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Brutus Monroe - Glitter Glaze - Scarlet

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Brutus Monroe - Glitter Glaze - Scarlet

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This Scarlet Glitter Glaze is from Brutus Monroe. This glaze is going to add deep, rich, red color, shine, and sparkle to your holiday projects. This Glitter Glaze works beautifully with stencils and a palette knife. You can also use this glaze with screens. Be sure to fully mix your glitter glaze before usin...  Full Description & Details
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This Scarlet Glitter Glaze is from Brutus Monroe. This glaze is going to add deep, rich, red color, shine, and sparkle to your holiday projects. This Glitter Glaze works beautifully with stencils and a palette knife. You can also use this glaze with screens. Be sure to fully mix your glitter glaze before using it so when it dries it will not flake or fall off of your projects. This Glitter Glaze works on many different surfaces such as paper, glass, ceramic, wood, metal, and fabrics. This jar contains 2 ounces of Glitter Glaze. This Glitter Glaze can be used for cards, scrapbook pages, tags, and other paper crafting and mixed media projects. 

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2 fl. Oz
SKU
bmp-bru6707
UPC
705669306707
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  • Beautiful product. Is there some kind of tool with a blunt end that would allow you to add just dots of this product?   By: connieandray546 (12-Jan-24) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Hello, this glitter glaze is primarily used on backgrounds and the most common technique is using a pallet knife to spread it. We think the best tool to make dots would be to transfer some or all to an empty bottle with a fine-tip nozzle. By: Scrapbook.com (17-Jan-24) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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