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Hello Spring, Do you know what brand it is?
Hi Spring beyor,
you want to add a super fine glitter. I understand how someone can buy the chalk paint w/out the glitter. I think the labels are tricky myself. Here is an example but if you look around you can find a better price.
they also do make a premixed paint and usually the brand that you purchased will have a package of the glitter that you can use. That would be ideal if you want to match something that you saw with that paint. Here is a link for a paint and what you might be able to find.
Good luck with your project.
Did you give it a really good stir, as glitter is heavy and will have sunk to the bottom of the Pot? Best of luck!
Do write to the manufacturers with Your complaint, you could get your money back or at least an explanation ! Best wishes...
Good for you! Give them time to test the paint in that batch, or check out any other complaints.........Good luck!