10 Frugal Crafts You Can Make with Glitter

Posted: 05/29/13 3:00 PM (Modified: 05/29/13 3:00 PM)

I love glitter. It's cheap and it sparkles...just like me!  Ok, I just laughed out loud as I typed that. Seriously, that was really funny.

Wow.

Ok, moving right along...

Thanks to Pinterest, we now know there are a million or more uses for glitter. I've pinned probably half of those so I thought I would share a few of them with you. Oh, if you happen to see the 'homemade glitter' pin be sure to skip that. You can't make glitter at home. Seriously. Don't click on that pin. Don't do it. Don't even try it. Your glitter might catch on fire, smoke may come from your oven and it might even scare your children. Not that I would know...

{10 Frugal Crafts You Can Make with Glitter}

 

DIY Glitter Rings

 

DIY Glitter Keys (Simply paint on glitter with nail polish or gliter glue).

 

DIY Glitter Balloons

DIY Glitter Tube Bracelets

 

DIY Glitter Snow Playdough

 

DIY Glitter Heels

 

DIY Glitter Jar

 

DIY Glitter Pasta Snowflakes

 

DIY Chunky Glitter Necklace

 

DIY Glitter Glass Ornaments (Yes, I realize it is not Christmas. I'm thinking red/white/blue for July!)

 

All of these crafts are very inexpensive, most would cost less than $5. They also make great gifts too. I think life is better with glitter. Everything deserves a little sparkle. The next time someone cuts you off in traffic, just toss some glitter at them and be on your way. Wouldn't that just be nice?

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Jan 13, 2012 11:47 pm
 Posted by  cpbooks2

Very cute, Enjoyed the words as much as the items :)

Jan 14, 2012 12:57 am
 Posted by  Anonymous

You are a looney tune!!!

Feb 18, 2013 09:30 pm
 Posted by  Anonymous

omg your idias are so amazing

Feb 18, 2013 09:32 pm
 Posted by  Anonymous

very cool I enjoyed makeing the glitter balloon

Dec 11, 2013 11:12 am
 Posted by  Anonymous

Can a glitter globe be made with magnetic glitter, so one can simply pass a magnet over the top of the globe to draw the glitter to the top and remove to let it fall? If so, where to find the glitter and how viscous or what is the optimal mix of what fluids to allow as slow a "glitter falling" as possible?

Jul 4, 2014 08:51 am
 Posted by  Anonymous

These crafts are cool

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