I. Love. Glitter. lol. Its just so fun! (the boyfriend on the other hand gets scared when I'm in glitter mode lol) About a month ago I tried to make a glitter plate to make a cake plate using the glitter Martha Stewart craft paint.
It looked to promising! Glitter!
But...when I held it up to the light...it was far from opaque. I was sad. And motivated!!
Enter my new set of supplies! MOD PODGE!!! I mixed in A LOT of glitter into the mod podge to make my paint for the plate.
I put the plate on waxed paper so it would be a bit easier to remove the paper from the plate if the mod podge went over the edge.
Layer one! I ended up doing about 4 layers letting them dry at least a half hour in between.
Look! Glitter! OPAQUE glitter! lol
After letting it dry for three days, I glued on my candle stick with E6000 to make my cake plate.
The finished product at the DeAnza flea market!
Am I totally in love? Sadly...no. Why? The finish is a bit too bumpy for my taste. Think my next idea is to go back to the Martha Stewart paints and do a gradient effect so it won't be as hard to get an opaque finish. Woohoo! That means more glitter! lol