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Want to add an instant vintage look to your Christmas crafts or villages? It's mica flakes! Since I started using them years ago I've found a lot of uses for them. They're not just for Christmas, they look great on Easter rabbits and Halloween ghosts. Just spray on or brush on a craft glue and sprinkle. It's a wonderful way to make some inexpensive ornaments out of a bunch of pinecones if you live in pinecone country. Or when laying out your Christmas village, sprinkle mica flakes everywhere as a final touch, really glistens and looks like snow.
Mica flakes are not pristine snow white, they're just a tad rustic looking which really gives things that antique look. If you're looking for a pristine white, use a white glass glitter or craft glitter. This listing is for one pound. They come packaged nicely enough for gift giving or just giving a gift to yourself!
The last photo shows one of my chalkware Santas that I've used just a touch of mica flakes on to resemble snow. He is not included in the listing.
I love to combine shipping and save you money, if you're buying multiple items please wait for an invoice, the shipping calculator tends to err on the high side!
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