glitter light switch plate! Did this with modge podge and craft glitter 4 months ago on all Kyleigh's switch plates and so far it holds GREAT! I was worried, it takes 2-3 coats though and make sure to modge podge over the top really well. Glitter Lights Switched, Cute Ideas, Daughters Room, Girls Room, Lights Switched Plates, Crafts Glitter, Outlets Covers, Diy, Girl Rooms
1. Sand the light switch cover enough to remove the smooth shiny surface. Blow away any dust from the sanding. :-:-:-:-:-:-: 2.Pour your container of glitter out onto a paper plate. You can pour the leftover glitter back in the container later. :-:-:-:-:-:-: 3. Paint a generous layer of decoupage medium over the front of the switch plate cover with a foam brush. Push the front of the light switch cover down into the plate of glitter. Tap the switch plate cover to remove any loose glitter ...
I have actually done this, but used magazine pictures. Trev's train themed room, a beautiful old steam engine pic from his magazine. My laundry room, pictures from my gardening mag. The options are endless!!!
step 1 was to apply good ole Elmers Glue to the key. Step 2 Shake glitter onto key. Let dry for a hour. Repeat steps 1 &2 for the back side of the key One might ask, how do you keep the glitter from coming off the key? SEAL it with nail polish top coat sealer!
Glitter beer bottles as vases. Would make awesome center pieces... Maybe a sunflower instead though! I wonder where we could get a supply of beer bottles.... Hmmm ;)