- glitter paint: this works best with glassware (i.e. wine glasses) and you dab it on using sponge brushes
- modgepodge glitter mix: mix about 2 parts glitter and 1 part modgepodge together and just paint on. the modgepodge dries clear so all you can see is the glitter, this is the technique I used on my iPhone case and picture frames.
- glitter on modgepodge: coat the surface in modgepodge and then pour glitter over it...this one needs a top coat because it is more likely to shed.
mason jar project: http://instagr.am/p/VJrYUJSAXv/
For this mason jar I used the third technique, except I glittered the inside because I want to be able to easily paint my little's monogram on one of the sides. I covered the inside of the jar in modgepodge, dumped glitter inside, covered it, shook it up, and then dumped out the extra. I am either going to put some fake flowers in it or use it as a pencil holder.
My basic, durable $20 Target case is now chic!
Also, if anyone has any suggestions for other crafts I can do for my little, I'd love to hear them! You can comment or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.