Even if we repeat ourselves, it cannot be said often enough that it is the often neglected little things that make a show a good show.
Sure, it is a colourful effect when a colourful streamer bubbles out of a pigeon casserole or a cloth appears in a free hand.
But of course it can also look like the streamer runs out of the casserole, and a huge, glittering cloud forms above the casserole, splitting the stage light into all the spectral colours and creating a veritable firework of coloured light spots. Or, as before, you reach into the air to make a cloth appear. Only the cloth doesn't appear just like that, but in a cloud of glittering confetti that floats sparkling to the ground.
Also great for use in flashers or other "fire-breathing" devices, so the flash that shoots out of such devices ends in a thousand sparkles.
Glimmer confetti is actually nothing more than a wafer-thin and extremely light mirror foil cut into approx. 3x3 mm pieces, which, when thrown into the air, very slowly sinks to the ground in a fluttering motion, refracting the light to create excellent effects.
Due to the very light weight, a 100 g package like the one we supply contains thousands and thousands of these pieces.
Countless possibilities for use can be discovered, and we supply some for a first trial run.