Today I've got not one but TWO fun glitter projects to show you! The first one is glittered clothespins: a quick, easy, cheap, and fun project brought to you by my friend Kari. She came up with this project for our girls (10 year-olds) to do together for teacher's gifts for Christmas. All you need are some clothespins from the dollar store, an assortment of glitters, some glue, and you are good to go!
Just brush on the glue (to one side of the clothespins only), glitter, and let dry.
Kari cut strips of cute paper and clipped the finished clothespins onto the paper, and then put then into bunches in plastic gift bags.
The second glitter project was also very easy and fun. I found these large plain snowflakes at Target:
I did 3 of these, 2 in blue and 1 in white. When I was done, I hung them in my kitchen window.
[See that lovely -- not -- blue square tile in the picture? If I'm a really lucky girl, that blue tile is going to be going bye-bye in January. Fingers crossed!]
Anyway, once the glitter snowflakes were hung I thought, why not go ahead and start decorating for Christmas? So I did. I'm rushing the season a bit, but that's okay. :)