Tattered & Timeless said it so well, and we are so happy she said it! We are kind of blushing over here...but we have to admit it is not the first time we have heard this. It's nice when you carry the best product on the market!
"German Glass Glitter is the only glitter you should ever use.
I have used the store brand. I have even popped for Martha Glitter but all of those pale in comparison to the real deal. They don't even come in the same ball park. I took Marian's advice and ordered some from Meyers Imports and I will never go back."
Deep in the black forest is a mountain that is made completely of Glass Glitter. Most people will not believe this, as we recently traveled there to take pictures of this amazing operation. We are sworn to secrecy and can not provide the exact location to protect the owners of this mine. And just as it was in the middle ages, the Glitter is still mined with the same tools and workers, the Glitter Elfs.
The mined glitter tumbles down the face of cliff to collect in the conyever belt, putting each and every Elf worker at great risk of harm. But to these Elfs, nothing is too risky to get to the treasures of Glass Glitter contained in this amazing mountain.
Once it is mined it's sorted by color, packaged and sent to us here in the States. It was great to travel to there land, to see their operation and to enjoy their freindship. And their beer was really good too!
Just in time for your Christmas and Holiday Craft Projects, here is our latest "deal of the day". (or at least until the end of the year!) This is a set of 3 Jars of our famous Chunky Glitters, each jar holds 2 oz, so you get a total of 6 oz for a very special price! Over $30 retail for less than half price! Wow! This price will hold until the end of 2011, so now is the time to order! Click here for all the details!
Our Super Shard Glitter Line continues to grow with a number of new colors in both Silver Based and Translucant (clear colored glitters). These pictures allow the Glitter to "speak" louder than my blog post, so here are pics! Click here to see all the new items in our store.
I really think this whole Black Friday concept is just getting out of hand. So, we are announcing that we are not having a Black Friday Sale. No big deals to try to get you to buy more or to "capture more of your holiday spend". We'll be here when you need us. And until then, have a great Thanksgiving.
Anyone who reads my blog knows that I am a crafty as a turtle with no thumbs. But you also know that I reward richy those who share their creations with us! Kat from Cheshire Kat is one designers who got the box of random stuff and created a bunch of great pieces. Up first. A little Deer in a Walnut Shell Ornament! More pieces later this week (this one was my favorite)! Here's what you need to make yours:
As I have said, you can NEVER have too many banners (or Garland!). From Marie's Marketplace on Etsy, a great selection of Holiday (and not holiday!) garland, some with Glass Glitter, some without. (Of the coarse the Glass Glitter ones look sooooooooooooo much better! :-)
We are very happy to announce a new feature on our web site, the ability to Shop by Color!
So, you no longer have to think, what type of glitter or material do I want for my project, you can just think of the Color you are looking for and with one little click, all the items we have will be displayed.
Glitters, Flitters, Mica, Shards, all sorted by color. It is really cool and fun way to discover all the items we carry, beside our world famous German Glass Glitters! Try it today!
Our friends over at Junker Newbie (in the great state of South Carolina) are holding a class on how to use Glass Glitter.
Very cool and exciting as we LOVE to support anyone who is spreading the word about our unique products,
But, hold the phone Mable, wow, what a nice shout out to us, Meyer imports (Your Glass Glitter Superstore, the #1 glittering palace for Crafters, Nobel Prize winners, Presidents and Apollo 13 astronauts. (Alright, I made up the part about Astronauts - you caught me).
But, if you want to learn all about Glass Glitter and you are close to Greenville, SC, or, if you just want to pop buy to give them a piece of your glittery mind, pop on over to Junker Newbie today! And, are you holding a class that features Glass Glitter? You know you should be talking to our customer support team, don't you?
Sarah from the blog Pink Cricut has created a very nice, very simple way to create Glass Glitter Filled Ornaments. We get a lots of email from customers who want to try this and Sarah is ready to show you how! Here's a suggestion, try this with one of our blends or make a Glitter Blend yourself! This is another great way to show off your glitter collection! Thanks Sarah for a great video!
Ok, here is a shop that you really want to discover. It's really fabulous, for more than just their Glitter! :)
All kinds of lovely, unusual, candy-colored, crafty supplies. It's a crafter's paradise!! Here are just some of the goodies you can find in this sweet shop: pom pom trim, ribbon, lace, fabric, berry beads, satin embellishments, stationary, german glass glitter, home decor and much more!
Any blog post that contains the phase "I recently acquired a small vial of silver glass glitter" is going to get my attention! Today from the blog Oodles and Ooles we have the rest of the story and some great (and cute) glittery birds to enjoy! Make sure to scroll down the page to see all the good stuff!
"I recently acquired a small vial of silver glass glitter and proceeded to see how quickly I could use it. Soon I had glittered a number of things, and there was a faint trail of glitter throughout the house."
For anyone who does not know of Miss Mustard Seed, she publishes a extremely successful blog and runs home interior design business for DIY'ers. She has been a customer for years and has always done a wonderful job of referring customers to us who follow her blog projects (where she uses a blend of 70 and 90 Grit Glitter on her designs - very cool) And on of that, now we are sponsors of her blog as well! (very proud of that as well!)
To see what she has published on Glass Glitter, just click here.
We were also really proud to be featured in one (maybe two) of her videos, which you can see below: