Coal Creek Mine

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Coal Creek was a coal mining town in south King County Washington established in the 1870's after coal was discovered along Coal Creek in 1863. By 1876 the Newcastle mines produced 400 tons of coal a day and employed 250 men. This is a nod to those hard working men and this glitter color closely resembles the coal that they would have mined in that era.

Solid black glitters absorbs 100% light and will not sparkle under epoxy. That’s why this black has a secondary magenta hue to give it its sparkle under epoxy. It’s especially noticeable in chunky as shown in the pictures. This is way better than contamination of silver into a black in an attempt to make the black sparkle.

• Solvent and heat resistant. Non-toxic and ideal for crafting and make-up.

• 2 ounce bottle weighed with precision and hand packaged.

• Available in a variety of sizes.

• Material: Polyester

The many uses and applications of glitter are seemingly endless. You can achieve just about any look with the assortment of colors, styles and sizes and variety. Glitter is used in cosmetics to make nails and makeup shiny and sparkly. it is also frequently used in fashion with its application on textiles. Due to the extreme sparkle factor of this fantastic and versatile product, it is often used on fishing lures to draw attention by simulating the scales of a pray fish.

Our most favorite use of glitter is in the application of arts and crafts including tumblers to add color, depth, and texture to help tell a story. You are only limited by your imagination and thought process with the utilization of glitter to help pull off some dazzling and mind bending effects. Use in combination with alcohol inks, hydro dips and brushed on acrylics to help your designs come to life. Create a multitude of looks such as ombre, geode, peek-a-boo and combinations.

 

**Colors may appear different from one monitor to the next. Photos have been taken to depict the true colors of our products. Inherent limitations with on screen viewing may slightly affect the appearance of the colors but we do our best to ensure that it is as accurate as possible.


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