Glitter Roxs Inspiration

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Last week, I posted a tutorial to show just how easy it is to create great pieces using Glitter Roxs and Gel du Soleil. Here are some of the finished jewelry pieces I created using this fun new technique.


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61 thoughts on “Glitter Roxs Inspiration

  1. Renee Reese says:

    CRAZY FOR COPPER! It’s that rich depth of color that begs for a second glance.
    Question: Is it Rose Gold? is it Antique Brass?
    Answer: Whatever it is, I love it and must have it!

  2. Julie Komenda says:

    You all are having too much fun with this toy! I love all the sparkle and reflection with your metals, they are already so rich looking. I would come to Port Townsend for a class. There is nothing like a hands-on workshop with an artist.

  3. Selena Braunstein says:

    I can’t wait to try the gold! I love mixing metal tones and a chunky silver bracelet with gold glitter ROXS!

  4. Annie says:

    I love the gold so much but that turquoise and silver combination is calling my name. It’s trendy and they compliment each other so well. I love this technique and have so many ideas floating around in my mind! I can’t wait!!

  5. Peggy Russell says:

    I’m torn between which color I like more – turquoise or copper. Both offer an on-trend and classic look depending on what it’s paired with. This project is a great way to combine multiple elements to produce a really one-of-a-kind piece. Would love to win this! Thank you, Nunn Design! (I am a FB “liker” and blog follower!)

  6. Adele Desadier says:

    Beautiful! I’d love to try all colors, but if I have to choose one, it would be silver so it could match with anything I wear.
    Also sharing on Facebook for sure!

  7. Kate Hardy says:

    I love the turquoise set in silver. I have Christmas gifts in mind. I’d love to use the product for gift giving. 🙂

  8. Maggie M says:

    I would love to try the Turqoise Glitter! I “Like” you on Facebook and I’m subscribed to your blog:) Keeping my fingers crossed to win. The projects made look so amazing:)

  9. Faye Jones says:

    I would love to have the Turquoise Glitter Roxs and the Gel du Soeil. For the past 5 years I have been making jewelry for a local shop. This would be great for me and the shop. I have not seen anything like this in my area. Thanks

  10. Joan says:

    Love the Turquoise and very excited to use the glitter rox with my Turquoise sea glass! I’m so impressed with the innovative ideas and product coming from Nunn Design!!! Hot, hot, hot!

  11. Amy Doherty says:

    Turquoise looks amazing. Would love to try it. I also like the look of the copper and silver. Really they all look amazing.

  12. Gillian Cunningham Wright says:

    All the colours are perfect so I can’t choose! Each has its own merits and will be lovely to create with.

  13. Marrian Piers says:

    I would love to try the gold colored Roxs. I love making two toned jewelry and I love the texture you can create.

  14. Kathy S says:

    I am leaning toward turquoise Glitter Roxs in the gold setting—cool and warm together.
    And I am a blog follower.

  15. Joyce becker says:

    My state of az. Screams for both turquoise and copper. I could see a mix of both calling my name. I saw this on facebook, and am a subscriber. Hope I win…I already have the lamp.

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