If you’re looking to make things sparkle a bit like sugar in the day, and light up at night then this is the way to go.
I wish I could show you what it does at night – but it has to be totally dark – which means I can’t photograph it!
Beyond Halloween I believe that this would be great for Christmas time or any holiday occasion that you’d want some glow to your night. I could see using this over letters on a canvas or wall piece, coating a pumpkin or skull decoration with it, or any other item that you’d have on display. I could also see decorating a die cut (maybe even a die cut garland!) and the ideas go on and on.
My real purpose in posting my positive review of this product is simply to tell you that YES, it works! It works really well actually I was amazed not only by how this whole jar sets my studio a-glow at night but how well the glitter works once applied. So if you’re looking into this and thinking “yeah, but does it work?” My answer is YEP!
Now, off to spook-i-fy our house…
8 thoughts on “product review: Martha Stewart glow-in-the-dark glitter”
Ooo … you’ve just given me a reason to use my latest Micheal’s coupon!! This sounds awesome!!
Thanks for the review. I would have been wondering if it worked and now I get to go buy it and try it.
Thanks for the info. It’s always difficult to know if stuff like that really works.
I didn’t know Martha Stewart had glow in the dark glitter–Exciting! I will be looking for it 🙂
SWEET!!! I get to go to Michaels this week, so guess who will be looking for a bottle of this while there!
Wow how cool is that!
May, I love your technique that was posted on the Sizzix blog. I am checking my glue supply now before I head out to the store.
Off to buy some. Thanks for the review!
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