How to Make a Bachelorette Party Picture Frame : How to Add Glitter to a Picture Frame

How to Make a Bachelorette Party Picture Frame : How to Add Glitter to a Picture Frame


PAMELA YAGER: Okay. Well, this is starting
to look really cute. I have my little beads. I have my gems. And you know these remind
me of the guest name tags. This reminds me of the invites. And one thing I’m sort of
missing is purple because we have two colors for our party that we’ve been doing and those
were the choices for my party colors. So I’m going to add some purple and how I’m going
to do that is I’m going to take just some glitter glue. And with the glitter glue in
between each one of these beads and gems, I’m going to make a little zigzag design.
Very loosely, go back and forth, and you want to keep the pressure on the bottle consistent
so you have a thread of glitter glue coming out at even, sort of, pace. I’m going to do
that all the way around. We’ll do this side, and then up this side. And, sometimes, you
might want to actually let this dry overnight just to make sure you’re getting the pattern
that you want, especially for–if you’re going to be doing lighter colors, you want to see
how it looks ’cause glitter glue, after it dries, it does look very different. First,
it goes on sort of ball-like, sort of bubbly. But then when it dries, it dries a lot flatter,
sorta like my hair. But, anyway, we’re just going to squeeze these out. Now, I’m going
to continue doing this all the way around the side but for time purposes, I’m going
to show you what I’m going to do after this. And that is I’m going to take the lavender
glue, glitter glue, and just do a little design right on top of it. Now, I’ve decided with
this one, I’m going to do a little swirly design on top of it like that and have fun
with it. I mean, there’s no–there are no rules. Whatever you think or inspired to do
at that moment–maybe you did the same kind of design on other elements like drawing your–on
your party invitations or on your guest name tags or in your decorations. So that’s starting
to look really cute. Gee, I wonder what it looks like when it dries. Well, we’re going
to see that in just a few minutes. So that’s our next step.

Dereck Turner

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