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Glitter Projects with Tabitha

Pine Cone Decorations with glitter glue

This DIY Christmas decoration takes plain pine cones and adds a bit of glitter to them using homemade glitter glue.For this glitter art project you will need: Mod Podge Glosspine conespoly or craft glitter (Metallic Nutmeg and Storybrooke Brown, Holographic Midas Touch, Iridescent Glitterati Rainbow, and Cosmetic Iridescent Black Copper Mine were the poly glitter colors I [...]

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Pine Cone Decorations with Scotch Super 77 spray glue

Things to make out of pine cones... Glitter decorations!!This is a great family craft idea for those cold indoor days.You can dry out pine cones that have come off of the trees or find a package of pine cones at your local arts and crafts store. Any size will work. I chose to use some [...]

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Glitter Christmas Wreath

This wonderful Christmas wreath called out for a little  glitter.This glitter project is great for kids and adults alike.For this glitter art project you will need:a wreath (live or artificial)Mod Podge Glossglitter (I chose  poly glitter, see colors below)2 small containers (to make glitter glue in)1 medium fluffy paint brush (chose the size of paint [...]

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Glitter Christmas Tree Ornament (DIY Glitter Christmas Decorations)

This DIY Christmas decoration takes plain Christmas tree balls and adds a bit of craft glitter to them.For this glitter art project you will need:Mod Podge GlossChristmas ball decorationscraft glitter (I chose fine craft  Sterling Silver, Gold Rush, and Very Merry Red glitters to match the ball decorations)a fine or medium paint brushsmall cups to make glitter glue [...]

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Glitter Winter Home

This glitter Christmas decoration project was inspired by the many raw plaster decorations in local arts and crafts stores.For this glitter art project you will need: a plaster decorationElmer's Clear Gluechose a variety of glitters (I chose polyester glitter)a paintbrush or two (fine, medium, use a large brush for the bigger parts that need painting)several small containers [...]

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Glitter Tree Ornament

This glitter Christmas tree ornament was inspired by the wonderful calming jars that people have made.For this glitter craft project you will need:a clear plastic ornament (found at arts and crafts stores- I chose a thin oval plastic ornament.)a variety of craft and polyester glitters (using a mixture of different styles and sizes of glitter causes [...]

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Clear Panoramic Glitter Ornament for Christmas

This Glitter Christmas decoration idea came from finding a clear panoramic ornament at my local craft store.For this glitter art project you will need: a clear panoramic tree ornamenta set of mini decorations (I chose a set with a snowman and tree in it.)a jar  Aleene's Glitter Snowsnow colored  glitter (I chose an iridescent poly glitter called Stonehammer [...]

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Glittered Christmas Candy Bowl

This lovely candy dish was found at a local thrift store.  The bowl cried out for a little glitter to make it into a wonderful Christmas table decoration.For this DIY Christmas decoration project you will need:a glass bowl or candy dish (I chose something with a design.)A poly glitter (this project used Metallic Red Hots)Beacon Glitter-It [...]

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Glitter Ceramic Christmas Tree Ornaments

These ceramic Christmas decorations were found at a local craft shop.You will need: Poly Glitters (I chose Christmas and Winter colors)plaster decorations (If your plaster decorations have paints with them you can use the paint to adhere the glitter onto the decorations ) Mod Podge Gloss, Elmer's Clear Glue,  Clear Aleene's Glue , (clear and/or gloss always works best, [...]

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Glitter Styrofoam Snowman with Elmer's Clear Glue

Here is the second glitter Snowman project that I made for this snowy time of year.For this glitter project, you will need: Styrofoam balls of at least two sizes (I chose two sizes for this snowman)White, clear, or other snow looking glitters (below is a list that I used)Various colored push pins (for the buttons) If you [...]

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