A wide selection of decorative aggregate material that can be used to enhance all sorts of floral, décor and craft projects.
Crushed Ice is rough-cut glass stones with smooth, safe edges for use as filler in vases or larger pieces, or to be strewn across window displays or event tables. A wide selection of colours makes it easy to coordinate with your chosen palette. Create a hint of fantasy with Crushed Ice in Iridescent, an opulent feel with the Silver and Gold, a modern look with Black, or a classic setting with Cream.
Sand makes a lovely centrepiece or decorative accent with a natural feel, and is available in many colours to complement your event décor. Nautical or beach-themed events are easy to decorate by adding this non-staining, colourfast sand that is also safe for fish. Use to fill vases, rock gardens, or even centrepiece containers with live fish.
River-stone pebbles are a great material for creating idyllic and elegant event décor. These smooth, polished pebbles range from approximately 20 mm – 50 mm in size and are available in 3 natural colours. Mix and match colours for an earthy effect or combine with other materials for a more unique display tailored to your event.
The OASIS® Dew Drop stones are a wonderful item to add that fully polished look to any display. These smooth, rounded drops are made of a durable plastic that has a perfect subtle sparkle to catch the light and draw attention to decorative pieces. Use Dew Drops to highlight existing centrepieces or add to custom-made projects.
Mixing Opal Glass polished rocks into any medium will further enhance a rustic display with the added touch of naturally-sourced materials. This selection will also serve well on its own as a filler for glass centrepiece containers, as do the simple marbles available here.
For a beach or maritime themed event, shells available in coloured Crushed Shell or the natural Mixed Shell assortment are a perfect choice. Combine these with sand in centrepieces for a strong statement or scatter onto tables for an understated and unified effect.