Glitter up while being gentler to the planet with my new shimmery gold or silver eucalyptus-based glitter mixes!
I’ve been using bio glitter in my body paint work for a few years now and I kept making my own custom mixes for my work. People would ask me where I got them and I had to explain that I got glitter from a few different vendors. But not anymore: I’ve made my favorite bio glitter mixes to share with you!
The biodegradable glitter mixes are a blend of plant-based compostable glitters. The mixes are a blend of cosmetic-grade 92% and 100% plastic-free glitter. Once my current stock is used up, I hope to shift my mixes to be Bio-glitter’s line of all 100% plastic-free glitter.
To make these as eco-friendly as possible, they are packed in glass jars and labeled with stickers made from recycled content. I also ship them in biodegradable packaging.
There are two color mixes available:
1. Iridescent Gold: Mix of gold and opalescent glitters in .005, .040, and .094 hexagonal cut glitter.
2. Iridescent Silver: Mix of silver and opalescent glitters in .005, .040, and .094 hexagonal cut glitter.
About this glitter:
92% plastic-free (some in the mix are 100% plastic-free)
Come meet me at the Half Price Books flagship store on Sunday, June 28th from 1pm-4pm! I’ll have copies of my coloring book, “Everyone Colors: Amazing Sea Life,” available for purchase. The event will be at the Half Price Books flagship location in Dallas, located on 5803 E. Northwest Hwy. The store has lots of great nooks for reading and coloring, so bring your colored pencils and find a coloring spot.
“Everyone Colors: Amazing Sea Life” is a coloring book for all ages and contains 11 sea creature illustrations. Each page is blank on the back, so it is easy to display your work when you are finished. This coloring book is perfect for adults and children because…Everyone Colors!
Be sure to share pics of your coloring under #EveryoneColors so I can see your amazing work.
I had my paints out at an “Arabian Nights”-themed party and painted the night away! I painted 22 people over the course of the evening, but as usual, I started forgetting to snap photos of each one. I’m glad I created the boards of design options, it really helped give people direction. All of the designs done with brush and sponge.