I am so in love with these Stickles products! They dry incredibly fast, just like everyone says and the glitter is very fine yet sparkly. The way the nozzle is shaped is so helpful to get into small spaces and to outline & accent.
I have used this cotton candy color on a lot of projects I've just made recently and I can say it is a very pretty shade. It's not a "fluorescent" shade like it looks in the picture. It's a beautiful soft shimmery baby pink.
Watch out because Stickles are very addictive, once you use them on one project you want to use them on everything you make! You can't beat the price either here on Scrapbook.com
Used in this layout: beach beauty pg.2
Love this stuff! I used the cotton candy pink on a LO recently and it really added a lot of glittery demension, and texture to my page. The tiny tip on the bottle gives you the control to put stickles in tight spots, and they don't take forever to dry!
I used them for borders that look alot like embossing without all the work!
Used in this layout: Sweet Scents of Summer
I am just smitten with these little gems. I create a lot of flowers of my own for embellishments on page layouts as well as for cards, and home decor.
My favorite use is to add a bit of shimmer on a flower so it looks as if there is some morning dew on the petals. I bought so many great clors but want them all!
Cotton Candy Stickles is very light in color but it does show up beautifully on most papers, or what ever you are stickling!! It is great for cards, layouts and many other paper projects, especially if you do alot of pink/girl themed work! I highly recommend adding Cotton Candy Stickles to your stash!!
Used in this layout: Summer 07
I have recently discovered stickles and love them to death! They are so fun to use and versitle. I wanted to comment that the cotton candy stickles is more of a baby pink, not a bright pink as it appears here. I saw it in real life and decided to pick it up. It is a perfect pastel pink color!
Used in this layout: Girly Girl
A little glitter glue adds so much sparkle to cards and layouts! When you think "this needs something to make it look better/finished" try some glitter glue. You don't need much so this small bottle will last a long time. The only downside: you have to let it dry for 20 minutes or so.
These are perfect for adding that little bit of oomph to your layouts and cards. I went from using regular glitter glue, which was a lot thicker and runny, to Stickles and the difference in my layouts is just amazing. Hurry up and collect every color
Used in this scraproom: Stickles Storage
i love the cotton candy pink it is easy to use and i recomned it, really pretty on layouts and card's. i am on my second bottle and will need more, i love stickles. if you haven't used it try it.
Used in this card: it's a girl 2008-outside front
I don't know how I made it without these. I was doing it the old fashioned way, gluing, then sprinkling on the glitter....no more!! These apply so easy and add just enough sparkle to make your project pop.
This pink is much softer than the photo of the bottle. It is a great girly pink. I love it. It is worth the money.
Used in this layout: My niece Ava on Christmas Eve 2007
I love Stickles – they add shine and visual interest to a project so quickly and effortlessly! Just look at my previous reviews to see all my raves! So to be honest, I have to say this is not my favorite shade. As some stated, this is a pretty baby pink, not the bright color seen online, which is fine for me. But this just does not have the sparkle quality that other shades have, it is a more subtle shimmer with this one. It is a pleasant-looking product – pink is arguably my favorite color in life! - and I am sure I will use it one day in the future and rave up and down about it! But right now, I do not reach for this that much.
I purchased several Stickles bottles in one order, never knowing how this product would turn out. I love all othe colors and it's effects on how it makes a bland l/o or card just pop, my only negative comment, is the the narrow nozzle gets plugged easily, so keep a safety pin or needle on hand to clear it out (that's why it got a four star rating). I normally work on a page and have it lay out overnight to ensure that it's completely dry. It really makes all the difference if you like glitter and bling.
I bought some other colors that come out better. This pink looks bright but comes out quite light colored, especially if you're trying to do a monochoromatic LO. It still deposits alot of glittery color but you need a black or white background to really get the color effect.
Used in this layout: Wind Beneath my Wings
The stickles in general are my favorite product to use, but when I ordered this one I thought it was brighter than in person. The pic makes it look like it is bright pink but the actual bottle is a baby pink. much lighter.
Used in this image: You are so special ( Cupcake )
for those who have not used stickles yet you really need to! they add that missing touch to a LO. use a lil for affects and alot for some serious bling! But a word of warning...Add stickles as last step to LO creation. i can not tell you how many times I applied it only to have my hand smear it.
I got it at A.C.Moore store to avoid shipping fee.It came with Lilac and Stardust colors as a set,for $3.49, I also used a coupon.The color in this web picture is misleading-it is actually more like a soft baby pink color with sparks in it,and not a glamour pink color.