Tuesday, 13 June 2017

FUN WITH- Sparkling Dust, Crystal Ice Cubes & Frosted Sugar Powder



Hello My Dear Crafty Friends,
Hope you are doing good. NAVJOT GUJRAL here, and I am back again with a post on DRESS MY CRAFT’S, super awesome products. The sparkle and shine continues this month also at DMC Blog.
The month is all about CRYSTAL ICE CUBES, FROSTED SUGAR POWDER AND SPARKLING DUST.
So be ready to enjoy another series of DMC products. These all are coming in super cute jars makes very easy to work with them.
Shhhhhhh, Shhhhhhhhhhh, Shhhhhhhhhhhhhh queue is very long, stay tuned for many, many, many more products very soon.
Fun, Fun, Fun! We all love glittery and textured projects and excited to share some with you all.
 Yes, Super versatile products coming with awesome quality and can be used in many, many different ways.

Here is my first article and I think cute little ice cubes will be best for the start.


This crafty magnet will look awesome on your fridge and be a cute little product of attraction.


I made this tub with air dry clay, and filled it with little bottles and Crystal ice cubes. To give just a tint of color, I just splattered few drops of distress ink.


And at last I stuck magnet on back side. COOL………….
 
Let’s move on to another project done again with these super cute crystals.


How cool is this, making miniature glasses are always a fun for me. Look at these super cute ice cubes making drinks yummy. Simply Awesome.


Make a creative statement with this cute little glass. Frosted sugar powder is perfect for adding snow or ice effect to practically anything, Elegant, Sparkly, and perfect for any project. Glamorous and ready to use as keychain.
I love miniatures a lot and at Crafters Corner lots of miniatures are there to choose.
Dress My Craft’s SPARKLING DUST, CRYSTAL ICE CUBES AND FROSTED SUGAR POWDER are plethora of crafty ways to make anything stunning and can be used to jazz up, paper flowers, fabric flowers, stamped images, chipboard, die cuts, creative home décor, to cool gifts, Jars, bookmarks, candles decor, thumbnails, glass decor, bangles, bags and create backgrounds for any of your project.
For me a little creativity with Crystal Ice Cubes can make thing pitch perfect.





Loved the backgrounds of both the envelopes .





DMC powders are just awesome and I just love them.
Frosted Sugar Powder is quiet grainy and add amazing texture and shine. Check this amazing outcome done with sugar powder. I mixed sugar powder with 3D Gloss Gel and spread it on my envelope’s background.


A little creativity with Frosted Sugar Powder transforms it to a show stopping background.



When it comes to using glitter in any craft project, more is most definitely better.
Glitters are always an eye catcher! So it’s time for some tryouts.
Sparkling Dust is very fine powder and truly an eye-catching way to dress up an item or project.


 For the center frame I have used Sparkling Dust. I heat emboss chipboard with white UTEE and sprinkled some Sparkling Dust, the GLAM SHINE it give is really awesome. Sparkling dust looks amazing on flowers. Apply any glue which dries clear and sprinkle the dust.
All I can say is “WOW”. Amazing the difference a little glitter can make. I love to include glitter in my craft projects. You often need a large volume of sparkling dust to really pull off a project.


You can pretty much add Sparkling dust to anything.
Glittery is Classy!

I hope you are inspired by these ideas!
And I must say Dress My Craft’s SPARKLING DUST, CRYSTAL ICE CUBES AND FROSTED SUGAR POWDER are a must have in your craft room.
HAPPY CRAFTING


13 comments:

  1. Wow awesome projects superb cute ice cream looking so tempting n yummy n Loved ur mix Media project beautifully done

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  2. Super cute and pretty transformations, love them all Navjot!

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  4. Where i can get these bottles??

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  5. Wowwww��������
    All r superb projects ...

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  6. Super cute creations, i am in absolute love with the miniatures

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  7. What lovely miniatures!! completely gorgeous!

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