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Tutorial: Make Glitter Reindeer Art

12 December 2012 7,248 views 2 Comments

by summer

Tutorial: Make Glitter Reindeer Wall Art

I’m one of those crazy people who decorate every room in my house for Christmas. It can get a bit expensive. Especially art for the walls. I went on my weekly (okay, daily) trip to the Dollar Store to find some pictures. I found some awesome glittered reindeer which added to a picture frame made beautiful art.

Tutorial: Make Glitter Reindeer Wall Art

Project estimate:

  • Glitter reindeer ornaments (two pack), $1.00
  • Glue, on hand
  • Picture frames, on hand or $1.00 each
  • Black scrapbook paper, on hand

Total: $1 and up

To get started take the glass out of your frames. I found with the glass in the ornaments were pretty squished and the glitter looked a little funny. The cut black scrapbook paper to fit frame.

Once black scrapbook paper is in place remove the reindeer from the packaging. This will give you two reindeer. Put a few drops of Goop glue on the back of ornaments and center in frames. Apply pressure for about a minute to ensure it is in place.

Tutorial: Make Glitter Reindeer Wall Art

Now find the perfect place and hand them up. You can separate for use in multiple rooms or place together. They look great alone or together.

Tutorial: Make Glitter Reindeer Wall Art

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2 Comments »

  • Maureen M said:

    I love this, would make lovely hostess gifts for holiday parties! Unfortunately my DollarTree had only red, might have to go on a quest. :)

  • Tawnee o said:

    This was a great idea!! Very pretty not only for Christmas but could be left up all year long:)

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