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So many uses!

Posted on May 3, 2014 at 12:52 PM Comments comments (0)
I am constantly impressed by how our customers use diamond confetti in their décor. One of our customers puts them in invitations, (the 4.5mm diamond confetti would be best for this purpose), another uses them in the bottom of wine glasses and puts a cupcake over it. Still another used blue diamond confetti in her bathroom where she filled a small clear vase and then uses the diamond confetti to hold up her brushes.  What do you use diamond confetti for?

Don't need that much diamond confetti?

Posted on April 19, 2014 at 1:49 PM Comments comments (0)
and that is "by the cup". Maybe you don't need a whole $29.95 special but would still like a mix of the 3 sizes. Or you want to mix several colors. We've found a solution.  Choose "By the cup" and you can pick your color(s) and your size(s).  This option does not include the 14mm or 10 carat diamond confetti as that size just costs us more. 
Keep in mind one cup of the acrylic diamonds is probably about right for 3-4 tables. 

Josh Jank-Red Diamond Days

Posted on March 16, 2014 at 7:57 PM Comments comments (93)
Joshua Jank is a 20 year old young man living with a rare liver/lung condition complicated by Sickle Cell Anemia. Although he is on hospice, his mission has been to pass out as many red diamonds (because red means love) as possible with the message that God does amazing things under heat and pressure. You can read about his journey here. His mission to raise money is not for his medical needs but to rescue children in Mexico-see  Foundation for His Ministry AND if that's not enough he is also raising money to help provide clean water to Africa through Water for Good.
He is an incredible young person with a big vision of what really matters in this life.  I hope he inspires you like he has me.
If you get a red diamond confetti in your order, remember Josh and his incredible endeavors.

Do we carry "BIG" diamonds?

Posted on February 27, 2014 at 1:18 AM Comments comments (0)
The biggest diamond confetti GemConfetti-USA carries is 14mm.  However, one of my favorite craft supply website carries the 1.5 inch size.  Save on Crafts has lots of great items to use for your wedding. You might check them out if you are looking for most anything wedding related.

How much diamond confetti do I need per table?

Posted on February 27, 2014 at 1:06 AM Comments comments (0)
We are often asked how much diamond confetti one needs per table.  There are lots of answers here because there are a few variables that need to be considered.  Such as how big your tables are, how big your centerpieces are, and how much table scatter you want on your table, heavy or light?  If you want to "play" with the diamond confetti, also known as acrylic diamonds and the above mentioned table scatter, here's an idea;  order a few of our 99¢ samples in your various colors-set up your wedding centerpiece or event centerpiece on your dining room table or a table similar in size to the one your guests will be setting at. 
Spread the diamond confetti around your centerpiece just in the area that one guest will be sitting then fan out to see how close you want the gem confetti to be to your guest's goblets, or drinking glasses, and plates. Only spread the diamond confetti around the area where one guest would be so you can see how much you want for that part of the table.  Once you get to your desired amount, gather it up and measure it.  Then times that amount by the number of guests you will have at each table and then times that by how many wedding or event tables you will be setting up and that will give you an idea of how many cups you need to order.  We are happy to help you do the calculations so feel free to email us at [email protected] or call us at 800-565-7385.

Happy planning!

Love is in the air!

Posted on January 29, 2014 at 2:43 PM Comments comments (0)
Congratulations to all the newly engaged couples.  Although snow seems to have found itself even in the deep south this year, spring will come and those wedding bells will begin to ring.  If you are planning on doing some of your own decorating for your dream wedding, you'll want to consider diamond confetti.  Diamond confetti adds that extra touch of elegance and bling and makes your centerpieces stand out.  Mirrors under your centerpieces can add to the luster and beauty of the diamond confetti and actually make your centerpieces look larger.  If you want to "play" with the diamond confetti before you buy a bunch, check out our sample page.  We offer a small amount (about a teaspoon) of diamond confetti for just 99¢ so you don't have to worry about spending lots to find just the right color. Have fun planning and enjoy this wonderful time of your life.

Acrylic Diamond Confetti is not edible!

Posted on November 5, 2013 at 11:33 AM Comments comments (0)
The other day someone called our office and said they wanted to sprinkle diamond confetti on cupcakes.  Uhhh, please STOP!  Diamond confetti is not edible and should only be used for decorating purposes. There are some places out there that sell "edible" diamonds (can they really be that good??) but please make sure they don't contain acrylic!
However, our diamond confetti is perfect for scattering around centerpieces or filling vases. So when you go to buy acrylic gems online, just make sure they are designed for your use.
 
 

Don't forget the diamond confetti

Posted on September 17, 2013 at 10:26 AM Comments comments (0)
Diamond confetti has become a very popular addition to centerpieces for many different kinds of events.  While of course, it can be used to add that extra touch of elegance to a wedding table or to accentuate a diamond and denim theme at your local fundraiser, it can be used for any event where you want to make your tables "pop".  If you think your centerpiece needs "something else", order a sample of diamond confetti and see what it does for your table. You won't be disappointed!

If bling is your thing

Posted on April 27, 2013 at 11:31 AM Comments comments (0)
Spring is in the air and wedding planning season is in full bloom.  We've had so many people call us and order in the last few weeks, it's good to know there is lots of fun partying ahead.  If you are looking for just that perfect little touch of bling, diamond confetti is the way to go.  You don't need a lot, maybe 1/4-1/3 cup per table, but you'll be amazed at how much elegance and fun diamond confetti will add to your centerpieces.  If you're not sure, just order a sample or two and "play" with it on your dining room table.   We think you'll agree, it will add just that perfect little touch.  Happy planning!

Congratulations!

Posted on January 4, 2013 at 12:37 AM Comments comments (0)
Congratulations to all the newly engaged couples! We know this is an exciting time and that you want every little detail of your special day to be just perfect.  Diamond confetti can add that touch of elegance to your tables that will impress and wow your guests.  Diamond confetti is our specialty. We are able carry a large inventory so we can offer a nice array of colors and sizes to suit any table or centerpiece at very competitive prices.  Check out our pictures for ideas and inspiration.  We ship every week-day and most Saturdays from Idaho so you should see your order within 4 days from the day you order. We're here to help you however we can during what can possibly (a hum!) be a stressful time by providing fast answers, great customer service  and a real live human to talk to.  If we can't answer when you call, we will certainly call you back within minutes or a few hours if you leave a message.  Because we can multi-task pretty well, sometimes you will receive a quicker response via email.  Now take a deep breath, make a list, take time out to relax now and then and most of all, enjoy the journey~ 

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