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IntoResin 9pcs Non-sink Diamond Glitter for Resin

IntoResin 9pcs Non-sink Diamond Glitter for Resin

5 total reviews

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  • 9pcs a set, 10ml a bottle, each bottle weighs 5g
  • Fabulous Unsinkable Diamond Glitter: This is a unique fine glitter that creates an aurora chameleon effect for your resin pieces. The product is produced based on an innovative formula with super fine mini glitters and an alluring shine, creating an effect that makes your resin pieces stand out from the crowd.
  • Ultra-high Quality Diamond Glitter:  It's non-toxic, more durable, and environmentally friendly, which enables you to use it more with ease. 
  • Wide Usage for All Kinds of Resin Projects: Non-sink Diamond Glitter can be applied to epoxy resin projects and UV resin projects, such as resin jewelry, resin coasters, resin keychains, resin storage boxes, resin decorations, etc. It is a versatile DIY pigment for decorating your artworks.
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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 5 reviews
    Janet Barden

    IntoResin 9pcs Non-sink Diamond Glitter for Resin

    Lynda purslow

    Nice to have a product that does what you want it to do. Have used it to make quite a few small teddies and it has stayed within them making them shimmer brightly unlike others that I have tried. Just love this product.

    Katherine Leis
    Love the sparkle

    I love the different colours of sparkly glitter. A little goes a long way. I would like to see gold and silver in the future. They are in nice bottles for easy storage.

    Ellen Carter
    Non sink glitter.

    Love it for doing larger, thicker items, like boxes or containers or figurines.

    Max Casavant

    will be using it ,will feed you a review then.

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