Thursday, May 31, 2012

Upcoming Challenge and Promotion

This sample of the Double Glitter Technique is by Dreamweaver Stencils artist Georgia Sommers! (

 Dreamweaver Stencils/Art Glitter Cross Promotion
We are pairing up with this wonderful company to show you how Art Glitter can be used with these beautiful and detailed stencils. All of our designers will be using the Double Glitter Technique! Make sure and check out Dreamweaver Designers every Thursday!

You can find all their designers at

Make sure and play along all month with this fun challenge. Make sure and LINK to the Dreamweaver Blog to be eligible for 1 of 4 prize packages featuring stencils and glitter! You may even get your creation featured on Art Glitters' Blog!

Hope everyone will play along with this fun challenge. If you don't know how to do the Double Glitter Technique please head over to to see Lynell Harlow demonstrate.

Also for the month of June Art Glitter is selling all 1 oz jars of glitter for $5.98 regular price $7.32! Hope even if you don't play along with the challenge you will take advantage of the great price of glitter in June!

Happy Creating

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Glitter Creativity “On The Edge” by Sherri Reehil-Welser

I love to embellish anything and everything with beautiful glitter and then I decided I would embellish paper edges with the simple and pretty touch of glitter! The way the light dances off the glitter creates such a special look and adding it to the edges of my journal/doodle pages was a very interesting way to add some glam to the pages!

I started this fun project with Art Glitter, Designer Dries Clear Adhesive and some of my doodle pages! You can also do this on art journal pages, handmade cards, gift tags and even business cards that you want to add a special touch to. There are endless ways to add that special touch of sparkle onto your paper projects!

After you have gathered your items, pour a line of Designer Dries Clear adhesive and a line of Art Glitter on a scrap piece of paper. This is for dipping the edges of the paper into

Once you have dipped them in the Designer Dries Clear adhesive (try dipping on an angle for a geometric design too) then dip the edges into the Art Glitter. Set on a flat area to dry when finished.

If using a fine glitter, multiple layers can be dipped over each other at angles, creating pretty colored layer effects.

This is a simple but beautiful way to add a bit of sparkle to any paper art project.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Glittered Canvas Brooch by Linda!

Hello! Linda here with my first design team post for Art Glitter – a sparkly glittered canvas brooch. It’s so easy to make and you’ll love hearing all the compliments you get when you wear it!

 Start by gathering your supplies. I used Art Institute Pink Cameo Vintage Glass Glitter and Copper Canyon Opaque Ultrafine, Claudine Hellmuth’s Studio Sticky-Back Canvas, a brayer, non-stick craft sheet, Grungeboard, Tattered Floral Alterations Sizzix Die, scrap white tulle and organza, walnut spray (I use crystals to make my own spray), copy paper, a button and a needle threaded with strong quilt or carpet thread, a tie pin and thimble.
I cut the sticky-back canvas with the Tattered Floral die twice (so I have two of each flower on the die). Next I cut six sets of flowers from the tulle and four sets using from the organza; this is done easily by folding over the fabric and cutting several layers at once. Cut one larger flower from the Grungeboard. 
I spritz the canvas flowers with the walnut spray and set aside to dry. I could use a color spray – it’s just to give the canvas side of the flower some color – but prefer the vintage look.
When my flowers are dry I peel off the backing (one flower at a time) and place the flower sticky-side up on a piece of copy paper.
I then spread a generous amount of Pink Cameo Vintage Glass Glitter over the sticky flower and use the brayer to really set the glitter into the canvas. I tap the excess glitter off and put it back in its container. I repeat these steps until I have coated one complete set of flowers and I set them aside. Now I repeat those steps with my second glitter color, completing my second set of glittered flowers and set them aside.
I stab my button through the button holes with my tweezers to so I get a good hold on it. I spread a thin coat of Designer Dries Clear over my button and dip it into the Pink Cameo Vintage Glass Glitter and set it aside to dry while I assemble my glittered canvas brooch.
I draw a thin line of Designer Dries Clear (I always, always use the fine tip with my DDC) just inside the outer edges of the grunge board flower and glue one of the large glittered flowers to it – glitter side up and press to secure. Then I pierce a hole in the center of this piece with a piercing tool and insert the stick part of the tie tack through the glittered side first so the pin comes out on the grunge board side. I add a small drop or two of DDC to secure it in place and give it a pinch so the glue sets securely.  

Now the fun begins as I layer the flowers (canvas, tulle and organza) on top of this bottom piece in any order I want – I ran largest to smallest and alternated glitter colors, twisting flowers slightly so petals overlap and fill in the gaps.
I use my needle and thread to attach the button to the center, sewing through all layers and grunge board to secure. I find a thimble really helps here. I stitch through the layers at least three times, pull the thread securely and tie off on the bottom. I casually fluff the layers with my fingers so they have a little lift and definition. They layers will naturally fluff out more with wear and start to look really time worn and very cool!
I prefer to wear my glittered canvas brooches on jean jackets (the colors really pop on the denim background) and I always get compliments on them. They’re so fun and easy to make and they can easily be converted to fit headbands, wrist cuffs or ponytail holders. The glitter really adds depth and color to the brooches which shows through the layers of tulle and organza for a sparkly shabby chic look!

Posted by Linda Neff,

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Headband Fun with Cherie Goyer

I am so excited to be sharing this project with Art Glitter today! I have an obsession, with a certain type of hair accessory. It is such a big deal, that I can’t live without it, and people RARELY see me without this in my hair.

It is a headband!

My favorite headbands are glitter ones. I had this totally awesome one, that one day, fell off my head and my friend accidentally stepped on it and it broke. It was a really sad day. BUT – the glitter headband has now returned, because I figured out how to make one myself, and I know there will be many more I will make in my future!

To make this amazing glittery headband was SUPER easy! What you are going to need is:
A headband form at any size, mine is 2” (You can order these online or use and old headband you no longer like, I found mine at

Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
A paintbrush
Ultrafine Opaque Hologram Glitter in #129 Nova
Clear Acrylic Spray Paint

I first coated the headband with a layer of glue and let it dry completely. Then I brushed on glue to a section of the headband and sprinkled on the glitter. I continued to do this until the entire top of the headband was coated with glitter. Shake off the excess glitter. I wanted to make sure it was fully covered, and I wanted the glitter to be thick (I am obsessed with all sparkly objects) so I did another coat of glue and glitter after it had all dried.  Plus, the hologram glitter is AMAZING! It catches the light in a completely different way! I think it adds a ton of dimension, and it extra sparkly!
Knowing that the glitter would stay, I still wanted a little extra gloss, and some weather protection (I lived in Washington, I have had my fair share of rain!) so I sprayed the headband with a clear acrylic spray paint. 
Once everything was dry, I cut a piece of felt to fit the inside of the headband and hot glued it to the inside for a lining.  And TaDa! One amazing super glittery headband!
I will tell you, that the first time I wore this headband, it was a wonderful sunny day, and people came up to me in stores telling me how much they LOVED my headband! That was the point where I think I should pass out a card with Art Glitter’s website on it, so they make their own too!

Cherie Goyer

Monday, May 21, 2012

School Days by Connie K.

This is my last post as a guest designer for Art Glitter.... thank you Emily for asking me to participate...

Since school is coming to a close in a few short weeks.... I thought a cute card for your favorite teacher that you could tuck in a gift card would be just perfect....

I loved the Graphic 45 paper collection an abc primer.... when it was released last August I could hardly wait to get my hands on it...and paired with Art Glitter makes it even more fabulous in my book!

So gather your supplies…
Ultrafine Opaque Art Glitter #79 black
Art Glitter Designer Dries Clear adhesive
French vanilla cardstock    Bazzill
Raven cardstock        Bazzill
Building blocks Graphic 45
The Three R’s Graphic 45
Vintage photo, Redlead paperworks
May Arts ribbon RG10
Xyron tape runner
scrapbook adhesives 3d foam squares
brass school house charm red lead paperworks
coats and Clark thread 8660
babylock sewing machine

Cut french vanilla cardstock  4.5 X 11 and score in the 5.5
Cut building blocks  4 3/8 X 5 3/8
Cut the three r’s 4 x 5 layer on top of the building blocks and stitch close to the edge.
Adhere a piece of the ribbon 2 inches from the lower edge... wrap to the back side and Adhere with designer dries clear adhesive.
Adhere this piece to the top of your card using a xyron tape runner.
Trim photo to 2.35 x3.25 adhere to black cardstock mat 2 3/8 X 3 3/8.
adhere at a slight angle as show in photo with tape runner.
Die cut abc from black cardstock...glitter with #79 black Art Glitter. Using Designers Dries Clear adhesive.
Adhere the letters to the lower edge of the card with 3d foam squares.
With remaining ribbon, make a small bow and tie small brass charm with natural jute twine.
Adhere charm to card and layer bow on the top....

Now you can give this to your favorite teacher and thank them for the great job they’ve done....

Saturday, May 19, 2012

April Showers Pendant by KC Eddy

Polymer Clay loves glitter and glitter loves polymer clay - and I love them both!  This is a fairly simple project that brings them both together.

Material list: 
            Black Polymer Clay
            Pearl Ex Mica Powder       
            Deep Bezel Pendant Setting
            Art Glitter Dazzlers – D20 Laurel
            Art Glitter Vintage Glass Glitter – 923 Briar Rose
            Jewelry Grade Resin – I used Lisa Pavelka Magic-Gloss
            Jewelry glue

Tools and supplies:   
            Clay Texture Stamp – I used Lisa Pavelka “Flow”
            Pasta machine or brayer
            Ceramic Tile for work surface
            Small Clay shape cutters - “cookie cutters”
            Large Soft brush – large china mop or large make-up brush
            Craft knife

1.  Begin by conditioning your clay and then either roll a piece with your pasta roller or roll with your brayer onto tile until it is an even thickness – about 1/8” thick and bigger than your bezel setting.

2.  Dip your soft brush into the Pearl Ex and then brush the area of the texture stamp until there is a light, even coating covering the area you want to use for your pendant.

3.  Lay your clay onto the texture stamp.  The mica powder will act like flour so the clay will not stick to the texture stamp.  This is a good thing, but also makes it easy to mess up your imprint if the clay moves, so hold the clay in place in one spot, with one hand, while you lightly push the clay into the texture stamp with the other hand.  Remove the clay from the texture stamp and place, design side up, on your ceramic tile.

4.  Place the bezel setting face down onto the clay in the area you want to use for you pendant.  Press lightly to mark the line of the bezel into the clay.  Remove bezel.  Use your craft knife to cut just inside this line and remove the excess clay so that all that is on the tile is the square piece that will fit into your bezel. 
5.  Use a small clay shape cutter to cut out a shape that will later be filled to create your “jewel”.  Since the stamp I used had a teardrop shape in the design, I used a teardrop shaped cutter.  Be careful when you remove the cut-out that you don’t distort the square shape on the tile.  Bake the piece, as is, according to clay manufacturer’s instructions.
6.  While the first piece is baking, re-condition the excess clay you had pulled off the tile to mix any mica powder back into the black clay.  Roll this through your pasta machine or use your brayer to again create a flat piece about 1/8” thick.  This needs to be larger than the square you made in the steps above. 

7.  When the first piece is done baking – let it cool and then carefully remove it from the clay tile.  Check that it will fit in the bezel setting.  If it is too big, you can sand it down until it fits.

8.  Place the unbaked sheet of clay on your tile.  Press the baked piece on top (design side up).  Cut around the baked piece so that you now have a double thickness and can see black clay thru the shape that you cut out in step 5.  Remove excess clay and bake this new double-layer piece.
9.  Once this piece is baked and cooled you are ready to jewel it up!  Fill the bottom of the recessed area with a layer of Art Glitter Dazzlers.  Carefully add a drop or two of resin and mix the resin and glitter.  If you are using Magic Gloss, you will need to cure this outside in the sunlight or under a UV lamp.  (Check instructions on the resin you are using.)  Once this layer is cured, add a layer of Art Glitter Vintage Glass Glitter and another drop or two of resin.  Then cure this layer.  Finish this “jewel” section with one last layer of resin.  This should dome up a little higher than the clay.  Cure this layer as well. 
My original plan was to have the piece all silver and black with just this one “jewel” in pink glitter, but then I decided it needed a little more glitz.  I added AG Dazzlers and a drop of resin to the other teardrop section in the clay pattern, and then glued some flat back Swarovski crystals in some of the other recessed areas.    

10.  To finish, glue the clay piece into the bezel setting with your favorite jewelry glue.  Add a chain or cord.

KC Eddy

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Eggshell Pin with Glitter with Trudy

Hi everyone!

True here, and I am super excited to be sharing my very first post on the Art Glitter blog with you!

I love making pins out of eggshells and love adding sparkle to them!

For this one, I made a double thick chipboard base free-hand oval, then covered it with canvas and gesso.
I covered the oval with a thick coat of Art Glitter Designer Dries Clear glue then pushed some egg shells down into it.  Then I added some crushed shells mixed with  D56 Dragonfly Dazzlers glitter, and sprinkled the mixture in between the egg shell pieces. 
I then added some ink and Glimmer Mist then sealed it with a brush-on gloss sealer. I added a pretty Prima flower and leaves but the flower needed some more pizzazz so I added some 303 Volare ultra-fine transparent glitter!

Then I added some D56 Dragonfly Dazzlers.  I still didn't have quite the look I wanted so I pulled the pinkish color from the pin to the flower with  356 Grape Nector Opaque Ultra-fine glitter.

Voila! Perfectly sprinkled flower my book anyhow!  ;)

Thanks so much for dropping by!
True :D
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Heart Pendants by Laura Drahozal

For this post, I am using Art Glitter and Globecraft Memories products to create beautiful new jewelry. I created three different pieces. The frames for each of the pieces were created the same way. I used a Globecraft Memories jewelry frame piece (not quite on the market yet--but very soon), and two or three coats of chunky embossing powder. After that, the techniques diverge a little.


1) Emboss frame with Globecraft Siam Silver. There is a filigree frame and a solid heart in a set, so emboss both.

2) Put Designer Dries Clear Glue on back of the filigree using the fine tip. Carefully place on the solid heart and let dry.

3) Fill the center filigree heart with Globecraft Glastique solution. Sprinkle with #252 Red Planet Opaque Chunky Hologram. Let dry for a little while.

4) Fill background cells with Glastique and CAREFULLY add #519 Reed Microfine Opaque Glitter. Let dry for a while.

5) When heart seems dry, repeat steps 3 and 4.

6) When the whole heart is dry, cover project with Glastique. Do a couple of coats, with drying time between each.


1) Emboss frame with a couple of coats of Globecraft Vintage Gold powder.

2) Put Designer Dries Clear on the back of the filigree using the fine tip. Carefully place heart on white tissue paper.

3) Put #903 Vintage Glass Shards in Alexandrite into the wells of the filigree.

4) Carefully add Glastique over the vintage shards. If the shards raise up, push them back down with fine tipped scissors.

5) When the Glastique dries, add another coat.

6) After the second coat dries, cover the entire thing with Glastique. Do this twice.

What I love about this technique is that the Glastique actually lifts some of the color from the shards and blends it around. This makes the piece look like stained glass. Raising the color actually lightens the project as well, so choose a darker color than you think you need.


1) For this project, I use two identical frames. These frames are embossed on one side each with Globecraft Vintage Gold embossing powder.

2) Using the fine tip and the Designer Dries Clear Glue, glue the frames, plain side down on a piece of acetate. Make sure that they are lined up with each other back to acetate to back. Wait until dry.

3) Work on only one side. Fill center heart with #911 Lapis Vintage Glass Shards and cover with Glastique.

4) After the center heart is a little dry, place #902 Kryptonite in chosen wells and cover with Glastique. Make sure that you are working on the same side.

5) When dry, fill wells with another coat of Glastique.

6) When the entire piece is dry, coat with Glastique. Do this twice.

What I love about this piece is that you can wear it on one side if you prefer things more "vintage-y" and the other side (with just the acetate) if you like something more "neat" looking. This piece is also impacted by the lifting of color from the shards. Choose a darker color than you think you need, and enjoy the stained glass look.

I really enjoyed making this simple jewelry. I like the Vintage Glass Shards versions the best, although my niece (one of my models) really wants the other piece for herself. What I particularly liked about the shards is the way that the sun glints off of them. You can really tell that they are glass, yet, with the Glastique coating, they don't scratch your skin at all.

I am enjoying being on the team and am looking forward to an entire year of pushing the edges of glittering possibilities. I will be featured on this blog again next month, but until then you can check out my blog and shine on!


Monday, May 14, 2012

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Saturday, May 12, 2012

Glitter by Numbers with Carrie

Let's get started with this GREAT project by Carrie!

Here is my take on painting (GLITTERING) by NUMBERS!
   It's just like painting, but you'll be using glue and glitter on a template instead!
Here's what you'll need:
  1. A small 4" x 6" canvas that is 7/8" deep
  2. An image that is 5.75" x 7.75" that has been pixelated or run through a similar Photoshop or Elements filter*
  3. Modge Podge
  4. Clear Gesso - Surface Prep
  5. Scissors
  6. An old small paintbrush (to use with the Modge Podge & Gesso)
  7. Glue that dries clear
  8. Lots and lots of colored glitter... preferably in different sizes and textures, but not necessary
  9. A little box to catch said ample amounts of glitter
  10. A little plastic spoon for scooping glitter (or just use a shaker bottle that comes on some glitter containers)
  11. A clean, dry paintbrush used to sweep away excess glitter from the table, canvas, your pants and the walls (yes, that has happened to me!)
*For my project, I used an image I had already painted that was sort of paint by number. I took this image into photoshop, sized it and then ran it through the "Crystallize" filter. You can also use a mosaic filter, pixelated filter etc etc. You can also use a napkin, cross stitch pattern or any other image you like, directly on the canvas. You'll just need to figure out your shading and color scheme. If you'd like to use my image, you can find it by going to: and downloading it.

Your canvas, image, gluing implements for this step and scissors.

So, to start, you'll need to cut out your image to 5.75" x 7.75" (Which is 4" x 6" with a 7/8" border on all four sides). I'm going to wrap my image around this canvas, but you don't have to. I just like the finished look better!

See how up close you can see the pixels? This will make it easier to figure out where to put your glitter colors.

Now align your image on the canvas so it's centered and even and fold the edges down a bit.

Fold the edges down and pinch the corners like so...

Cut the corners from the edge to about 7/8" in, as shown

Now get ready to make a mess with that old paintbrush!

Slather on the Modge Podge...

Then, put your image back on top and centered... Try to not get Modge Podge on the front of your image too much. If it is wet on top, it could bubble up more. I like getting the back wet and adhered FIRST, letting it dry, then putting a top coat.

Use your fingers to smooth out the bubbles and then start smoothing out the top and bottom, as shown... it's like wrapping a present!

Keep on smoothing and wrapping. Yes, your fingers will be blue at this point, but it will come off! You will be getting a little bit of the Modge Podge on the top of the image, but that's okay. We just don't want it swimming in wet adhesive right now!

It's not perfect, but it's the back! If you need more Modge Podge at this point, add some using your brush.

Voila! It's wrapped! Let dry for about an hour.

Now, you're going to coat your image with the clear surface prep Gesso. You could use Modge Podge on the top, but I prefer the grittier, not-so-glossy Gesso. I let this dry overnight, but you could let it dry for about an hour or two.

Behold... most of my glitter collection. Various colors, shapes, mediums and coarseness. Glass glitter, mylar glitter, tiny plastic or metal beads... I've got lots.

I've decided that I'm going to use 5 shades of glitter for the roses. Clear (in shards and in fine), light pink, a darker pink, a deeper magenta and then a red/magenta mix for the deepest part of the roses. Specific colors and brands are listed below. I'm using mylar and glass glitter in fine and coarse. Please use extreme caution when using glass glitter! I wear glasses and am careful not to get it on my hands and I keep the dog away from my crafting table when I'm using it! Glass glitter is amazing because it sparkles so much and has a rich, vintage feel to it. It just makes my pieces look and feel more special.

I'm starting with the lightest color. Clear glass shards on just the tips of the roses and leaves. I'm using Art Institute Glitter #901 "Krystallos" Shard Glass Glitter. I'm not using too much of this, but I want to use it first so that I can easily scoop up the "over shake" glitter and use it again without it getting mixed with any other colors. Trying to keep it pure ;) I always return the excess glitter to the jar after each colored glitter application. I also have a large paint brush reserved just for sweeping up glitter from surfaces.

Daub your glue on the lightest color pink and green areas. I'm using the Art Glitter Institute clear adhesive.

Cover with clear glitter...

Turn the canvas over and shake off the excess. I like to tap the back of the canvas with a large pen or my scissors to tap off the excess glitter back into the box.

Next, I'm going to add my lightest pink fine glass glitter. I'm using Art Institute Glitter #616 "Primrose" Fine Glass Glitter. Don't forget to add glitter to the sides of the canvas, too!

Glue, pour on, shake off...

So, Here's what it looks like with the clear and the first round of light pink...

It was at this point that I decided to add more clear fine glitter. So, you can see my glue lines here...
I'm going with a Crystal clear fine glitter. This will pick up the light pink underneath when it dries clear. Don't forget to add glitter to the sides of the canvas, too!

Pour on glitter, shake & tap off... and this is what it looks like!

Now we're adding the slightly deeper pink glass shard glitter. I'm using Art Institute Glitter #913 "Pink Coral" Shard Glass Glitter. Put down your glue, add glitter, shake & tap off. Don't forget to add glitter to the sides of the canvas, too!

Now, we're adding the even deeper pink fine glass glitter. I'm using Art Institute Glitter #601 "Royal Rose" Fine Glass Glitter. Put down your glue, add glitter, shake & tap off. Don't forget to add glitter to the sides of the canvas, too!

Now, you should be at the last color block, which is the darkest red shadow area on the roses. If you have more areas showing through, no problem! Just go back and repeat the steps above until you only have the darkest red patches left. I must mention... this is where it gets a tad tricky. I've picked out two glitter colors for the darkest areas of the roses. Art Institute Glitter #608 "Red Damask" Fine Glass Glitter and #141 "Magnolia" Ultrafine Transparent mylar glitter.

What I'm going to do is put down my glue on the darkest part of the rose...

Then, I'm going to very lightly sprinkle the lighter magenta color down first. We're going to be mixing colors here and you don't want to be too heavy handed with either color. Don't cover up all the glue, leave some glue exposed for the red, which is coming next. Don't forget to add glitter to the sides of the canvas, too!

Add the red fine glass glitter. I've used my little spoon to add a very slight amount of pressure to push the red into the glue so the magenta we just put down doesn't get all the attention.

Let's pause for a moment to look at our handiwork. That's a LOT of glitter... it's sort of like a Monet painting, it's going to look a little better from a distance, trust me. The texture, color and sparkle is going to look fantastic when it's done!

Now, we're moving onto green. Now that you are a glitter-by-number PRO, I don't have to go into agonizing detail with each step... so, I'll make it a bit quicker this time! Here are the colors I am using for the green leaves:
  1. Art Institute Glitter #46 "Summertree" Ultrafine Opaque Mylar Glitter
  2. Art Institute Glitter #909 "Peridot" Shard Glass Glitter
  3. Art Institute Glitter #603 "Shamrock" Fine Glass Glitter
  4. Art Institute Glitter #618 "Peapod" Fine Glass Glitter
  5. Art Institute Glitter #361 "Cat Eyes" Ultrafine Opaque Mylar Glitter
  6. (Shown Below) Art Institute Glitter #D14 "Gunmetal" Dazzlers Hexagon Shape

I first put down some glue on the lightest areas of the leaves, and dusted that area with the #5 yellowy "Cat Eyes" color. Don't forget to add glitter to the sides of the canvas, too!

I then went over that dusting with the #4 color, "Peapod". Don't forget to add glitter to the sides of the canvas, too!

After shaking and tapping... here's our progress so far...

Keep adding color, #2 "Peridot" and #603, Shamrock... Don't forget to add glitter to the sides of the canvas, too!

Then for the very last dark green area, put down your glue and add a mix of the #1 color, "Summertree" and the #6 color "Gunmetal". Don't forget to add glitter to the sides of the canvas, too!

Let this whole thing dry for at least an hour. Then, take a clean paint brush to the piece and lightly brush off the excess glitter. Some would leave the piece as it is, with the blue showing through. But not me! I'm going to fill in that blue with Crystal glitter. Let's make sure this whole piece is just covered! :) Cover the blue areas with glue... don't forget the sides!

And here it is... dried after a few hours... covered in glitter!!

I hung it on the wall that is directly behind my computer in my studio so I can gaze at it all day long. It shimmers and glitters and catches my eye when I walk in... I just love it!
Hope you have fun making yours!