here's my Pin. But between you and me and the world wide web, I found that post a little difficult to read. ell oh ell and dot dot dot and such. So to make your life easier, I'll give you the low down right here.
It's a super quick and easy project that doesn't require any focus at all, moms. I did it this morning while talking to my mom and sister on the phone (not like I saw my sister just last night and will be seeing her again tonight or anything), drinking coffee, listening to Christmas music, keeping my cats from climbing the Christmas tree, and baking cookies. My kids watched Little Einsteins (oh fine, twice) and were none the wiser that I was playing with glitter, thank baby Jesus, because otherwise you KNOW they would've been all up in that and it wouldn't have ended prettily for anyone.
Anyway. SPARKLY THINGS! Here's what you're going to need:
Pull the tops off of each ornament. One by one, fill ornament with the floor polish (I filled my ornaments about 1/4 full). Swirl it around gently, making sure all glass is covered. Now drain the leftover wax back into the bottle (I let mine sit for a minute or so.) If you've got bubbles inside of your ornament, use a q-tip to get those out. Now insert the funnel into the ornament and dump glitter inside. Use a LOT, only some will stick but the more you put in there, the better coverage you'll get. Turn your ornament every which way to get the glitter on evenly. When it's sufficiently sparkled, tap the leftover glitter back into your glitter container. Let the ornaments dry for a bit, then stick the ornament tops back on. That's it! You've got sparklefied ornaments to pretty up your tree or give out as gifts or whatever else it is you might want to do with a sparkly ornament. (Is there something else you might do with it? If there is, tell me, because I want to make MORE.)
Happy Saturday, friends!
ps: I totally considered spraying that un-festive yellow funnel from the auto parts department with sparkly spray paint. I think I have a problem.