Iridescent White Cellophane Glitter Flakes - Refill Bag - Mylar Glitter Flakes - Chunky Glitter - 1 tbsp - 2 tbsp - 3 tbsp - 4 tbsp


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Iridescent White Cellophane Glitter Flakes

This gorgeous iridescent glitter will add sparkle to all of your creative project ideas! Use on top of polish for a gorgeous fairy dust manicure. It also looks great inside resin jewelry and other resin creations. Perfect for use in body lotions and hair gels. Create glitter tattoos. Use in candle making, fabric arts, franken polishes, let your imagination be your guide....

Please choose the size that you would like to receive - 4 sizes are available: 1 tbsp / 2 tbsp / 3 tbsp / 4 tbsp

1 tablespoon of glitter is equivalent to approximately 3 grams.

Glitter is provided in resealable plastic bags as shown in the photo.

Please drop us a message if you have any questions. We will make sure to get back to you at our earliest.

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Yes, all molds are food safe. The plastic used to make all molds is FDA approved.
There is no need to use any mold release or anything else for use with resin. The molds can be used as they are.
Until further notice expedited shipping is not an available option due to a number of issues that we have encountered in the past. Please do not place an order if you need your items before the stated shipping times. If you are on doubt whether your package will get to you by a particular date, please contact us BEFORE you place your order and we'll advise you accordingly.
Always make sure that molds are even before pouring resin or any other material into them. This is very important as otherwise the result would not have a flat even back. You will also not make use of the mold well and as a result it may be very difficult to get your pieces out.

To ensure that molds are even you can use a bowl of rice and place the mold on the rice before you start using the mold.

For more information send us a message.
Yes, you sure can.

All you need to do is leave a note with your order specifying which mold you would like to receive as your free mold. When doing so make sure that the mold chosen as the free mold is of equal or lesser value than the cheapest mold bought.

If the value of the free mold exceeds the cheapest mold bought, another mold will be sent out at random without any notification.

If you do not specify which mold you would like to receive as your free mold, we will send it out randomly.

Should you need further clarifications, do not hesitate to contact us.
We do offer gift wrapping, which is available as an option in your cart at an additional applicable charge. Gift wrapping includes a wrapping paper + ribbon + a tiny card for the gift message (if you opt to leave one)

We do also offer an optional gift message for orders marked as a gift. This is FREE of charge and you get to include the message that you would like to include during checkout.
We take great care in ensuring that all of our product listings include the sizes as applicable. However, if we have missed one out, or you are still not sure whether the sizes indicated are suitable for what you need, do not hesitate to contact us.
Doming is a finishing process used to give a beautiful effect to your pieces.

Here are some helpful videos which I have found. They explain the process and provide a tutorial on doming:
Tutorial -
Doming Q&A -
Doming with Latex -
I have found this very helpful video tutorial showing how to make resin shakers -
1. Always make sure that you fill the mold to the top. This will make it easier to get your pieces out. If you fill the mold part way, pieces will be very hard to get out.

2. Leave the resin or any other material you are using to fully cure / harden.

3. Once your pieces are fully cured and before starting to get your pieces out, try and get as much air as you can in between your mold and your pieces. You can easily do this by gently twisting the mold, holding the mold from the corners at opposite vertical points.

4. Push out your pieces by pressing from the deepest part of the mold.

Contact us if you have any questions.


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