Sunday Night Spotlight: Glitters

Another week has gone by and I’m getting closer and closer to meeting our little Bramble Girl (I can’t wait, less than three weeks!). In the meantime, I’ve been busy soaping and sewing up a storm and getting as much done as possible before she gets here. I’ve really enjoyed these product spotlights the past few weeks. Get ready to sparkle,  because I’m talking glitter! =) Glitter can be used to decorate your M&P soaps, the top of CP soap and will add a sparkle and magic to just about any project.   These glitters are not rated for use in eye or lip products (and they would be scratchy as all get-out), so be aware of that before you start a project.

Bramble Berry's Glitters

Did you know that Bramble Berry carries seven different kinds of skin-safe glitter? You can get Silver GlitterShredded Iridescent GlitterRed GlitterNavy Blue GlitterIridescent GlitterFuchsia Glitter, or even the Fine Iridescent Glitter for your super fun soapy projects. If you can’t decide on which glitter to use for your project, check out this creative glitter sampler pack that will give you the chance to try six of our glitters. Or you can even try out the How To Color Glitter tutorial in which I used Bramble Berry’s micas to color the Iridescent Glitter. You will be mixing for hours coming up with a unique color palette!

Looking for more inspiration? Check out these projects from the Soap Queen Archives that feature our glitters.

Glitterific Projects

Starting Top Left Going Clockwise:  MP Loves CPSparkle Power Bath Bomb TutorialHow to Color GlitterGlitter Cut Out Soaps, & Painted Ornament Project

Have you used any of Bramble Berry’s glitters in your soapy projects? Let me know in the comments below what your favorite use for it is. I’d love to be inspired by your projects.

10 Responses to “Sunday Night Spotlight: Glitters”

  1. Jean Horn says:

    Love Bramble Berry glitters!

  2. kristin says:

    Maybe the weirdest question, but what is glitter made out of? What materials are used to create the final product?

    • Hi Kristin!

      Not weird question at all. Our glitters are made up of 100% Copolymer or Aluminum Copolymer. I hope this helps to answer your question! If you have any other questions about the ingredients in any of our products, don’t hesitate to contact customer service at info(at)brambleberry(dot)com. :)

      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  3. Ashley says:

    I LOVE using the iridescent glitter on top of my soaps! It’s hard not to glitter a soap — I’m restraining myself from glittering my smell-away coffee kitchen soap and my new peacock swirl (After three tries and finally getting it right, I’m happy to mellow it without glitter.)

    I like the iridescent because it’s so subtle, adding class without a lot of extra material cost. :)

  4. fatima reem akaz says:

    helo!!i am so interested in this soap with glitters.plz contact me..i really want to order glitters for my soap making and ofcourse soap molds too…tnx!!

    • Hi Fatima!

      If you would like to order any Bramble Berry products that can go international, just add them to your cart and purchase! If you have any questions about how to order, you can contact customer service at info(at)brambleberry(dot)com. I hope that this helps! =)

      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  5. fatima reem akaz says:

    im Fatima Reem C. Akaz.pls i wanna try some samples of this.how can i order this here in my country.i am a beginner.i am from phillipines..this is my contact no.09278563856. and my add. BLISS,BRGY.LANOTE.ISABELA CITY BASILAN PROVINCE.(MINDANAO)PHILLIPINES.7300.

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