The ABC's of Stampin' Up! - 2 Way Glue Pen

I have decided to add a new feature to the blog that will help you become more familiar with the tools that Stampin' Up! has to offer.  I like to call it the ABC's of Stampin' Up!  Each Friday I will highlight a tool that Stampin' Up! offers and give you the scoop on everything you need to know about how it is used.  I will go in alphabetical order through the list of supplies that we have to offer as we progress through the weeks.  So join us every Friday on our journey and learn about our wonderful products at Stampin' Up!  And of course if you would like to purchase any of these teriific products, just send me an email.  Now to out first feature product.

2-Way Glue Pen (100425)
2-Way Glue Pen - by Stampin' Up!
Features & Benefits Permanent or temporary bond
Dries quickly
Great for adhering glitter
Blue when wet; clear when dry
10 grams
Chisel tip
Washes off skin with soap and water
Acid free
Quick Trick Need a temporary bond for a stencil or mask? Or do you need a permanent bond for a card or page? Look no further than the 2-Way Glue Pen.
1. Wet bond (permanent bond): While the glue is still blue and wet, immediately make the bond. Use a wet bond when you apply glitter.
2. Dry bond (temporary): Apply glue lightly and wait for the adhesive to dry (it will become clear). Use this method when masking or positioning stencils. When you are finished, you can remove the bond easily.
FYI To start the 2-Way Glue Pen, push the tip in a few times and allow the glue to saturate the tip (the tip will turn blue). Always replace the cap after use.

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