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Extreme Glitter from FolkArt

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Extreme Glitter from FolkArtFolkArt® Extreme Glitter

Gifted by Plaid
www.PlaidOnline.com

Review by Maria Nerius

I was lucky enough to walk the Craft & Hobby Association’s Winter 2009 tradeshow. As I walked by the Plaid booth the Extreme Glitter display catch my eye. This product is cool. It adds sparkle and glitz to any art or craft project. There are 11 colors: gold, silver, rose, red, orange, peridot, turquoise, purple, black, and hologram. The testing team loved the results they got with Extreme Glitter. You brush the medium onto wood, papier mache, terra cotta and most porous surfaces. You can brush on the glitter over paint to enhance and highlight. The product is only for decorative purposes on ceramics since it is not dishwater safe. Extreme Glitter is water-based and nontoxic. It flows smoothly as you brush it on. The shimmer as light reflects off of it is a lovely effect.

Testing Feedback

  • Easy to clean up. Just soap and water for hands, brush, and work area.
  • Colors are just awesome and well coordinated. Thank goodness there is a purple.
  • Nice finishing touch for cardmaking, collage, altered art, painting, and other projects.
  • You have to see the glitter to really get the wow factor of this product and it doesn’t leave your project stiff.
  • Nice packaging and 5 oz. is very generous. The container gives a good airtight seal.
  • I liked that I could layer the glitter medium. For some projects I wanted just a touch of sparkle and for others I wanted full-on glitz


 

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If I win I will put in wonderful hands. : )

I would really like to try this.I was wonderin if this could be used on material as well?

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