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Old 12-14-2011, 06:36 PM   #1
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Question Substitute for Reeves Glitter Glue?

I found a neat tutorial via Pinterest:

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The project calls for Reeves Glitter Glue which, from what I can gather, is a product out of the UK. Can anyone suggest an alternative brand that might be similar and can be found on this side of the pond?

We tried it with some cheap stuff from the local dollar store but the glitter chunks were simply too big.

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Have you tried Stickles? It is fabulous!!!
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Regular Stickles (not Distress Stickles) would work great. I'm off to do some backgrounds right now! TFS
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What a beautiful tutorial. I am going to have to try it.

Any glitter glue would work from Stickles to Studio G. In the Michael's craft's kids department. That is some excellent glitter glue. IMO I think it's better than Stickles and Studio G. It does not have a brand name so I think it's a Michael's store brand.

Editing because I found a picture of it:
http://atrinkettreasury.typepad.com/...5dcb4a6970c-pi

Here's the blog post so you can see examples:

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I'd agree that any sort of non-chunky glitter glue should work. Reeves make school/kids range products, and if my memory is right the glitter glue comes in a big bottle, but there's nothing unusual about it.
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I will try the glitter glue from Michaels. I thought about Stickles but it comes in such a small bottle, I think it would be pricy to use it for this technique. I'll try anything once though

Thanks for the suggestions and additional links!
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That's my tutorial I would say that yes, Stickles would be expensive to use. The thing about the cheap glitter glue is the glitter is very fine, and the glue that encases it is very thin. I think Stickles has a higher concentration of glitter. I also think that the step where you brayer the glitter glue over the cardstock to achieve a thin coating of glitter and glue on the brayer (which makes it easier to get the glitter glue just on the embossed area and not in the de-bossed areas) would grab so much of the Stickles that it wouldn't be very economical. It sounds like the Michael's own brand glitter glue would be a better choice!

I hope if you make one, you'll post it so I can see

And if you perfect the technique there is another tut on my blog for making faux letterpress calendars using a similar technique, with chalk ink rather than glitter glue, that you might like to try.



I have downloads of the calendar blocks there as well so all yo have to do is print them, cut the sheets, emboss and brayer.
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That's my tutorial

And if you perfect the technique there is another tut on my blog for making faux letterpress calendars using a similar technique, with chalk ink rather than glitter glue, that you might like to try.



I have downloads of the calendar blocks there as well so all yo have to do is print them, cut the sheets, emboss and brayer.
Those are pretty too! Once the holidays are over, I'll be in my craft room trying to perfect both these techniques. Thanks for sharing
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I checked Michael's glitter today. It's pretty thick like Stickles. You might be able to pour it into a jar and add some distilled water to thin it out. This is what I do with the homemade Stickles I make.
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I checked Michael's glitter today. It's pretty thick like Stickles. You might be able to pour it into a jar and add some distilled water to thin it out. This is what I do with the homemade Stickles I make.
Homemade Stickles I haven't come across this option before. 'll have to explore this possibility after the holidays!
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I tried this technique tonight. I did two different versions. I used a bottle of Studio G glitter glue. That example turned out shimmery. I had to use a lot of glitter glue. The reason why my cap fell off when I was squirting the glue out, lol. I don't mind since I was going to trade the bottle of glitter glue in one of my swaps. Now, I can make more homemade stickles and use that bottle.

My second background I used my homemade stickles. When I make stickles I use Aleene's Clear Tacky Glue and mix in my glitter. I thought using a thinner clear glue would give beter results. I used Elmer's Clear School glue. I poured the glue out on my palette and added glitter to the glue. Then I coated my brayer. It turned out beautifully. I did make one mistake. I grabbed my thick glitter instead of thin. The glitter was a bit chunkier. I did use the CB snowflake folder. It looks like I have ice crystals on the snowflakes.

While working I had a ladybug crawl into the glitter glue mess. I live in the Ozarks. It's freezing outside. Ladybugs should not be crawling on my desk. Poor little girl. I managed to save her and she is now running around happily in my home. I don't have the heart to send her outside.

Note Elmer's school glue is not acid free. I was playing with all sorts of techniques tonight so I wasn't worried about archival quality.

lharnish- Thank you for finding the tutorial.

ukmaryanne- Thank you for making the tutorial. I love this technique. I can see myself using it constantly.
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lharnish- Thank you for finding the tutorial.

ukmaryanne- Thank you for making the tutorial. I love this technique. I can see myself using it constantly.
Don't thank me, thank Pinterest The stuff you can find on there is awesome. But, thanks to ukmaryanne for making the tutorial as well.

When you make your homemade stickles, do you just make it up as you plan to use it, or do you make up batches ahead of time for future use?

Can't wait to try my own stickles
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I love the way the samples look!
Is it easy to get the glitter glue off the brayer?
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I used a product on my Christmas cards that I painted on with a brush. It is DecoArt Craft Twinkles - Crystal - it comes in a bottle that looks like the bottles for Acrylic craft paint. It was very easy to use and added sparkle without warping the paper or glitter coming off on your hands.
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lharnish- Thank you for finding the tutorial.

ukmaryanne- Thank you for making the tutorial. I love this technique. I can see myself using it constantly.
glad you liked it. I'm intrigued by the homemade sticklers

And I do love Pinterest too, but in a forum you can actually discuss. Much better, esp. with the UK product questions. As am American living in the
UK, I often have an idea of a substitute, but not always. Nice to get input from those who've tested the options!

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Is it easy to get the glitter glue off the brayer?
Oops. Meant to answer this as well - yes, at least the glue I used was. I actually left it on the brayed for DAYS in one case, and a bit of soapy water washed it right up.

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Don't thank me, thank Pinterest The stuff you can find on there is awesome. But, thanks to ukmaryanne for making the tutorial as well.

When you make your homemade stickles, do you just make it up as you plan to use it, or do you make up batches ahead of time for future use?

Can't wait to try my own stickles
I am a Pinterest addict too.

I do both batches and make up as I go. I usually make batches of ROYGBIV colors plus black, white, gold, silver and gray so I always have those on supply. When I want a mix of colors I make them up as I go. It's a lot easier to pour a little bit of red glitter glue on a palette then mix it up with different shades of pink (for example).

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It's very easy to get the glitter glue off the brayer. I used soap and water. The glitter came right off. The brayer was dry instantly so I could use it again.
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Pinterest is fabulous. Think of it as a "pin board" for all the wonderful, quirky, inspiring things you see all over the internet. You can install what they call a bookmarklet in your browser bar so whenever you see something you love, you can click the PIN IT button and it will add a photo and a link to your pin board. But you can have as many pin boards as you like so you can keep it all organized. You can pin something, and if someone else likes it they can re-pin it to their boards. You can LIKE things. You can follow boards or people you like. It's a time suck but SO inspiring, and a great way to see A LOT of info quickly with just a little thumbnail.

This is a link to my Fabric and Sewing board so you can have a look. If you like the idea you can request an invite and start pinning yourself.
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I would love to see the tutorial for the chalk calenders but could not find it on your website. Would you mind posting a link to it... Thanks
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If you saw it on one of my Pinterest boards you can find it by clicking the location info under the pin. I've not done a chalk calendar but I have seen one on a Pinterest board. If I find it I'll post a link for you.
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I had a thought Did you mean the CHALK INK calendars, the ones I call faux letterpress? Calendar Making Posts | Scrappy Sticky Inky Mess

I did see one this morning that used little chalk boards to make a sort of perpetual calendar (you write the dates and the month on then erase at the end of the month to do the new one) and that was what was in my head.

Sorry and sorry too the Pinterest link didn't seem to work before. Try THIS
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Subbing for when I have more time!
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Has anyone found a useful use for distress stickles?
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I go through Rock Candy like crazy. I really love all the colors. It's supposed to be chunkier, less glitzy, vintage-y!

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I love stickles, but because they are sparkly. Have never desired any of the distress stickles (although the colors are great) because I could not see a need for non-sparkly stickles.
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I have Polymark Dimensional Paint in White Pearl Iridescent. It has a pointed tip to apply small dots or can be applied with a brush. I'm sure a brayer would work also.
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Humm. the opposite problem there, not sure if that is available in the UK - or at lest I've not seen it. I'll have a look because I think it would look very pretty with a pearl sheen to it.

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I wasn't sure if I should add this in here, but I did something similar, using the Glue Pad but then added Art Accentz foil over it (by Provocraft but mine is from my stash and really, really old. Not sure if this is still for sale or if there is a substitue but you all might know and I got a question about it.


I don't think this foil is the same as what you use for hot-foiling - am I wrong?

It also looks fab if you stamp with the glue pad and foil over that
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I have some of that foil and love what you have done with it. I bought some of the hot-foiling stuff to do what you did, but after embossing you press it with an iron. It doesn't look anywhere a good as what you did (even after taking it al back to the store and asking for a demonstration), and I think your method would be easier I have both kinds of foil, and while they look the same, the hot foil stuff can be adhered both with heat and adhesive. Thanks so much for sharing. Wish I had more Valentines to do (all 40 are done), but I will certainly put this into my idea file.
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I have been looking and looking but Art Accentz Foilz by PC seems to be no more (since 2003 - I did say it was old ) I found something called Giddy up Foiled Again (a kids foil craft kit) on the walmart site that sure LOOKS like the right thing but as I am in the UK no way to find out

From your description it sounds like the heat set foil wouldn't work. You need the kind that you apply over some sort of adhesive (size, I think they call it) and the foil sticks, leaving empty places on the backing sheet. Stupid, really, not to have found out if the stuff was still available DOH!
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I don't think this foil is the same as what you use for hot-foiling - am I wrong?

It also looks fab if you stamp with the glue pad and foil over that
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The stuff I have is just called Hot Foil and I got it at Mainely Stampin' in Fairfield, CA. They sell it off large rolls by the foot/yard, so I don't know who makes it or what the real name is. You can use this both with heat application or with adhesive. Works either way.
There is a foiling product that comes the same way, but it can only be applied with adhesive. HTH
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Not sure if anyone will see this, but there were a lot of questions about the type of glitter glue/gel to use when I did my tutorial on this for Beate. I was having a play, trying to come up with something using stuff people were more likely to have on hand.
I came up with this, using embossing ink brayered on then glitter embossing powder.
I hope this is work for you if you can't get glitter gel that works for you!



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