These glitter bowls would add sparkle to any table in need of some glitz. Check out below to see how balloons and glue can make an eye-catching piece.
- Mod Podge
- 20 Minutes (Not including drying time)
They were not difficult, but certainly messy and a bit of a pain to create.
First, you will want to pour the Mod Podge into a bowl and mix in the glitter. You will need much more glitter than glue, make that a ton of glitter. The texture shouldn’t be runny, but rather chunky from the glitter.
Inflate the balloon to as big as you would like your bowl and place in a shallow cup or bowl to keep the balloon in place.
Paint the glitter and glue mixture over the balloon. I found it easier to pour the mixture on the balloon and spread with the brush.
Let it set over night. Deflate the air from the balloon. Cut a small slit in the end of the balloon and slowly let the air out.
Flip the glitter bowl over and you’re done!
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