|This is the frame after the glitter has been shaken off. I also brushed off excess with a soft brush.|
|Here are the butterflies. All you do is peel over the pre-cut sheets. I used that sharp dental like Cricut tool as some spots are tiny. I also used multiple pieces of paper to keep under the glitter.|
|Final project. I still have three butterflies to "glitter." I put one butterfly on a wobble.|
The only thing that I didn't like was that this project would be difficult to reproduce. Does the Cricut have a scoring blade? That is the only way that I think you could do a project like this again. I did get the Martha Stewart glue stamping kit. However, those stamps would not have a tenth of this level of detail. I can't imagine trying to do this with glitter glue.
Overall, I think the final products are pretty cool. The glitter was a very fine quality and really stuck to the adhesive. Also, the black glitter really made the images "pop." However, the project was fairly messy and time consuming.