mess-free, and it would be nearly impossible to make mistakes with it.
The glue pen is comfortable to hold, easy to grip and writes just like your favorite gel pens. The glue is tinted at first (so you know where it's been applied) but dries clear.
Though I haven't used it to adhere an embellishment to my layout, I did have tons of fun doodling with it, then shaking glitter onto the glue. It works great!
I have used this pen for several years, and love it. I had been unable to find it for quite some time, until I saw it here today. This glue pen is great for finer details on cards and other embellishments. I use it exclusively for applying glitter to my cards. It's very precise, and you don't have any glue blotches on the edges. It's one of my favorite little tools! I just ordered seven of them....
I purchased some glue pens from Scrapbooking.com that were Martha Stewart brand after purchasing this one and I much prefer them. The glue comes out easier and sticks better. I would recommend the Martha Strewart ones over these.
I found this glue pen in my local scrapbook store and it immediately caught my attention. Ever since I started using Quickutz Revolution for die cutting alphas I was trying to figure out what would be the best way to attach the sometimes really tiny letters to my pages. Regular glue pens are too wide and tent to drawn the embellies in the enormous amount they dispense (which is great if working with larger shapes or embellies but here I am talking tiny die cuts), double-sided tape is too large and its so time consuming to cut it, tape runners work nicely but are rather expensive and most of the adhesive is wasted .This pen is the answer. The point head is precious in applying glue exactly and only where needed and it dispenses the perfect amount of glue for the tiny embellies. The glue comes our blue but dries clear. I noticed the best bond is created if you apply the glue and let sit on the embbelie for several seconds, and then adhere to the page.
I use it for all of those minute pieces of paper cuts from the Cricut Art Nouveau Cartridge. Speaking of, why can't they make the images sharper in the booklet?(Pale pink on a white background does NOT stick out!)
This pen helps get into the tight edges and corners for all of the paper cuts. No wasted glue, no stickiness on your work surface from rolling the microdots over something that thin.
One thing: your video in the description takes you to the Wishblade Create & Cut Workspace by Xyron, not a video on the uses of this glue pen...just a heads up.
This pen offers you perfect control in even the most tricky and fiddly situations. This is my go to glue for anything where I need perfect control, and if, like me, you don't have the best control with glue, you'll be glad to know that this glue goes tacky rather than sticks instantly, making it easy to rectify simple mistakes, but it does dry very fast once stuck down, so there's only a small window for rectifying those mistakes and no tedious, lengthy wait before you can move onto the next thing.
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