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!
Another one of our fun videos. Making these videos are really new to us and I really need your comments (good and bad!) Too long? Too boring? Too Glittery?
In this video we are highlighting our great collection of Glitter Shakers! both to highlight what we have in our store, but also to give you tons of great ideas on how you could store and show off your Glass Glitter!
In this video we tackle one of those most asked questions about our glitter..... Will it cut me? Well, see our dare devil presenter dive head first into a bowl of glitter, only to emerge sparkly, shiny but without any glass glitter pokes! (Ok, so I put my hand into a bowl of glitter, it is almost the same thing). What you will learn in this video is how Glass Glitter is formed to create different grain sizes (Grits) and which grain size will be right for your project.
Bonus footage (see a blend of 70 and 90 grit created in front of your eyes).... Wooo! Exciting!
This is the fist of our videos, so please give us your comments. We can do more of these if you like them. So, please share, comment and let your friends know!
This is part two of the Custom Crops Video on German Glass Glitter. Not only is the project great with very clear step-by-step instructions, but it also provide tons of great information about using German Glass Glitter on your next project!
A very nice video that is great for crafters who are just getting into using German Glass Glitter. If you want to know why German Glass Glitter is better and how far our 1 oz packages can go (a long way). Thanks Custom Crops for a great tutorial!
One thing all Movie Critics agree on, this is the must see movie of the year! Specially around the 3.5 minute mark, where Ms Mustard explains how Meyer Glitters are the best around! (Ok, the rest of it is really, really good as well) We love it, just love it!