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  • Billy April Staples

    glittered bottles - tape off where you don't want glitter, add mod podge, glitter, peel off tape and let dry. Great idea for wine bottles!

  • Tina Fent

    glittered bottles - tape off where you don't want glitter, add mod podge, glitter, peel off tape and let dry = beautiful holiday vases (do with those extra mason jars??)

  • Kim Parr

    diy36 I Heart Nap Time | I Heart Nap Time - Easy recipes, DIY crafts, Homemaking | Glitter bottles 7 vases

  • Kate Human

    glitter bottles - cover glass bottles in modpodge and roll in glitter. love this idea.

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  • Annabel Reuther

    do u just use paint, like paint it with a paint brush or actually dip it in paint. where do u get the stuff from?

Stencil a silhouette and glitter the inside of it on canvas. This would look great with letters, a crown or strawberry!

Wine bottles, rubber bands and spray paint.

Repurpose almost empty candle jars by putting them in a pot with a little boiling water to melt the remaining wax. Then you can glitter, paint or decorate the jar as you please!

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Cool idea and so girlie! Use mod podge to glitter a set of keys.

three easy way to decorate candles. 1 with tissue paper, 2 with double sided tape, 3 with modge podge

ake sure your glasses are clean and dry. Wrap a piece of painter's tape around the the rim of each glass. 2. Use a paint brush to apply Modge Podge around the glass, painting in downward strokes. 3. Sprinkle glitter so that it sticks to the Modge Podge. 4. Apply another coat of Modge Podge over the glitter to seal it in place.

glitter on wood... or anywhere else, i guess?