TO BUY: MODGE PODGE You may cover everything you own in glitter. Add glitter to anything without it falling off! Spread modge podge on surface and sprinkle glitter on top. Add another layer on top when dry if you want thicker glitter.
cover clothes pins with glitter, put a magnet on the back, and you have an instant way to display things on a board.Mod Podge over the top of the glitter and it won't "shed" everywhere GLITTER CLOTHES PINS!
I need to do this with the old table I have in my office/craft room! Upcycled an old table for my craft room. Used modge podge to attach the glitter, let that dry for 24 hours and applied two layers of epoxy resin. Love how it turned out!
These vases are a dime a dozen at thrift stores! I would like them in slightly brighter colors, but, oh what a greattttt idea! Revamping clear vases with a little paint inside.These vases are always at the thrift store!
DIY Glitter Magnets - an easy craft idea for kids too. J in the Library's note: Though glitter is almost guaranteed to be messy, this is a relatively easy project that would only take 2 library classes, or 2 meetings of a maker club.