Best Glue for Craft Sticks?

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  1. Mrs.KC

    Mrs.KC New Member

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    Please help! I have tried regular glue and rubber cement. Trying to stay away from hot glue. Any suggestions?

    Thanks!:)
     
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  3. czacza

    czacza Multitudinous

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    Sep 29, 2011

    Wood glue?
     
  4. NJArt

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    Wood glue would definitely hold it. Elmer's white glue works fine too, but make sure it's NOT the washable kind because it is too watery.
     
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    There is this stuff i get at the craft store that is called Tacky Glue (i think) and it's thicker than regular glue.
     
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    scmom Enthusiast

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    I have used Elmers for years with no problems. Hot glue works as well. It is illegal in California to let kids use or be around rubber cement.
     
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    Elmer's glue all works perfect---and its usually cheaper than tacky glue
     
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