Stampendous Shaved Ice Glitter | Iridescent Flakes | Resin Obsession

Stampendous Shaved ice - iridescent flakes for resin


11 reviews
In stock.

FREE delivery on orders of $75+

How do you create a subtle shimmer and shine in your resin projects?  By using these shaved ice fragments!  They create a subtle shimmer and sparkle that gives your resin charms and projects an instant sparkle.

Comes in a 0.67 ounce (19 gram) jar.

How do you use this iridescent glitter flakes for resin?

Step 1:  Use your resin as desired in your mold or bezel.

Step 2:  Sprinkle a few flakes on the surface, then allow your resin to dry.

Step 3:  Enjoy the beautiful glimmer these flakes share!

These iridescent glitter flakes can ship worldwide!

$5.99 delivery or FREE for orders of $75 or more.

We share multiple delivery options at checkout so you can choose the time and cost that best suits your budget.  

We want you to be thrilled with your purchase, but in case you're not, we gladly accept returns or exchanges of unopened and unused items within 30 days of receipt.  

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Maria Morales (San Bernardino, US)
New favorite!

Wasn’t sure about this product at first but they were so worth it ! I wish I bought it sooner! I’ve only used it three times but I’ll include a picture of the piece I made with the most in it, it gives the backs of items (if you just sprinkle it over resin) a really pretty geode effect.

Anita Centeno (San Antonio, US)
Sparkly perfect!

Just what I was hoping for. Enough shimmer without being overboard. I like that it maintains the transparency effect and that it is not too glittery. Whether you use alot or just a little it offers a very nice effect!

PJ Wisconsin (Suamico, US)
Great Product

Puts a nice sparkle in epoxy - looks like an opal. Beautiful! I'd order again.

Great minds think alike Patricia. We love it for the opal effect too!

Mini (Orlando, US)
Simple Elegance

Adds such an elegant opalescent shimmer to resin projects without being overwhelming....beautiful! Love to use it in jewelry pieces.

Susan Sutton (San Francisco, US)
a little goes a long way

Not the same as a mica powder, these are big enough to be discernible sparkles. They are a lovely opalescent color that works great