Building my first paper model (Jack Sparrow's Compass from Disney), and I started with some Elmer's 'Washable School Glue'. It seems to hold pretty well for now (long term, not so sure, I hope someone will have a comment on it). In an effort to get more precise than my fingers, I went to Michael's craft store and asked for a syringe glue applicator. They basically had no clue what I was talking about. They pointed me at a couple of different adhesives with pointy tips. I picked up 2 different glues: G-S hypo cement and UHU Craft Glue for cardboard and craft paper. The G-S hypo cement had a thin needle extension where you were to apply the glue. When I attempted to apply it to my model, it was pretty precise, but it kept coming out, even after I held it vertical, point up. I wiped a few times, stuck the pin of the cap back into the needle (so it wouldn't clog), and attached the pieces together. Once they were together, I put a paper towel on top (it was a hidden joint), two CD cases on top to apply pressure, moved on to cutting out the next piece. After the suggested 10 minutes, I pulled the pressure off, and discovered that only about 3/4s of my joints held. Wasn't happy with that. It smelled, and didn't hold very well on paper. I'm wary of opening the UHU cardboard and craft paper glue. It doesn't have an applicator tip, so I'll have to figure something out there, and though it says it can glue crepe paper, I don't want too much wrinkle out of it. Anyone used this stuff?