Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

She Glues Glitter To A Boring Bedroom Wall, The Results… I Can’t Wait To Try This.

#6. Don't worry if any of the mix falls on the floor.

Once it dries, it can easily be peeled off. The thicker the consistency the more glitter you will need. Make sure you buy enough bottles in advanced as opposed to having to run to the store to get more.

Don't worry if any of the mix falls on the floor.

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#7. For the rest of the wall, use a sponge brush. A bigger sized brush will allow you to press a good amount at a time.

The mix does not stick to the sponge, making it easy to just spill. Just be aware so you are not dropping big glops on the floor.

For the rest of the wall, use a sponge brush. A bigger sized brush will allow you to press a good amount at a time.

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#8. Press the glitter mix on the wall.

Pressing up is best rather than paint down. Don't do a huge batch mix because the Mod Podge dries quickly.

Press the glitter mix on the wall.

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#9. A couple of touch-ups is part of the process.

Jennifer simply made a new batch to go over the spots she missed. It's easier to see where more glitter is needed once the application has dried.

A couple of touch-ups is part of the process.

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#10. The final product, a feature wall that Jennifer wanted to look "fabulously tacky."

Jennifer admits the process took a lot of work and made a huge mess. The end result was totally worth it.

The final product, a feature wall that Jennifer wanted to look "fabulously tacky."

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