Martha Stewart Crafts Glittering Trays And Brush
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23 of 23 found the following review helpful:
Not As Advertised... Feb 18, 2011
The package had 3 trays (not 6 as described in the product features section) and the trays are disposable. I had expected them to be a permanent plastic material. The top-side is a smooth finish cardboard and the bottom is visibly pressed (maybe recycled?) cardboard. If I use the brush provided, I know it will quickly roughen the surface and the trays will quickly become unusable for fine materials such as glitter. Some may think this is a "green" solution but I would prefer a permanent tray so I don't add to the landfill.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Stick to paper plates Nov 07, 2011
Not worth the price. I thought the trays would be more durable but they are disposable. Might as well just use paper plates or card stock funnels. Disappointing.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Terrible! Jan 06, 2012
I am a huge fan of most of Martha Stewart products in the crafting category, but these glitter trays are awful! You can pretty much expect to use each tray only once, which was pretty pointless since I can do the same thing with a piece of tin foil. And the brush included only picks up glitter and you still have to shake it out, losing what you intended on putting back into the container. Very disappointed.
Cardboard trays Jun 07, 2013
I was expecting a plastic tray. These are made of some sort of cardboard. They will work but, they are disposable. Also the end where you take the glitter to pour it back in the jar is not formed enough so you end up spilling some. I would not purchase these again. The people selling them should say they are disposable!!!