Martha Stewart Crafts Hexagonal Glitter, 12-Pack
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- From martha stewart crafts
- Use with our glue pad or glittering glue (sold separately)
- A great basic to have on hand
- Includes 12 colors
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Add a sparkling accent to cards, gift tags, decorations, scrapbooks, and more with this Glitter set from Martha Stewart Crafts. Use with glue pad, glittering glue, or craft glue (sold separately). Includes 12 colors, each .3-ounce.
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The colors themselves are okay, but not as bright as I would have hoped; this may be due to the random chunky shapes not allowing the colors to present themselves as normal glitter would, though. The colors lean more towards the "pastel" area, when the picture shows more vibrant colors (The 'garnet', 'fire opal', and 'tourmaline' shades are pretty bright, but the others are too subtle).
The colors, since they are kind of hard to see in the picture:
1. "Brownstone" - dark brown, almost coppery
2. "Fire Opal" - orange/copper
3. "Florentine Gold" - silvery gold
4. "Sterling" - silver
5. "Garnet" - red
6. "Tourmaline" - deep pink/fuschia
7. "Kunzite" - silvery light "baby" pink
8. "Charoite" - light purple/lavender
9. "Lapis Lazuli" - medium blue
10. "Turquoise" - light blue-green
11. "Verdalite" - light minty green
12. "Olivine" - light olive green
The only downside is that it is so fine that it gets everywhere. You have to be really careful. It's really more glitter for adults (if there is such a thing) than glitter for kids.
It adds a really soft, light texture to whatever you are covering. It's so fine that I found putting the object in a plastic bag and shaking it instead of pouring the glitter on was the most efficient way to cover it without getting glitter everywhere. The darker colors don't cover as well as the light ones. Once the eggs covered in glittered dried, I decided to see if I could cover it in Modge Podge to keep the glitter from falling off but the glitter instead clumped and came off. That might just be the glue I used or the smooth surface, but I think you would have to seal it with a spray instead of a liquid.
All in all, the eggs look great and I have lots left over to glitter other holiday decor throughout the year.