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Colored School Glue

A less splattery alternative to watercolor paint
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The title and subtitle pretty much sum up this Idea. The typical school glue looks white when wet, but becomes transparent when it dries. This is fine when you don't want the glue to be obvious, after gluing things together.

But the glue itself doesn't always have to be used to glue something together. It could be used like a fairly thick paint; it will certainly stick nicely to the "construction paper" used by many kids' art/craft projects. The only trouble is, of course, that typical school glue is transparent when it dries. This Idea is about fixing that trouble. All the common colors should be available, of course.

Vernon, Jul 11 2015

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       Are there rare colours?
Ian Tindale, Jul 11 2015
  

       //Are there rare colours?//   

       Presumably as some are well done and others are burnt.
AusCan531, Jul 11 2015
  

       There are lots of colored glues. Glitter glue is a very cool riff on the idea. I do not remember these growing up and I think they came out in the late 90s. Google it up.
bungston, Jul 11 2015
  

       This is terrible. It's shocking enough that you still have segregated schools; to suggest that they can't use the same glue as everyone else is ridiculous.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 11 2015
  
      
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