Sunday, May 17, 2009

Our First Post!

It is so exciting to be writing our first post. We have so many fun things planned for you I can't wait to get started!

I'd like to start with a picture of our buildings.


We are located in historical Old Town Cottonwood, Arizona. Just 12 miles southwest of Sedona, Arizona. If you haven't been to visit us you are missing a wonderful sight! And I'm not just talking about the Red Rock of Sedona, I'm talking about the sparkle in our retail shop where you can see every single product up close and personal. And what is that above the doors? Let's get a closer look...


That is a glittered color wheel, because color is what we are all about. And can you tell what is on the door?


Yes, it's glitter, what else would you expect? Hand glittered in rainbow colors by Barbara Trombley herself (and a couple of helpers!). It is truly a sight to see.

Next is the sign on our door.

Beauty at its fullest. Designed by our in-house artist Debrey, this sign was going to go into a local hotel, but we loved it too much and kept it for ourselves!

We have so much more to come. I invite you to visit our website: www.artglitter.com and join our email list so we can keep you up to date with the latest in the Glitter Kingdom!

11 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the blog! I will definitely be a follower. Love your product - it's the only glitter I use!

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  2. Welcome to Blogland!

    I love your German glass glitter. It adds such a magical spark to my crowns and tiaras.


    ~ Gabriela ~

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  3. Well, congrats on your new blog, it looks great so far!! I JUST finished a post on my blog mentioning Art Glitter! I then checked my mail, and the notification for your new blog was at the top of my inbox! Of course I had to come see, I'm nosy that way! I love Art Glitter, and you guys send a lot of traffic my way by posting my work-thanks so much for that!!

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  4. Congratulations on your blog! :)

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  5. Yippeeeeee! You started a blog! What inspiration you must have being so close to Sedona! Wow! But seriously, what did you use to adhere the glitter to the door? It is spectacular! It looks like a huge piece of Raku pottery. Just from that, you have set my imagination spinning.

    Cindy Key

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  6. Thank you so much for starting this blog! I really loved the introduction, actually showing us your building. Since I live in FL, it's only a dream now to be able to visit you, but now I feel like I've almost been there! The door is fabulous. How is it weather/water proofed? And I love the sign, can see why you'd want to keep it!
    ~Jaime

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  7. Wow! I just found you. I've not done much glittering, but plan to start! Look forward to being here with you.

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  8. Thank you all for the wonderful comments. To answer your door questions...it is rainbow glittered with our Fabric Dries Clear adhesive which will heat cure (become washable, weather proof) naturally in the sun over 2 weeks. Pretty great stuff!

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  9. I just found this blog. How exciting!! I'm over here in Gilbet...and I'm thinkin' I should come up and visit!! :)

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  10. We would love to see you Lori, and you will love our store!

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