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09 October 2012


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These are fantastic! I should have been see this before Halloween.


Thanks, Alice. And no cure for patience except...patience. :)

Alice Golden

Love these! and thanks for the tips regarding glitter.. hadn't thought to buy extra fine tips... good idea. My main problem with glitter is that I'm impatient and often don't give each part ample time to dry. :)


Laura, thank you. And I am so happy to help. Let me know how it goes - and even if it feels a little weird when you first start using the tips, you'll be a pro in no time!

Laura / Pet Scribbles

I adore this tutorial, Suzonne! First off, the vintage style treat holders are wonderfully done! Secondly - your tips about applying glitter, especially trying to get those thin lines - just made me want to HUG you! Thank you for these tips, I already know they will make a big difference in my crafting!


Shannon, I have used so much glitter in my lifetime that it was actually embedded in the wood of my apartment in New York (before I discovered Swiffers for cleanup). But I find the sparkle absolutely irresistible. Hopefully these tips will give you more of a love-love relationship with it. Have fun!


Have fun, Maria! My 6 year-old is so proud of his not perfect results and I love that he enjoyed this project so much. (He made one for his dad, but shhh!, it's a surprise!)


Thank you!


Thanks, Catherine. I think the metal tips will help you a lot!


Thank you, Cassi! And I know that you're aware of just how long it all takes. Thanks for the encouragement!


This post was fantastically helpful. I just started using glitter because I didn't want to deal with the mess. Honestly. I didn't love working with it but I loved the end result so I'm pretty much converted. Your tips are terrific and your work is beautiful--thank you so much!

Maria J

That's what i'm going to do tomorrow with my kid :)

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These look spectacular! Thanks for the info on using the metal tips for the glue. I always have trouble with too much coming out.


This is such a wonderful post! Besides featuring an adorable Halloween craft, I really appreciate all the details you included on how it was put together and the glittering tips. Thanks so much for taking the time in writing it and the absolutely gorgeous photography to boot!

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