A few weeks ago I shared a Glue Pen Comparison and one of my favorites (Creative Memories) was discontinued. I’ve discovered TWO brands that are VERY similar to it! So today I’m putting them to the test to see if we’ve got a reasonable substitution. Today’s contestants are: EK Success Zig Squeeze and Roll 2-Way Glue. Martha Stewart Crafts Ball Point Glue Pen and the Creative Memories Glue Pen.
All are VERY similar- same ball-point tip, same bulb to squeeze to get the glue to flow. The Zig and Martha Stewart both have glue that starts blue and goes clear when dry- very helpful for staying tidy.
The Zig and Martha Stewart both have glue that starts blue and goes clear when dry- very helpful for staying tidy.
This is VERY helpful as all three stay tacky when dry!
Let’s go right to the video, shall we?
So just to reiterate, the Zig and Martha Stewart products are identical, so purchase whichever is least expensive/ available in your area! Of course, if you use our links you will help support FREE reviews and giveaways on CTD.
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Sarah Booker says
I have never used a glue pen before. Thank you for the neat demo. I love the handwriting idea with the glitter!!! Very cool 🙂
Amy G. says
Thank you for your videos! They are very helpful.
Thanks for the heads up, since the CM is discontinued, it’s nice to know that these are still available! Love your videos and find them informative and helpful. And you’ve saved me some money!