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What craft glue do you use?

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Ok, I've got glue sticks, water based glues even glitter glues but for some of my crafts, these glues are falling well below the mark.

Craft fail - my glue just couldn't hold Nemo together


What's your favourite child friendly glue that will stick together a myriad of items and create a strong bond that will make your child's craft last longer than an afternoon?


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I like simple white PVA glue. Dries clear and can be used to stick lots of different materials. You can also water it down and use it as a varnish or for paper mâché.
Clear gum paste works well for this type of craft.It is probably my favorite of all the glues!
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