Article Courtesy Scrapjazz.com: by Patricia Folchert
Product Name: Stickles Glitter Glue by Ranger Ink
Stickles Glitter Glue comes in a handy 0.5 oz. bottle with an easy flow tip. It is acid-free, non-toxic and non-settling. In addition it is easily washable with water. Stickles is currently available in a total of 82 different colors and 3 different types. That includes special designer color lines by Tim Holtz and Suzie Weinburg. Stickles is used on all types of crafts including rubber-stamped designs, scrapbook layouts, greeting cards, letters, envelopes, holiday and party decorations, etc.
Some of the biggest names in scrapbooking are using this product with great results. After seeing what they did with it, I just had to give it a try. I was pleased with the outcome; there are several benefits of using this product.
Possibly the best benefit is the low cost. I have to say this is the absolute cheapest way to add bling to any project. Another benefit is the variety of colors. With 82 choices you can find one to match every project. Another feature I love is the added dimension; adding a little 3D to your project is just good fun. Lastly is the pure pizazz factor, because the glitter adds just the right touch of bling.
There are only two challenges that I encountered with this product. First is the learning curve, as it does require a little practice and a steady hand. Second is the need for drying time. This could possibly be eliminated by a heat gun, but be prepared to build in a little extra time for the paint to set.
In conclusion, I would certainly recommend this product. Consider these to be little bottles of affordable rainbow bling overflowing with countless possibilities.
Snow Baby layout by Patricia Folchert
I used the Stickles to add glitter to the detail-cut snowflakes.
Santa’s Tag gift pack designed by Jill Yegerlehner
Jill designed this cute gift pack and I added the red and white Stickles for extra emphasis.
Bicycle Cutout Card by Patricia Folchert
This all-occasion card using BoBunny Sun Kissed paper was enhanced with dots of Stickles.
Happy Holidays Card designed by Jill Yegerlehner
Jill stamped this design on cardstock and then added Stickles to the snowflakes for extra pizazz.
Article Project Supplies:
BoBunny/Double Dot Ribbon
Coredinations/Red & White Cardstock
Fancy Pants/ Christmas Magic-Silver Snow
Jillibean Soup/Gray Soup Staples
Jillibean Soup/Red Soup Staples
Jillibean Soup/Kraft Cardstock
Unity/Jillibean Stamps- Snowflakes Fall From Heaven
brown gingham ribbon
brown organdy ribbon
brown stamp ink
green stamp ink