Quotes about Glitter

Welcome to my page of quotations about glitter. Sparkle on! —tg

“As the father of two young girls, I have come to the realization that they are just as messy as boys but the dirt that they create around the house is comprised of at least 50% glitter.” ~Andrew K. Keller, 2012

“I craft so hard I sweat glitter.” ~Author unknown

“Girl, n.  A giggle with glitter on it.” ~Author unknown

“I can only eat glitter and rainbows. Darn my sensitive stomach!” ~Bob Shea, Unicorn Thinks He’s Pretty Great, 2013

“Live. Love. Sparkle.” ~Author unknown

“The thing about glitter is, if you get it on you be prepared to have it on you forever because glitter is the herpes of craft supplies.” ~Demetri Martin

“Men will never know the agony of childbirth, menstrual cramps, or removing glitter nail polish.” ~Author unknown

“When you’re around me, you’re going to get glitter on you.” ~Ke$ha

“Glitter makes everything better.” ~Internet meme

“My mom always said I liked to stir the pot with a glittering spoon.” ~Kris Carr

“Some people are just born with glitter in their veins.” ~Internet meme

“My dream job is glitter farmer. ” ~Terri Guillemets

“When all else fails, sprinkle glitter on it.” ~Crafts & scrapbooking saying

“She who leaves a trail of glitter is never forgotten.” ~Internet meme c.2012

“Fairies glitter my heart with giggles.” ~Terri Guillemets

“My favorite color is glitter.” ~Internet meme

“…the fairy dust of poetry and glittery hope of dreams…” ~Terri Guillemets

“I hate French poetry. What measured glitter!” ~Israel Zangwill, Dreamers of the Ghetto, “From a Mattress Grave,” 1897, spoken by the character Heinrich Heine

The poet is a sensitive snail
wandering along the path of life
leaving a glittering trail of words.
~Terri Guillemets, “Inching along, leaving behind,” 2003

“I’ll have a triple sparkle macchiato with extra glitter.” ~Internet meme

“The story of Harold Ross, the New Yorker and me is a mere footnote to the story of our time, and we might as well face the truth that to researchers of the future, poking about among the ruins of time, we shall all be tiny glitters. But then, so are diamonds.” ~James Thurber

“Glitter needs light to shine and so do you.” ~Terri Guillemets

“It hardly needs explaining at length, I think, how much authority or beauty is added to style by the timely use of proverbs. In the first place who does not see what dignity they confer on style by their antiquity alone?… And so to interweave adages deftly and appropriately is to make the language as a whole glitter with sparkles from Antiquity, please us with the colours of the art of rhetoric, gleam with jewel-like words of wisdom, and charm us with titbits of wit and humour.” ~Desiderius Erasmus (1466–1536), Adages

“In the dark, glitter is nothing but sand.” ~Terri Guillemets