It is finally March and I can finally tell you that I will be a guest designer for Art Glitter for the next three months!
If you have read my blog or taken any of my classes, you know that Art Institute Glitter Designer Dries Clear is one of my favorite adhesives and that I use it on many of my projects — with or without glitter. If I need a liquid adhesive, it is the one I reach for because it dries quickly, is super strong and you don’t need very much of it, so it lasts for a really long time. Every KaiserCraft wooden project I make is held together with this glue — seriously!
Of course, the adhesive is not the only product Art Glitter makes. They have hundreds of colors of glitter in all different styles, which is what first drew me to the company 10-15 years ago when I found them at a rubber stamp show.
For the past few weeks, I have been pushing my creative boundaries, trying new (to me) products, experimenting and having a great time creating projects for Art Glitter. I am sure I have been a little more sparkly than normal, but no one has said anything. Of course, no one said a word when I had blue fingers for 2 weeks after playing with Adirondack Color Washes, either …
Anyhow, I have fallen completely head-over-heels in love with Vintage Glass Glitter and I can’t wait to share my creations with you. Art Glitter asked for home decor and altered projects, and since I was so honored to be a part of the “team,” I happily agreed. I have four finished, one in the works and another still wandering around in my mind. My first blog post on the Art Glitter site will be Monday.
And, here is a link to their Facebook site. Please “like” them and share your questions, projects and comments with us all.
Just to tease, here’s a sneak peek at one of my projects …