Glitter DIY- Balloons, Letters, Mod Podge, Oh My!

Glitter was the inspiration for Kalia's first birthday party, so I tried to incorporate it throughout the entire party!  Check out more pictures of her party!

I wanted to add her name in "lights" and Kalia loves balloons.  And why not replace boring balloon weights with glitter!? 

A very simple DIY, but the results are beautiful.  I would love to use it around Halloween with a dark black glitter to spell Boo and Christmas time to spell Joy or Peace.  I cannot wait to use it around the holidays!

Here is how you can make this simple DIY and spell whatever you like! 


Supplies:
- Mod Podge (the sparkle version of course!)
- Balloons (not shown)

Directions:
- Brush Mod Podge onto letters
- Sprinkle glitter on one side
- Let Dry
- Flip sides and repeat!

To Hang:
Using the ribbon from the balloons, tie around your letter.  You can also staple gun the ribbon on, but tying led to a more "floaty effect" which is what I wanted.




Happy Friday!

I hope you enjoy this simple DIY that takes minutes! I will update holiday versions as the season comes!

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6 comments :

  1. Where do you get the letters? And are there other shapes you could use? Like animals, for example?

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  2. What a cute idea! I'd love to do this with a number for like a 3rd birthday or something. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. Very cute! I really love this DIY! Stopping by from SITS!

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  4. I am going to have to copy this at one point. Just sayin...... :)

    What a brilliant idea! So long to those ugly and boring balloon weights that get trashed. THIS is what I will do from now on! Thank you for your kind visit to my blog. I am now a big fan of yours!

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  5. What a great idea...and yes, I LOVE the idea to make festive words using the same technique. Definitely going to try it for Halloween and Christmas - so I am pinning this post so I remember. Thanks!!

    PS - returning the comment love!

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