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I bought the frosted lace stickles because I heard that it was the color that was the truest white. That is true, and it is a little less translucent than the others as well, which gives it its white (rather than clearish) look. It is also true, however, that it is less blingy than the other stickles. I guess it can be described as a more snowy look than a glittery look, which is fine as long as that is what you want/expect.
Used in this project: O Holy Night Advent Calendar (view 1)
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.
This was my shot in the dark. I couldn’t find anyone who talked about it, so I went by the name.
Frosted Lace is nothing like the other high glitz Stickles I reviewed. It looks like translucent glue with bubbles coming out of the bottle. When it dries it almost have micro-pores like those thin, flexible sheets of white foam. Sound weird? Trust me, it’s beyond cool. It very much reads foam, froth, delicate lace, a dusting of snow, fur trim, foam on a coffee drink.
Glitter? Nope. Texture? Yes. Opaque white? Not quite -- it’s not gesso or white paint, but even over black it holds it’s own.
If you want glitter, this is not the Stickles for you. If you want textured white-ish accents, this is a very good choice. Very much an unexpected find.
I have immediately become addicted to this. I previously had a frosted glitter glue but it picked up too many other surrounding colours, this picks up none. It's just a pure beautfiul white glow, an absolute must for any Christmas Layouts.'
Very easy to use and flows beautifully if writing with it, also forms perfect little dots as an embellishment on parts of flowers etc. When spread with a brush you can make a flower just pop right off the page...absolutely recommend this 100%, and I'd say order early because once word gets around about this wonderful product I'm sure it will sell out quickly.
Used in this project: Catch A Wave
i got my stickles,frosted lace.and used it on the bear card that i made for my hubby.it is just wonderful,and so shinny .verry easy to use and it does not take long to dry.i think that is what i love the most. i just received three more the other day and can;t wait to use those,trying to think up something for a man ;s card on his brithday i received lime green,silver,and pink. can not wait to get more colors to use.i love the glitter. try it i think you will love it.
Used in this project: help your self
This product that I use and rely HEAVILY upon
TO BRING LIFE & POP to every card I send out, is becoming harder to
acquire now that most local craft store no longer carry.
BIG THANKS to YOU for having this available and at affordable cost, so that I
can continue sending Cheer and Glee in my use of this AWESOME product.
It's a Little item, that delivers big on Accentuating the positive.
This glitter glue is gorgeous! I have already bought 10 more colors because it adds the best bling to any page..You can use it on anything and it dries very well. It is easy to apply because of the thin applicator tip and for the cost it can't be beat!
Used in this project: Lovely
I have tried other brands of glitter glue in the past and had to throw them away. Then I tried a friend's bottle and fell in love with this product. I have used it in centers of flowers for that spark, on chipboard letters either outlining or to make a pattern and also to dab around on a LO. It is well worth the money for this product and you will not be disappointed at all. I want them all!!!
This is different from my other 'clear/white' Stickles - this one has more of a matte finish, but is totally beautiful in it's own special way. I already had a pastel blue & a pastel pink that have the 'matte' type look, so this fits in with those colors perfectly!
I use this color of stickles all the time. There are several "whites" of stickles, but some have yellow undertones, some blue, etc. This one is a pure white and is more opaque than the others. I can't function without Frosted Lace on hand!
Used in this project: December Snow
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