Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Fantasy Film Party Curls by Emily M. Miller

Oh this is so fun and easy, you’ll love it. Use these Fantasy Film Party Curls for any occasion; even all year round in a window would be lovely!

Fantasy Film, any color: 12” x 4”
Designer Dries Clear with Metal Tip attached
Art Glitter Gala Glitz: any color
Iron set to med-high heat
Baker’s Parchment Paper
1/4" Hole Punch
Wire or string to hang

Fold Fantasy Film to 4” x 4”, cover with parchment paper and iron for 2 –3 seconds. I like to crinkle the film in my hand before ironing. Squish it into as small of a ball as you can, then smooth out, fold to size and iron as usual.

Draw squiggly glue lines all around square. Spoon on Gala Glitz.

Before tapping off excess push glitz into glue with back of spoon. Set aside to dry then glitter other side. Or if you're just too impatient (like me!) and you don’t want to wait for it to dry, turn film square over and glitter with another color of Gala Glitz right away. If you press lightly it really doesn’t matter if the other side is dry yet. Let both sides dry completely, about 1/2 hour.

Round 3 corners. Starting with remaining corner cut approx. a 1/4" wide strip, turning, angling towards center in a spiral pattern until the center is reached. Don’t worry if your width varies a little, once stretched out it isn’t noticeable.

Punch a hole at top of starting point and round off edges. Add a ribbon.

Hang anywhere!

This middle one is longer because I cut the spiral width smaller.
-Make longer or shorter curls. The width of your spiral determines the length of the curl. The skinnier the width, the longer the curl.

-Cut in different shapes i.e. oval, square, rectangle. Again, don’t worry if you make a little mistake here or there, once stretched out it isn’t noticeable.

- This is also a perfect project to use up film left overs. Start with one 4” x 4” sheet and cover with scraps, iron as usual. If scraps are thick you may need a longer dwell time.

-Hang some Fantasy Fiber from the bottom. Take a small bunch of Fantasy Fiber and loop around end of curl. Place parchment paper on top, smooth tip of iron over curl end until attached. Fluff fiber.

-Attach a stamped film image to the bottom. Make a small stamped film imprint by following these directions: Glue to the bottom of curl. Dry and hang.

Have a Fantastically Wonderful New Year!!!

Monday, December 28, 2009

Wings and Things by Brenda Wampler

This is a super easy project, and takes about five minutes or less!

You only need three supplies. Art Glitter Fine Vintage Glass Glitter in any color, masking tape, and an 18 gauge wire. I use the 18 gauge wire because it is sturdier, but you can experiment with any wire that you may have at home.

Twist the wire to create any shape of wing that you wish. Once shaped, you are ready to start wrapping with masking tape. BUT….when you wrap with the tape, wrap with the “sticky” side of the tape facing out, overlapping it as you go.

Once fully wrapped, press into a layer of Art Glitter. Continue to press until you have covered all the tape.

That’s it! Super quick, easy, and some awesome wings for angels, fairies, or whatever your heart desires!


Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Icicle'd Baubel by Anam Stubbington

I have hung mine in a window and it catches the light beautiful – like a crystal.


Art Glitter Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
Art Glitter Gala Glitz White
Glass Baubel


Using the regular bottle nib, draw a line on adhesive on the bauble.
Spin the bauble by the string a few time to create slight drips.
Add the Gala glitz and allow to dry.

The adhesive dries clear, leaving you with a beautiful icicle’d ornament.


Friday, December 18, 2009

Holiday Altered Tins by Shelly Hein-Simmons

Looking for a cute and creative way to give someone a gift card, cash or small gift? Look no further than your recycling bin!

I have created these gift boxes from candy and cigar tins. The mint tins are the perfect size for holding gift cards or even a small piece of jewelry.

To create these fun gift boxes, you will need the following supplies:

Art Institute Pee Wee Glitter Kit – Noel (this kit is the perfect mix of glitter colors for your holiday projects!) The colors included in this kit are: 230 Halo, 
47 Vine
, 291 Fire Engine
, 163 Egyptian Gold,

95 Summer Sea, 
298 Polar Bear
, 84 Shiny Silver

Cardstock and Patterned Paper scraps
Sand Paper
Foam Paint Brushes
Clear Drying Adhesive
Spray Adhesive
Misc embellishments
Optional: Fabric, Fabric Stiffener, Paints

For both tins, I used Cosmo Cricket “Jolly by Golly” patterned paper and American Crafts cardstock. The Snowman Box included Cosmo Cricket “Jolly by Golly” rub-ons, and American Craft velvet scalloped trim (these supplies were all scraps left over from the December mini kit at Citrus Tree Studio) In addition, I used Robin’s Nest Dew Drops for the eyes and a couple of rhinestone stars.


• Sand the top of your tin to “rough it up” for better adhesion.
• You may paint the top edges of your tin to better coordinate with your color scheme, if desired.
• I free hand cut my snowman “parts”, but a good source for making paper piecings is to look up free coloring pages on the internet to print and use as a pattern.
• I used a spray adhesive on my snowman parts and then liberally sprinkled the glitter on top, tapping off excess. Using the spray adhesive gives a nice “sugared” effect to the paper.
• For the poinsettia, I cut some petal shapes from scrap fabric and then machine stitched around the edges (this helps to give the pieces “shape”). I then brushed fabric stiffener on both sides with a foam paint brush and arranged them on a glass plate, scrunching and shaping, to dry.
• Once the petals were dry, I again brushed glue onto the inner edge of each petal using a foam brush and sprinkled on a combination of Fire Engine and Egyptian Gold glitter.
• The flower center is a shank style button, covered in glue, then dipped in glitter.


Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Joy Fantasy Film and Fiber Card by Emily M. Miller

Here’s a card I literally threw together as fast as I could! I just started making this paper with colored ink sprays with a technique Barbara Trombley developed and I went a little crazy! It also employs one of my favorite ways of stamping with Fantasy Film and Fiber where you don’t need to use very much fiber. Making the paper does take a little bit more time, and is on the messy side, but I welcome messy! It’s also a great way to use up some not so desirable paper you have laying around. And it’s fun! However, if creating a small mess makes you queasy, all you need is some appropriate decorative cardstock to make this fast and easy!

Fantasy Film
Fantasy Fiber
Rubberstamp: ‘Joy’ or any suitable words
Permanent Inkpad: Black
Iron set to Med-High
Parchment paper
Polyester Lace: poinsettia pattern
Plain Cardstock: 8.5” x 11”
Memory Mists by Superior: Whipped Cream (white), Margarita (green-yellow), Green Tea (dark green), Iced Coffee (earthy red)
Matboard and newspaper to cover surfaces affected by sprays
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
Silver Metallic Marker

Prepare your spray area (approx 30 square inches). Drape several pieces of newspaper over area and place matboard in center. You could also use a whole section of newspaper for your center area, (a place for the ink to saturate).

Set one piece of paper in middle of matboard and cover it with lace. I have 3 pieces of lace that are about 5” x 7”, so I just laid them next to each other covering paper. If you have dark cardstock, pick a light ink first and spray over lace. Spray again with another color, then before you take the lace off, set another clean piece of paper on top of ink saturated lace and press down for a few seconds then remove. This piece can be used for the inside of your card.

Remove lace and spray a couple more colors over pattern, same colors or new ones, this will be the outside. Set aside to dry. Spray over inside paper pattern a couple more times too. While these are drying make another set of inside and outside papers and set aside.

Now go back to the 1st set you made and spray the other sides. This time lay the lace on the clean side of the inside paper you made, spray then cover saturated lace with clean side of outside paper! I hope that’s not too confusing! Continue making paper until you have enough. Your area becomes too saturated after about 8 or 10 sheets, so you’ll need to clean up a bit in between if you plan to make more than that. Having a wet paper towel (or two) near by is handy too!

Wash lace out with ‘Goop’ or just dish soap. It doesn’t matter if it has dyed, you can still use it for more paper or glitter lace paper!

Set rubberstamp on table rubber side up. Ink with black inkpad. Cover inked stamp with a slightly thin layer of Fantasy Fiber (a lighter color seems to work best) just until surface is covered. Place two sheets of Fantasy Film, cut just long enough to cover image, on top of fiber in an ‘X’. Cover film with parchment paper and iron for 3 to 4 seconds until image shows through parchment. Peal off stamp.

Once paper is completely dry, cut in half to make two 4.25” x 5.5” pieces. Fold in half and glue stamped image to center of card. Write your greeting inside with silver pen.

These two examples actually have the outside pattern on both sides, but it still works!

Change the stamp and lace pattern for any kind of card! Enjoy!!!

Friday, December 11, 2009

Frame Gift by Anam Stubbington

This is a super quick and easy present to make. You can personalize any way you wish making it a perfect gift for this time of year.

Art Glitter Designer Dries Clear Adhesive with fine Metal Tip
Art Glitter Ultrafine Pearlescent: #175 Retro Red
Art Glitter Gala Glitz: White

Cut your page to fit your frame, remove and draw your image. It doesn’t have to look neat and tidy – freehand draw or use clipart to make your image.
Place the paper back into the frame – make sure you like how it looks. Work out what lines you want in what colours – this helps you when tracing later.

Using the fine metal bin, start to trace your artwork with the Adhesive. Try to work in steady moves. Only trace what you want in 1 colour.

Add your glitter to the glue – tap off excess and allow to dry.
When Dry use a soft brush to brush off the remaining excess glitter.

Trace again the next colour and repeat until you have your image complete.

Remove your drawing. Replace with a photo and enjoy.


Monday, December 7, 2009

Christmas Window Decoration by

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The rest of the story on this Christmas Window Decoration is on We've provided eight FREE templates and vintage images, ready to print on your home inkjet printer. Of course, we recommend authentic Art Glitter brand Vintage Glass Glitter Shards, because the glitter is far coarser than regular glitter and translucent, which is what you need for the beautifully textured stained glass effect!"

Friday, December 4, 2009

Festive Christmas Ornaments by Brenda Wampler

These are super easy, and a great stocking stuffer. Also a great TV project and the supplies are inexpensive.

Okay, for supplies, I use microscope slides that I get from work, I work for a doctor part time. A friend works for a vet and she gets hers from there. I only pay about $4 for a box of 72. You can find them online, and there is a link on my blog to American Science and Surplus and they have slides.

You can also purchase the ones made for Ranger in various sizes. They sell them in 1"x1”, 1 1/2" x 1 1/2", 2" x 2", and the microscope size 1" x 3". Ranger's have 24 in a pack and cost between $5-$7. You can also purchase an inexpensive glass cutter for under $5 and cut your own glass which you can purchase at Hobby Lobby, or any glass store in your area. You can also purchase cheap frames at the Dollar Store and use that glass and cut it down.

Next thing you need is glitter for the edges. I use the Vintage Glass Glitter Shards by This is the best glitter to use as it will give you a nice chunky look. The adhesive that I use around the edges is Continuous Glue Lines by Glue Dots International. I prefer these best. I have used the Clear Adhesive Lines by Therm O Web, but they seem to have a tacky feel to them for awhile. You can also use the double sided red liner tape, you just won't get as thick of a glittered effect around the edges. You can also use copper tape, or anything else that you would like to seal the edges, it just depends on the look you are wanting.

Other Supplies: Papers, vintage photos, family photos, scrapbook papers, wire - various colors and/or sizes, beads. All of these supplies are up to you and once again the look you are wanting.

Okay, now how to do it!

Cut your paper or images (please don't use original photos!) to sandwich in between two pieces of glass. Remember to put images back to back for the front and back of the charm since these have two sides. Run the glue lines around the edges. Press into glitter. Add hanger by wrapping wire around glass and add beads as you desire. Also, sometimes I add rubons to the top of the glass, and sometimes I highlight certain areas with more Art Glitter.

The possibilities are endless as these can be any size and for any occasion. I give these as small gifts, stocking stuffers, and make various ones to decorate a tree for each holiday...Easter, Fourth of July, etc. 

Have fun, and if any of these instructions are not clear, please email me and I will be happy to respond and help you! Enjoy and let me see some of your creations!


Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Art Glitter on Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Runway!

It's hard to out shine these gals, but if anyone can do it, Art Glitter can! The Victoria's Secret models expertly glided across the runway shimmering with Art Glitter's Vintage Glass Glitter on December 1st, 2009.

A mixture of #907 Obsidian and #900 Silvery Moon dazzles with perfection.

Isn't it fantastic how the color changes to pink as it reflects the background. Magical!

To see more photos click on this YouTube video link.

Style at it's best on our best. Enjoy!

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

New Guest Designers

Wow, another 3 months has flown by and it is time to say hello to three new Art Glitter designers!

But first let me see what have I learned from our great designers over the last 3 months. Jan has showed me how much style you can accomplish with adding just one color of glitter to your projects. Violette has taught me how to use any paint laying around the house, even the house paint! And Lisa has made it official; I cannot throw ANYTHING out now, not even bottle brushes, cake figurines and so on. How do I explain this to my already frustrated husband?

I am purposely not saying goodbye to our out-going designers because once a guest designer, always a guest designer for Art Glitter. Feel free to keep your Art Glitter designer badge on your sites girls and buzz us anytime with a new idea! Thank you so much!

And now let me introduce you to:

Shelly Hein-Simmons
I share my home with husband Danny, 3 dogs 1 cat, 1 stray cat, Sheldon the Wonder Turtle and his fish friend, in Lakeside (San Diego) California. When I am not scrapping, I love being on the water and fishing (hence my online name – Reel Girl!). Animals and water are a big inspiration in my creations. I also love sewing, reading and crossword puzzles. I have been scrapbooking my life and “altering” things since childhood - always gluing pictures and memorabilia into some sort of album and personalizing every item I owned. My scrapping and paper crafting took on a new dimension and truly became a creative outlet for me in 2001. I am proud to have been published in Memory Makers Magazine, and several online scrapbooking and paper crafting Ezines, including Ready, Set, Create! and Scrapbook News and Review. Visit my blog: Reel Girl's Animal House.

Brenda Wampler
Brenda is an artist and teacher of many mediums. A Lover of Life. Treading Lightly. She has been creating for many, many years and is happiest when in the studio. She dabbles in just about every medium, and is all smiles when her hands are dirty.

Brenda has also been privileged to be published in various international magazines, including Cloth Paper Scissors, Quilting Arts, Haute Handbags, Altered Couture, Belle Armoire and other Stampington Publications. Brenda is married and living in the tiny town of Smithville, Texas. Brenda would be over the moon if her new amazing and perfect granddaughter didn’t live 1800 miles away!

If you would like to see what Brenda has been up to and learn a little bit about her, feel free to check out her blog: 
Memories and Treasures

Anam Stubbington
Hello, my name is Anam and I am so stoked to be here! I have been scrapbooking nearly 6 years now and enjoy it so much – it is my down time, creative space and personal therapist. Some of you might know me as ‘Kihaku’ around the internet (it means spirit and pronounce Ki-haa-Ku and is Japanese for Anam).

I am originally Irish, moved to the UK a billion years ago to be with Ian – my now hubby – and then 3 years ago we moved to Canada for Ian’s work (he’s a computer games artist). We have 2 little girls who are our blessing – both came after a long struggle with infertility so they are very precious to us. Fay is 5 ½ years old and about to enter grade 1 – She is a gentle soul but also can be frustrating. Lily is just over a year old and is the
opposite of Fay – lily is loud and constantly moving – if anything just by personality Fay is Ian’s and Lily is mine except in the mornings – both Ian and lily are NOT morning people. Ian is very understanding with my paper obsession. We’ve been together 11 years now and he is my best friend – supportive and annoying in good measures but I love him totally.

When it comes to scrapbooking, I am all about the stories, the memories, the moments. I love bright colours, dimension and texture. I try to make the paper part of the emotions of the page – getting them to help tell the story so it’s a combined effort of photograph, title, journaling and the papers!. Visit my blog that contains little bits of what goes on in my world: A Little Of My Life

Are you interested in designing for Art Glitter? We are always on the look out for new guest designers. Please visit our Guest Designers Call page to learn how.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Glittered Toy Blocks, Storybook Toy Dolls and Bottle Brush Trees by Lisa Kettell

How many times have you walked into a store, saw colorful holiday trees for every occasion and in every color, some are pink, aqua and tinsel silver, others are extra enhanced with chunks of mica flakes, snow and glass glitter. Well I have found many ways to change the look of plain green trees from bottle brush to floral and wire Christmas trees, all you need is a tree, some bleach and Art Glitter.

Art Glitter
-Art Glitter: Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
-Art Glitter: Variety of Ultrafine Transparent Glitter

-Art Glitter: Variety of Ultrafine Opaque Glitter
-Art Glitter: Variety of Fine Glass Glitters (For various effects)

Acrylic paints: variety of bright, pastel and metallic colors
Flocking: variety of colors

Hand sculpted clay figurine or store bought plastic or paper figurine
Small-medium sized bleached bottle brush trees (refer to tree bleaching and dye instructions)
Container of water
Tools: paintbrush, scissors, hot glue and hot glue sticks
Other: crepe paper, paper, tinsel garland, tinsel chenille stems, small bulbs, millinery flowers, tiny pompoms, sequins, tiny pearl strands, flocking

Directions for Glittering Toy Blocks
1. Coat the lettered rim part of a toy block with Dries Clear Adhesive.
2. Sprinkle wet adhesive with glitter of choice, let dry then slightly tap off excess.

Directions for Toy Block Dolls
1. Attach figurine of choice to toy wooden block using hot glue, let set a minute.
2. Begin decorating your figurine w/ flocking, texture glitter or glitter of choice. Adhere these textures using Art Glitter Dries Clear adhesive, let dry and tap off the excess.
3. Decorate your toy top with a small bottle brush glittered tree, glittered crown, glittered hat or mini bell, berries, millinery, crepe paper and tinsel.
4. Coat the toy block base using a variety of Art Glitter products.

-Use basic wooden square shapes, instead of toy blocks and coat w/glitter.
-Use cupcake/sugar craft figurines and picks instead of sculpted ones.
-Hot glue toy blocks to a floral wreath, add a holiday word banner and coat the blocks in various coordinating glitter colors.
-Spell out your favorite holiday word using toy blocks and glitter.

Glittering and Bleaching Trees

Art Glitter
Art Glitter: Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
Art Glitter: Designer Dries White Adhesive
Art Glitter: Faux Snow
Art Glitter: Vintage Fine Glass Glitter #611 Antique Silver
Art Glitter: Vintage Fine Glass Glitter #613 Diamond Dust
Art Glitter: Variety of Fine Glass Glitters (For various effects)

Acrylic paints: variety of bright, pastel and metallic colors
Ink, Koolaid
Spray paint base coat
Spray paint or hair color spray paint: variety of bright, pastel and metallic colors

Small-large sized trees (bottle brush or holiday Christmas trees)
Large plastic storage container (for big trees)
Small plastic or foil pan (for small-medium trees-bottle brush)
Painters ventilation mask(for spray paint)
Recycled box (for spray paint)
Container of water
Tools: paintbrush, old salad tongs, scissors, hot glue and hot glue sticks
Other: tinsel garland, tinsel chenille stems, small bulbs, millinery flowers, tiny pompoms, sequins, tiny pearl strands, flocking

Directions for Bleached and Glittered Bottle Brush Trees:
Use in ventilated area, I recommend outside or in garage
1. Place bottlebrush trees in a large pan, cover with bleach, turning trees with tongs every 5-10 minutes or so until completely bleached and no green color remains. Smaller trees will bleach faster, larger ones longer.
2. Let dry for 24 hours on a stack of newspapers or disposable plastic plate.
3. Once trees have dried, begin painting or dying them. To spray paint color on them, place in a recycled box and spray paint with the color or your choice. To dye them follow the drink mix recipe below, once dyed, let dry.
4. Once your trees have been colored and dried, apply designer dries clear adhesive to them. With a paintbrush paint the adhesive onto all the edges.
5. Next sprinkle some #611 Antique Silver Glass Glitter or # 613 Diamond Dust onto the pinecone, let dry, shake off excess. For snowy trees apply the Dries White adhesive followed by Faux Snow.

Directions for Bleached and Glittered Large Christmas Trees:
Use in well ventilated area, I recommend outside your house
1. Place medium to large trees in a recycled box or on a bed of newspapers, place tree onto this area, put on ventilation mask, and spray paint with the spray paint base coat, let dry 10 minutes, repeat.
2. Now spray paint with color of choice, the more coats you spray the brighter your trees. Always follow spray paint manufacturer instructions.
3. Once trees have been spray-painted and dried, apply Designer Dries Clear adhesive to them. With a paintbrush paint the adhesive onto all the edges.
4. Next sprinkle some #611 Antique Silver Glass Glitter or # 613 Diamond Dust onto the pinecone, let dry, shake off excess. For snowy trees apply the Dries White adhesive followed by Faux Snow.
5. Decorate with tinsel, tinsel garland, bulbs, millinery and glittered ornaments.

Koolaid Drink Mix Dye Recipe
In medium sized bowl mix the Koolaid powder with 1/4 to 1/3 cup white vinegar. For brighter colors use less water and more powder. For softer colors use more water. If Koolaid is not available replace with food coloring or inks.

Pour Koolaid dye over your trees and turn w/tong until completely dyed, repeat until desired color is achieved, let set and dry 24 hours.

-Try glittering your trees with a variety of glass glitter colors
-Paint stripes onto your bottlebrush trees.
-Turn the trees into dolls using clay or foam heads, and other embellishments
-Glitter Christmas tree stems each with a different color or with two favorite colors, how about pink glass glitter on one stem and silver glass glitter on another stem.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Santa Snowglobe by Jan Hennings

Snowglobe (Hobby Lobby), Stamp (Crafty Secrets), Ink Colorbox), Ultrafine Opaque Aqua Marine Glitter (Art Glitter), Designer Dries Clear Adhesive (Art Glitter) Fine Tip Tool (Art Glitter, Cardstock (Worldwin), Rub-ons (K & Co.)
1.) Stamp Santa image on white cardstock.
2.) Using the fine tip writing tool, apply glitter to parts of Santa.
3.) Let dry.
4.) Insert into snowglobe.
5.) Apply rub-ons and glitter to the outside of the snowglobe.

Friday, November 20, 2009

Christmas Crow Ornament by Violette Clark

Can you imagine a Christmas tree bedecked with fun glittery crow ornaments? Now that would be something to crow about! This whimsical magical crow has just flown in to help your tree sparkle and shine! The crow ornament is an easy project that even kids can get involved in creating! You can use your ornament as a present topper or hang all year round in a special spot.

(Be sure to scroll down to bottom and take a quick look at a video Violette did a couple of years ago with her friends demonstrating this technique before she discovered Fantasy Film and Fiber. It will certainly get you in the holiday mood!)


#724 No Moon Transparent Microfine Glitter
#263 Bright Gold Ultrafine Opaque Glitter
#742 Rock Moss Transparent Microfine Glitter
Fantasy Fiber Snowflake
Fantasy Film – Blue Nile
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
Sticky Strips
• cardboard
• acrylic paints – assorted
• metallic paint - copper
• feather
• glue gun, glue stick
• glittery string
• masking tape
• tissue paper

1. Create a pattern of a crow head – draw 2 (as shown), draw 2 circles for the halo. Draw an eye shape for the bottom of the crow head. The crow head is 4”h x3”w (without the halo).

2. Cut pattern out and tape together using masking tape. Leave opening at the bottom to stuff the head. Stuff head with tissue and tape the bottom up.

3. Brush Designers Dries Clear adhesive onto the crow head and add bits of torn tissue paper to completely cover the head. Tape the halo together and cover with tissue the same as you did for the head.

4. With your glue gun add radiating lines on the halo.
5. Paint crow head and halo black.

7. Add a strip of sticky tape to the bottom of the crow head. Remove red coating and then sprinkle on no moon transparent microfine glitter.

8. Apply Designer Dries Clear adhesive to halo and beak and sprinkle on glitter – Bright Gold Ultrafine Glitter to the halo and Rock Moss Transparent Microfine Glitter to the beak. Add a bit of sparkle to the eye if you like! Sprinkle excess off.

9. Cut Blue Nile Fantasy Film into thin strips approximately 15” x 1/2” long. Gather in the center and tie with string. Add a bit of Snowflake Fantasy Fiber to the center and tie on with the string.
10. Poke a hole in the bottom of the crow head with an awl and stuff the bundle of Fantasy Film/Fiber (folded in half) into the hole. You can hot glue it to secure.

11. Poke a hole in the top of the crow head and stuff a feather in – add a dab of hot glue or Designer Dries Clear adhesive to secure.
12. Hot glue halo to head. Poke a hole at the top of the halo and thread a piece of sparkly string through. Voila! Your ornament is complete. Enjoy!