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- Review | Fancy Pants Designs Artist Edition Stencils - February 20, 2014
- Review | DecoArt Americana Chalkboard Paint for Glass - December 27, 2013
- Review | Introduction to Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Glitter - November 19, 2013
Distress Glitter comes in 24 different colors and coordinates with the nostalgic palette of other Distress products . Somewhere between a fine glitter and a glass glitter, the blend is best described as a vintage mica creating a unique glitter product. MSRP is $5.49, in my opinion a good value for a quality product that will last you quite a long time!
Apply this glitter with a wet adhesive such as glossy accents, with gel medium, or you can even use tacky glue like I did on the edges of the flower above. The wet adhesive allows the Distress Glitter to stand up and attach the the adhesive at different angles giving the sparkle even more interest.
I’m a little impatient and really appreciated that this glitter can be heated to dry the glue faster and the glitter did not melt or fly off.
And here’s a bonus feature – Distress Glitter is inkable! It’s amazing… just add a little contrasting Distress Ink with a blending tool and you’ll achieve some beautiful shading.
This glitter doesn’t disappoint… give it a try, you’ll love it just like I do!
- Coordinates with the Distress palette of products
- Unique sparkle
- Heat Stable
- Not available in every Distress color (yet!)
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Glitter is available in 24 colors, and has an MSRP of $5.49.