We made these last week, using some autumn cookie cutters from Target’s dollar spot.
Glitter is always so much fun, isn’t it? And so pretty as it makes its way around the entire house. Isn’t it fun to see a dusting of glitter sitting there, shimmering away on your couch as the sun hits it, two weeks later? And then you realize you most likely had glitter on your bottom when you wore your black pants to church that morning, and you feel so thankful to have given someone behind you a pretty little treat like that. Ah glitter. We all need a little sparkle in our lives, don’t we? ;)
So we gathered up some colored construction paper, glue, our cookie cutters and some glitter. Trays were helpful for keeping the glitter under control, but apparently not helpful enough.
We had a saucer full of glue, into which we dipped our cookie cutters (wide side down). Then we let them sit on our page for a while to let the glue drip down enough. Next up was shaking on the glitter and then tapping it off. I could have sworn I’d taken photos of actually doing this…
After they dried, M punched holes in the corners, we strung them up on ribbons, and added them to our oil pastel leaf banner, out in our breezeway:
Pretty, yes? A great outside activity too, if you ask me. ;)