I’m excited to share this simple, but fun and bling-y little project with you.
I love glitter – but not just any glitter. I love German Glass Glitter.
You can find glass glitter for sale in my shop – it’s the real deal and I love it!
This project is so simple and fun. You could do it with your kids, but if you have any under age 12 I woulnd’t suggest glass glitter. It really is GLASS and it can cut you if you are not careful. To do this with kids I’d suggest regular glitter from any craft store.
I found my wood bunnies at Target in the dollar section. I think each pack was actually $3 but there are a lot of bunnies in each pack.
The large bunnies were on a hemp rope, creating a garland. The small bunnies are individual with twine for hanging.
I use plain old Elmer’s school glue for glittering and get along just fine. A cheap artist brush is ideal for spreading the glue. I like to pour some glue out on a paper plate or piece of cardstock. Makes it easy to ‘paint’ the glue onto your craft.
4. Paint on the glue
5. Pour glitter over glue-painted craft
You could also string these on a fun colored ribbon for an extra Spring pop of color!