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Old 08-30-2007, 04:12 PM   #1  
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Default What can I use to add glitter for MnT?

I am looking for an easy quick drying way to add a little bit of glitter to cards at my Open house. Normally I would embossing powder or glitter, but I am concerned with it getting spilled everywhere and overused. Do you have any other suggestions? It has to be a SU product. Thanks for any help you can offer.
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I use the 2 way glue pen to dot glue wherever I want a little glitter. I keep my glitter in a big plastic container so I can just hold the cardstock over the container to put the glitter right back in. HTH
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Try putting some Crystal Effects in areas you want to highlight, then sprinkle the glitter on and let it dry. This gives really nice, 3-D type highlights.
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