real imported german glass glitter

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German Glass Glitter is made in Germany using real silver and glass.  It is cut here in the United States; it is sharp because it is glass.  Children should not use this glitter.

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prep for success

German Glass Glitter is used for crafts such as these paper mache pumpkin shown here.  Also, glitter can add some bling to ornaments, burlap, silk flowers, twigs or anything you can imagine.

How to apply it!

Tacky Glue or Elmer’s Glue is applied on the surface. Next sprinkle the glitter on using a spoon. Finally, press the glitter down into the glue using a piece of cardstock between your hands and the glitter.

This glitter can also be sprinkled on top of our Embossing Medium and Crust while wet, and as a result you create a sparkling texture such as frosted snow!

You can buy different colors of German Glass Gliitter, so allow your imagination to run free!

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Please note that because the glitter is coated with real silver it will tarnish over time.  This is most notable in the Silver glitter.  The colored glitters, because they are coated with color over the silver, barely show any sign of tarnishing.  The Sheer Frost glitter is just glass and contains no silver and will not tarnish.recommended for best durabilty. Table tops and cabinetry must be topcoated. Use your best judgement depending on the interation of your project. Is it being interacted with daily or simply decor to be looked at?

 

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