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 here!
Contents: One bottle of Stickles Glitter Glue by Ranger Ink in Diamond
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
There are several Stickles out there that look white online, so I hope to help others discern the differences. This is a sparkly almost-clear, some people think it is clear but to me, this has definite, warm gold flecks shining forth. Which is fantastic and beautiful! But just want you to know how this color comes across for me, I tend to turn to other “white” Stickles when sticking to a cooler palette (like Crystal, which has predominantly blue/green reflections, or Icicle, which also has a lot of gold in it but many other colors too… Stardust is the next “white” one on my wishlist!). But do NOT get me wrong, there are times when this sparkly subtley goldish almost-clear is just what my project needs so woohoo Ranger for offering so many lovely variations on what looks merely “white” online!
Used in this layout: Nobody Leaves This Place Without Singing Karaoke
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.
Diamond is the hottest Stickles I tested. The red is prominent. The other colors are red/gold, gold, and the rare speck of green. Because of this temperature Diamond seems to have the most pop and excitement. That said, the red not the primary red you would expect, the glitter makes sure it is not flat, and the gold pushes the red a tiny-tiny bit into orange. Much like the flame in a fireplace, Diamond dances between these hot colors.
If you want the most bling for your buck, Diamond would be a good choice. But delicate sparkle this is not.
I recently took the plunge and purchased my first stickles product and this was it! I wanted something that was versatile when it came to colour schemes and didn't want to buy millions of stickles without trying them myself first! So i choose 'diamond' as it seemed to be an almost clear coloured stickle. I was right, it's colourless with crystal sparkly glitter so it can be used on so many colour schemes. It dries fast and looks perfect on coloured papers too thanks to it being clear it soaks up the colour thats showing underneath it! The small nozzle is great too as it means you can be really precise about where you want it! I will deffinately be investing in more stickles!!
Used in this layout: Joshua-Harry 9 Months Old
I have tried many glitter glues over time and found them all to be EXTREMELY messy. This one though has them all beat hands down. Meet Ranger ind. "Stickles". They come in an amazing range of colors and are so easy to apply and use. The applicator is a very fine tip and you can place this in extremely thin lines or dots and you do not have to worry about it running or spreading out across your project it stays where you put it! The drying time is about 30 minute to touch, but I leave my projects out about 1 1/2 hours and they are completely dry to the touch. DO NOT HEAT DRY THIS!!! I have found it "will not" speed up dyring time and turns the product Tacky. So the next time you want to bling it up just remember "Sitckles".
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 diamond color on a lot of projects I've just made recently and I can say it is such a versatile "prismy" like color. You can highlight any color on your project you want to bring out yet its not a dull "clear" either.
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
If you're new to stickles, then this is the one to go for! I love ALL stickles, but this was one of the first I bought, and I've had at least two. It generally dries to match the colour of whatever is underneath it, and the only exception to this is when you put it on black - when it dries to a gold colour for some reason. The gold wasnt what I wanted but by then it was too late, and no one said anything bad when I posted the lo, so I think I got away with it!
Just get one of these and try it out - its so much fun!
Used in this layout: My photographer son!
Stickles are unquestionably the best glitter glue I've tried, and Diamond is my new favorite color. I wanted something with very little "color" but lots of sparkle, for some snowflakes. Of the ones I tried, Diamond definitely gave me the look I was going for. (Stardust and Icicle were both fine, but both had a little too much "blue" in them for this particular project.)
I love this glitter glue! it picks up the color underneath, and will look more orange or blue in color, whatever color is the underneath that you are using. The sparkle is very vibrant. The difference between the diamond and the stardust are not noticeable unless you are using it on white. The stardust has a more pinkish sparkle to it. Where as the diamond Stickles sparkle is a clearer diamond look. Both are gorgeous.
The tip of the bottle is perfect for getting in any areas with out over spillage. You can even do tiny dots perfectly.
I think this is one of my favorite colors in the line. All of the "white" colors in the line have a slight color tinge/sparkle except that this one; it's the closest to clear/pure white. One of my favorite things to do with any color stickles is to outline die cuts with them to help them stand out even more. For added pop, I layer the color: match the cardstock of the die to the Stickles color. Always shake the Stickles well to avoid clumping in the nozzle. If you do get a clog, use a straight pin stuck down the nozzle to unclog.
Used in this image: butterflies
I am a beginner crafter. I like the looks of the subtle use of glitter, but hates the messiness of working with glitter. Even if extremely careful, glitter seems to go everywhere, hanging around for months, if not years, in the oddest places. I gave up using it years ago during my prior sad attempts at papercrafting.
OMG, I adore this glitter glue !
I was so happy I ordered this on a whim! I had seen others using it in some YouTube videos but wasn't sure it was the thing for me due to my abhorring working with glitter. While using it on my first attempts to make cards to jazz up Christmas cards for my family, I found it so easy to work with.
I love the fact that the bottles are small and fit easily into my hand and doesn't require a lot of pressure to squeeze out the glitter glue. The tip is small and allows for slow and easy precision when adding as an embellishment.
I love this product so much that I will be ordering other colors in the future to add to the Christmas colors I already purchased.
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