Nothing says “Christmas” like
glitter putting up the tree and setting up the nativity scene.
Well, that and the trifecta of epic Christmas albums (Mariah, Bieber, N’Sync. Duh.).
But seriously. The holidays are one of the only times where it’s socially acceptable to use glitter as an adult.
If you’re looking for a quick, easy, festive holiday DIY with glitter (who isn’t?), then pull out a few mason jars and make glittery candles.
It’s sort of like snowflakes, in a jar.
Just make a glue wash (glue + water) and brush the inside of the mason jars. I used regular ol’ Elmer’s glue, and adding the water helps it brush on easier.
Add glitter of your choice (I like silver) to the inside of the jars, and roll/spin the jar around until the glitter coats the sides.
Let dry, and….done. Simply add a tea light, and you’re good to go.
I brushed the glue almost all the way up to the top, but you could do it at various levels for the mismatched-yet-chic look.
These take about five minutes to make, and definitely give the house a festive look, even when they aren’t lit.