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  • Tina Oakley-Baca

    DIY Glitter Ornaments - All you need is Pledge Floor cleaner, glass ornaments and fine glitter. Swirl a little floor cleaner inside the ornaments and it kills the static allowing the glitter to stick to the sides! Add glitter and let dry.

  • Lisa Campbell

    Pledge Glitter Ornaments

  • Amy Cline-Shelton

    How to make glitter ornaments with the glitter on the INSIDE (cool trick!) All you need is Pledge Floor cleaner, glass ornaments and fine glitter. Swirl a little floor cleaner inside the ornaments and it kills the static allowing the glitter to stick to the sides! Add glitter and let dry. She wrote the kids' names on them with a Sharpie and is going to put a bow in the top! Would make great Christmas gifts for my students next year!

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