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Welcome to the sparkly, glittery world of Stickles! This amazing glitter glue is perfect for handwriting in a glittery flourish, drawing, or adding intricate details and shapes to your work of art - shop all colors of Stickles!
Contents: One bottle of Stickles Glitter Glue by Ranger Ink in Crystal
Size: 0.5 oz. (15ml) bottle
How to Use Stickles:
Ideas of what you can use Stickles for:
You won't be able to contain your sparkly excitement over the range of colors and uses for Stickles! And when your collection of Stickles Glitter Glues need a place to call home, try this ColorCase (sold separately) to beautifully store 10 0.5 oz bottles of Stickles!
Number of pieces: 1
Recommended by Tim Holtz
This was the first color Stickles I bought and it remains my favorite! I like that I can use it over various colors of cardstock as an accent. Since the base color shines through, its really an accent and doesn't change what I am trying to bring out in the paper, be it a design or a stamp!
Used in this project: Baby's Firsts / Just-Add-Pics
I was kinda “late” trying out Stickles. By the time I explored them, I already knew a few full blown addicts, LOL. Now I see what all the fuss is about, as these rock! They add just the right touch of sparkle when you need some extra oomph but don’t want to opt for additional embellishments. You might’ve noticed that there are several white Stickles available in the Superstore; search around & you’ll find explanations of the differences among them in people’s galleries/threads. This particular color, Crystal, offers a cool glittery look that’s diamond-like in that there are bits of multiple color reflected in it – blue, green, pink. It picks up what colors are around it too but it definitely has hints of its own color particles, which I absolute LOVE! I’ve already purchased a 2nd bottle so that I’m not without this when I run out. Yes this takes a while for Stickles to dry, but your patience will be well worth it. I am swooning for this stuff!
Used in this project: New Year 2010 ATC
I used this on my Millard Fillmore Birthday Card. I love the product because it's so easy to use and control the amount that comes out. I picked this color to fill in the white stripes of the flag. I should've paid closer attention because Crystal isn't a pure white, there is some pink glitter in it, not a lot, but enough to pick up the red in my card and make the stripe look slightly pink in person.
These "clear" Stickles are so difficult to tell apart! I finally just bought a bunch so I can review them for everyone. I tested on 5 different blacks ranging from acrylic paint to glossy magazine paper. Your results may vary.
Crystal is mostly green glitter with some green/gold and the rare fleck of red/gold. This Stickles has very cool tones in spite of the gold, and very much not chartreuse (yellow-green) or teal. Because of the sparkle it is not comparable to most flat colors but I would say a spring green would be close.
What keeps Crystal from being just green glitter is that gold. The bounce back and forth from the two is very lively. It has plenty of character even without being tipped back and forth.
Crystal may be the best choice for people who do lots of plant related work like flowers, leaves, garden fairies, and the like. The variety of greens that I tried it one worked very well.
For a "clear" colored stickles, this color really looks good on EVERYTHING! Designs on the page, embellishments, flowers, chipboard.. or just plain old doodling!! It adds a nice sparkly touch with just a hint of Crystal like shine! Perfect for any page!
Used in this project: Mother's Day card
I'm not into bling, but I thought I better try Stickles since it's all the craze right now. I used it on a winter page and WOW did it add a lot! It's so easy to use, and the tip is narrower than other glitter glue tips so you get a beautiful thin line. If the bottle gets clogged take thin pin and poke through the nozzle. This is a really great color too--although there's a slight purple tint to it that you can't tell from the picture. It would be great on winter pages, girl pages, or anything where you just want a little sparkle.
Used in this project: princesses and pj's
I used Crystal Stickles to add some sparkle to my Bring it on! layout. The glitter in crystal reminds me of the colors in bubbles - irridiscent pale green, blue, and lavendar. The glue is very easy to control and dried much more quickly than I expected.
Used in this project: Cupcake birthday card
I know its hard to find a favorite stickles color but for me its the Crystal. It has a very vibrant sparkle to it and seems to be more colorful in a light sort of way. I put a line of marker on paper say green and cover it with the Crystal Stickles and it make the green just pop off the page, its my fav I use it on everything!
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