My impression is that anyone who enjoys crafting falls into one of two categories when it comes to glitter – you either love it or you hate it! Me, I’m a lover, but there’s no denying that it can get absolutely everywhere. I’ve had experiences of finding it in the bottom of my coffee cup, in my baby’s hair, washing down the shower drain, and let’s not mention the carpet! But there are a few mess-free ways of adding glitter to your projects and I’m going to share some of them today in my video.
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Thank you, Natalie, for these tips. I was wondering weather it was safe to use glitter and glitter glue in my bible or not. Once the glitter glue is dry, did you have any problems with the pages sticking together from humidity? Thanks again for sharing……Linda E.
To be honest I’m not sure yet! It’s not too humid down here in Australia in the middle of winter! ;-) I’m fairly confident the normal glitter stuck on with Glossy Accents will be fine, and I think as long as you leave the Bible open for long enough for the glitter glue to REALLY dry then I don’t think you’ll have too much trouble with that either. But I guess time will tell!