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Martha Stewart Crafts Fine Glitter, Fire Opal, 1-1/2 Ounces

Martha Stewart Crafts Fine Glitter, Fire Opal, 1-1/2 Ounces
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Martha Stewart Crafts Fine Glitter, Fire Opal, 1-1/2 Ounces

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Fine Glitter .2mm Fire Opal 1-1/2 Ounces. Give your crafts a sophisticated sparkle with our fine, powdery glitter. It's perfect for hand lettering and other intricate projects, or for adding luster to a surface. Use it to fill in spaces between larger particles such as beads, sequins or rhinestones on a surface. This distinctive color was created by blending two carefully chosen hues. 1-1/2 ounces (42-1/2g)

  • Create meaningful memories by hand with innovative crafting essentials from lifestyle expert Martha Stewart

  • In each product you?ll find the quality, thoughtful attention to detail, and how-to expertise that?s reflective of Martha?s signature style

  • Perfect for hand lettering and other intricate projects

Product Details:
Product Length: 1.7 inches
Product Width: 1.7 inches
Product Height: 3.1 inches
Package Length: 3.0 inches
Package Width: 1.6 inches
Package Height: 1.0 inches
Package Weight: 0.25 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 21 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:5.0 ( 21 customer reviews )
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12 of 12 found the following review helpful:

4Color is actually white gold  Aug 24, 2012
By Sophie's Mama
I bought this glitter thinking it would be a little more gold in color because the color in the picture looked gold. When I received it, I was a bit upset at first because it looked completely silver. I thought I received the wrong color. After I opened it up and looked at it against the light, I realized that it had a slight (very slight) tinge of gold in the silver. So literally, the color is "white" gold like when you buy white gold jewelry, it appears silver. It's a very pretty color, but don't let the picture fool you into thinking it will look more gold than it actually is.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5I love this glitter color  May 02, 2013
By Shala Kerrigan "Glitter it and call it art."
I have a lot of Martha Stewart glitter because I love the jewel inspired colors, the size of the fine glitter and the sparkle. This one is lighter green that looks very nice for both spring leaves and for a change from the bright green that's typical for Christmas.
It's very fine and this size jar holds enough for a lot of projects because it does cover well. I've used it with PVA glue (white glue types), acrylic paint (when it's wet), E-6000, Mod Podge and sprinkled on wet nail polish then sealed with a top coat, the color has been stable in those applications. A coat of acrylic spray or Mod Podge seals it well and only cuts the shine by a little bit.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

4Color Is Different  Dec 11, 2012
By BamaLady
I gave this four stars because I like Martha Stewart's Fine Glitter, but this color is different from the picture. The picture shows more of an orange based red, which is what I wanted. The actual glitter has more of a blue base. It's pretty, but it's definitely different.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5Very good glitter  Nov 07, 2011
By Mike&Jo
I use a lot of Martha Stewart glitters. More expensive but worth the price when it comes to quality. The color of this glitter is like blood red and reflects beautifully! Last long, you don't need much.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5A little goes a LONG way!  Oct 16, 2011
By M. Jones
I got some of this to cover a pair of my toddler's shoes for Halloween. I bought 3 bottles because online, I couldn't really gauge how much there was and having never "glitterized" any shoes, I had no idea how much I'd need. But after doing both shoes, and allowing all the excess to fall onto a piece of paper, which I then returned to the bottle, the bottle was still nearly full. I honestly could barely tell that any had been used at all! So don't go crazy with buying too much. I am now faced with having gold glitter in my home, and probably in frequent use, until my kid is 25 years old. Also, as with all glitter, it gets everywhere. But I have to say the fine grain of this glitter worked very well for glitter-ing the shoes (I put it on with rubber cement). One other thing -- I ordered 3 bottles but the seller felt the need to send me one bottle in one package and 2 in another, even tho they'd all have fit in one. I better not have been charged twice for shipping....

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