glitter star tree topper + christmas garland

We have two more projects to share with you today that we've been working on for the Michael's Holiday Dream Tree Challenge.

First up...


• large + small wood laser cut ornaments
• spray paint (we used krylon classic gray)
• elmer's glue
• martha stewart glitter (we used sterling)
• foam brush
• E6000 adhesive 
(all supplies found at Michaels)
• spray a good coat of spray paint onto each of your ornaments
• once they are completely dry, apply elmer's glue to the top and then use your foam brush to cover the entire thing with glue
• sprinkle on lots of glitter (make sure you do this over a paper plate or glitter tray so you can easily put the excess back into the bottle)

• once the glue and glitter is dry, attach the smaller ornament to the larger one using the E6000 adhesive
• let it set for a few hours and then attach to the top or your tree with some string or twine.

Next up...


• Celebrate It Decorative Fillers (we used five bags for our tree)
• DMC floss
• Tapestry round end needle
(all supplies found at Michaels)

• string the decorative fillers onto the floss until you have the right length
• knot each of the ends around the last ball
• hang around the tree


Can you guess which color combination we chose for our tree yet?
We can't wait to share the rest with you on Tuesday!!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by Michaels Stores. We were provided with a tree and gift card in return for participating in this challenge. All thoughts and opinions are our own.

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