Do you love glitter? I do! But who likes the mess? Not me!
With this Glitter Holiday Sign you’ll be shocked that it is MESS FREE!
I had this idea in my head for this ultra glitter holiday sign. But how to do it with out the mess I pondered? I had in my stash some Martha Stewart Multi-Surface Glitter Paint, from a previous project and it worked perfect!
I didn’t think the paint alone would be enough to get the extreme shine I wanted, but to my surprise, two coats got me exactly what I was looking for!
Have you ever tried to photograph glitter? Its nearly impossible (with my skills). But trust me the sparkle, shimmer and shine is amazing!
To give this glitter holiday sign a little extra umph and enhance the glitter, I hot glued a little tinsel garland around the edge.
Want to create your own Sparkle, Shimmer, and Shine with JOY glitter Holiday sign?
Enjoy this free cut file below. Check out this Lucky Horseshoe sign for tips how to paint it.
Right click to save the image.
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Lyndsay Tupper says
Love, love , love this sign!
I love this, so pretty. Can I ask you what did you make the sign out of? It looks like wood. And also how big is it?
Thanks Kathy, I used a piece of Miranti (its really thin wood, about $10 for a 4 x 8 sheet) The sign measures 2’tall by 1’wide. I hope you create one too!
Tara @ Suburble says
How awesome – and mess-free!!? Wha…???
No. I can’t believe it.
I’m so accustomed to looking like I had a run-in with a mob of fairies after I do a glitter project.
This is gorgeous, Virginia. I love it!
Thanks Tara! I too look like I just walked through wonderland, so this is a great way to avoid the pixie dust!
So beautiful! How did you get the lettering onto the board to be able to paint it?
Thanks Amie- sorry I never included that! Check out this post https://www.fynesdesigns.com/lucky-horseshoe-pallet-sign/ Cut out the image with a cameo, tape down, and stencil. Hope this helps!
Thank you Virginia! I don’t have a Cameo, only a Cricut. Loved the “lucky” tutorial too 🙂
Tess @ Tips on Life and Love says
This is so cute, and it helps me save on all those expensive holiday decorations. Do you recommend hanging this– or is it too heavy?