Thursday, September 30, 2010

Glitter Yummies...

You can never have enough glitter. I mean really. :)

Here's a fun video about how I use glitter....

Can't see the video? Click Here!

Here are some pictures of a project I created using glitter.

Supplies used:

Flower2Doodle Stamp Set The Stamps of Life
eclips Machine by Sizzix
Albums, Bags and Boxes Cartridge
PK Glitz Glitter
Quickie Glue Pen by Sakura

Schedule Update...

I'll be at Oh My Crafts in Salt Lake City, Utah next Wednesday,October 6th, representing Sizzix. Make sure you stop by and check out the new eclips machine!

Also, The Stamps of Life will be in Ontario, CA on October 22 and 23rd! Make sure you stop by and visit our booth!

And, oh, yeah! Friday is October first! That means a new stamp set!!! Woo Hoo!

Big hugs!

The Stamps of Life


Denise said...

Thank you so much! I have one of the ways on my website. How funny? I guess we are all on the same page with glitter!! I love it!! Thanks for shareing!!

Tammy@ Not Just Paper and Glue said...

Fabulous video Stephanie! P K Glitz glitter is the best!

Lisa said...

Hi Stephanie,

Loved your glue tips for the glitter. Makes me want to dig out my glitter again! : ) I have a tip for you... I keep Cool Whip containers (or buy similar sized containers) and dump each color of glitter into it's own container and add a plastic spoon. Instead of trying to funnel the excess glitter back into the small container when I'm done, I just scoop the glitter w/ the spoon onto my project overtop of the larger container and let the excess fall back into it. I label each container with the color and stack them to store. I do this with my embossing powders too. I know it's a large container for such a small amount of glitter, but it works so much better and is much less messy and I don't mind getting the glitters and powders out to use them now! : )

Jannarama, aka Jann H Schott said...

I'm NOT a glitter type person. That's why I use Stickles !

It's Glitter in clear glue, already mixed & you squeeze it out of the small tip of the bottle. There are a variety of colors, and glitzy sparkly shades from which to choose!

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