Thursday, August 2, 2012

Making Glitter Glue ….. Another Approach!

Welcome to my third video on making glitter glue. Can you tell I am obsessed with finding the perfect glitter glue? This time you can keep and store the glue you make. In my first video, I used glossy accents to make glitter paste that would not flake off. In my second glitter video I used Mod Podge. In this video I use a mystery ingredient. Once you see it, you will laugh, but it works perfectly. And oh so easy and inexpensive! My kind of project!



This is my new video, hope you enjoy it. I am on my way to the store to buy more ingredients!



This is my first video using glossy accents. An oldie but a goodie!



This is my second video on Mod Podge techniques. I kept calling it Modge Podge during the entire video. Yikes! This should be on a blooper reel!

Thanks for stopping by and stay tuned for a fun fab five Friday!

14 comments:

Donna said...

Great video Linda, now that is a easy, inexpensive way to make your own glitter glue. Thanks for the fabulous idea.

Donna C.

My Crafting Channel said...

I always love the simple but effective techniques your come up with. I love watching your videos. Thank you for taking the time to share with the rest of us.

Nana
♥ My Crafting Channel ♥

doodlingdebbie said...

Thank you Linda, I love glitter! and now thanks to your video I now have some great ideas on making my own glitter glue. I've used the Mod Podge technique before but now know to use a similar colored paper so it looks gorgeous like yours. Brilliant idea of using a make-up sponge. The way the sponge brushes worked for me was to leave a lot of streaks...woohoo for a make-up sponge. I need to go to Target to buy some of that wonderful Wet and Wild clear nail polish so I can have some glitter play and add some sparkle to my day. Oh, I cal Mod Podge, Modge Podge all of the time. I really think they should have named it Modge Podge so all of us crafters would get it right....lol. Thank you for these awesome tutorials and making glittering more fun. xxx - Debbie

Rene said...

Linda, thank you so much for these great videos. What a great idea, and I love how you show each detail and the before and after. This is an inexpensive way to make glitter, especially love the nail polish idea. Thanks again for all the great ideas you share.

Rene

Melanie said...

Very awesome idea!! Thanks so much for sharing!

1Happy Mimi said...

Great idea! Can't wait to try it!

Cindy said...

Linda, I so look forward to your videos and ideas! Thank you so much for sharing...gotta go...on my way to buy nail polish!

tndj said...

what a fabulous idea. I make lots of cards and never use glitter as it flakes off. This would be perfect. Easier than Mod Podge and accents. TFS

Pink Lady's Paradise said...

Great tip!! Thanks, Linda. I already have some colored glitter nail polish that I can't wait to try!!

Thanks for the inspiration,
Cindy :)

Pinkladysparadise.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Great video, I am on my way to the store. Megan

Myoriah said...

I have used colored nail polish before but never thought of making my own glitter polish by adding glitter to nail polish. I will have to try the Mod Podge technique for a larger area. Oh and I love using the make-up for crafting. They work great for applying so many different medias to projects. Thanks for sharing.

Susan said...

Thanks for this fabulous tip Linda! On my next trip to the dollar store, I'm going to look for this nail polish!

Angi said...

Oooohhhh...gotta try this out for sure! :)

Creative M said...

TFS Linda!!!Love using Mod Podge w/Glitter.love your tutorials!!I appreciate it!
Migdalia

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