Hi y’all! Thanks for stopping by again! And welcome if you’re a new visitor. We’re glad you’re here to link up!
It’s beginning to look a LOT like Christmas around my house… here’s my favorite project so far that uses my new favorite glitter technique:
One part Mod Podge Glossy plus almost an equal an=mount of glitter = fabulous glitter that doesn’t shed, flake or make a mess. It’s a large glitter commitment but SO worth it for the results!!
I found these faboo craft paper ornaments at the Hob Lob for 50% off. They were dying for some bling. So I glittered them. The best part? there was no mess. Apply the glitter and mod podge concoction and let dry. I know it looks scary. But it will work out. Promise.
Last tear for some family sessions I had these craft letters that spelled joy. I decided they needed glittering too. More is better, right?
It looks really scary while its drying. All white and not glittery. Boooooo.
But as the mess starts to dry, it magically looks like I spent hours glittering it just perfectly. And FMG is happy because there isn’t glitter all over the place.
The glitter ornaments found a home on my silver platters hanging in the dining room.
I didn’t glitter the edges – I colored them in with a silver sharpie instead. You could go either way…
The letters made it onto my mantle. Usually I put the trees (all gazillion of them) in the dining room and the deer on the mantle. I was feeling rebellious this year, I guess. Two trees, white light up trees, and one deer.
There is no shedding glitter here this year! And no awkward bald spots. I LOVE the mixing method for glittering!
What have you been up to??
Don’t forget to visit the other awesome blogs that have linked up – we’ve met some incredible people with wonderful blogs. I LOVED seeing the comments that were left and the new friends that were made.
Remember to give a little love (who doesn’t love a comment?) and if you have extra time give a little extra love! We ask that you please follow your hostesses (Erica @ Walking in My Shoes and Amanda @ Petit Lapin) via email, RSS, GFC, Facebook, Pinterest or Twitter and leave us a comment so we can get to know you better.
Also? We’d just love it if you put the button in your sidebar or post and spread some holiday cheer.