• susan portal

    Elmer's Glue Lid - Use an old glue cap and put it on a acrylic paint bottle to be able to write in color, so smart!

  • Pebbsandbamm Brown

    Put a glue top on acrylic paint bottle and you can write with it. this is possibly the most genius crafting idea i have ever seen.

  • Deborah Jennings

    DIY Crafting Trick~ Put a glue top on acrylic paint bottle and you can write with it! A useful tip that prevents a mess and conserves a lot more glue!

  • Twitchy Witchy Studios

    Save those Elmer's Glue caps!!! Put the glue top on acrylic paint bottle and you can write with it!

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