In our latest blog article, we want to answer your frequently asked questions about artificial snow and winter effects.
Small water droplets exactly where you want them and without evaporating? Ideal for photo shoots, product presentations and commercials.
In our latest blog article, we want to answer your frequently asked questions about artificial ice and winter effects.
Ice puddles, ice floes and frost effects provide an even more realistic winter illusion and are no problem with our ice wax!
With decorative snow and snowballs made of cotton, a snowball fight in an indoor area is an absolute highlight.A huge pleasure that is completely non weather and temperature dependent.
Our fake ice cubes are incredibly versatile and allow you to let your creativity run wild and thus create an unusual winter decoration or product presentation with great ice effects!
Yet simple and straight-forward, these artificial icicles add more to the ice cold feeling. They offer the opportunity to enjoy these beauties of winter at any time.
High-quality ice effects fascinate customers. With our ice gel, you can simply ‘disappear’ your objects into an ice block without leaving any traces, or provide a layer of ice.
Having the magic of nature to hand whenever you require is no problem with our products! Our tips will help you to produce beautiful ice crystals on your windows and other glass surfaces.
“Hocus pocus – dreamlike white becomes grey and slushy!“.“Magic Snow“ - the allrounder of decorative snow varieties makes deceptively realistic effects possible from dreamlike white powdered snow to dirty-looking slush.
There’s no such thing as “impossible“! Why not make an impression with a leisurely snowball fight in the spring, summer or autumn? An enormous pleasure for young and old alike. Our decorative snow makes it possible!
Christmas trees in winter look!“Sometimes less is more!“ This applies to our Christmas trees decorated with artificial snow! Create an unbelievably atmospheric Christmas mood with little effort and simple means! And what would Christmas be without snow-covered Christmas trees?
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