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Yes! All-Purpose Stik Flat Glue - 1 Pint

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Yes! All-Purpose Stik Flat Glue Features:

  • Great for book-altering, paper-layering and scrapbooking
  • Ultra-thick paste consistency - keeps it where it is needed and does not run or drip
  • Leaves no bubbles or wrinkles behind
  • Water-based
  • Clear when dry
  • Non-toxic
  • Slow to set
  • Recyclable
  • Acid-free for archival work
  • Use on paper, leather, cloth, tin, wood, imitation leather, glass, metal and printed surfaces
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Yes! All-Purpose Stik Flat Glue - 1 Pint

5 reviews 4.2 out of 5
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  • Does not make the paper bubble!

    A fantastic glue, adheres evenly and the paper does not bubble up; its great for decoupage and working with thin pappers.

    salome57, NY
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  • For a gift

    I was told that is very good

    Marabu, NY
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  • It Works

    It work well on paper items.

    Keen221, NY
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  • YES is best

    This is the ONLY adhesive I have found that really works for card making with photos - it's a bit messy but well worth it - I want MORE! Thanks HSN!

    wjwj4, NY
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  • It's just "ok"

    I bought this to use in my card making. You do need to use an applicator (brush) to apply. Because it is so thick, it's a little hard to distribute evenly on the project. It does hold well. I prefer a more liquid glue, as it would be easier to spread. On the plus side, it is a lot of glue for the money. I think I'll stick with using glue runners as they are quick and there is no dry time to wait for.

    durhigh, IA
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