Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Glitter projects. Get inspired and try out new things.
Learn how to seal glitter and keep it from getting all over everything in your house, car, office, the shower, or anywhere else! Discover our favorite methods for sealing glitter on glass, fabric, paper, and more. The methods suggested below all range in cost, time spent, and the level of permanence you're hoping for. While some sealing methods are as simple as spraying a little hairspray, others will include using glossy sealers and allowing for proper drying time in between. The easiest…
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DecoArt Blog - Create whimsical glitter rocks with your kids using Craft Twinkles paint!
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20 Sparkly DIY Glitter Projects for kids and for adults. Crafts, ideas, creativity, paint. #DIY The Flying Couponer.
Making a calming glitter jar is a beautiful, easy, and fun activity for kids, and these Galaxy Glitter Jars may be my favorite yet! Made with mason jars, glitter, water, and glue, they are perfect for meditation, stress relief, and for practicing mindfulness.
Today I'm going to show you how to make glass glitter magnets - a frugal and sparkly way to hold and display artwork on your refrigerator!
Dmsral saved to Paper craft
These fairy jars are so easy to make and they look SO COOL! All you need is a glow stick, glitter and a mason jar and you can make your own twinkling fairies!
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Add a little sparkle to your refrigerator with these easy DIY glitter magnets. Use Dollar Store supplies to make this simple and useful craft.
These awesome DIY glitter pens can be made in under 10 minutes! A fantastic homemade gift idea that can be personalized with your favorite color combinations!
Carissa Kay saved to Crafts Inspirations.
PSYCHOMOTOR: The glitter jars are psycho motor because the students shake up the glitter when they are finished to give it the effect they want. Also, the students have to dump in the glitter using their hands without spilling it.
Ellie Boatman saved to Elementary Art Methods