Last weekend I was invited to a Golden Globes party hosted by the chic and stylish Kelly of KellyGolightly.com. If you’re into fashion, food, traveling and entertaining then you should follow this lovely lady’s blog. She throws the best parties and gives such great ideas! Of course her Golden Globes party was well… golden down to every detail. If you follow me on the Instagram then you saw me post a picture of Kelly’s sequin golden globe earrings (here). I was obsessed! Kelly purchase her earrings at a thrift store, but today we’re making our own pair…
Kelly’s earrings reminded me of the sequin ornament tutorial I posted for Christmas. (Remember? No, click here to review) The process is very similar. To start add a dab of glue to the bottom of your bouncy ball. Then, place the end of the sequin trim in the glue and start wrapping. Apply glue as you wrap around the bouncy ball. Continue the process until the ball is completely covered.
Click here to purchase the materials (minus glue and pliers) you’ll need to complete this project. The kit cost $13 and is available in gold, black or magenta. Enjoy! xo
Happy New Year!!! I hope everyone had a wonderful and restful Holiday season. We gained a new crop of crafty readers over the Holidays so first I’d like to start off by welcoming and thanking all the new readers who subscribed. I’m working on lots of great new content and I can’t wait to share. That being said I kept it old school this week and updated a vintage Glitter ‘N Glue tutorial.
Pantone has named Emerald as THE color for 20-13! Let’s celebrate with a new emerald statement button ring…
And now for a very special announcement… You guys often shoot me emails asking where to purchase certain DIY materials. I do my best to provide you with the correct information, but today I’m pleased to present an even better solution…. introducing the Glitter ‘N Glue AssemblyRequired DIY Kits!!!
I’ve opened an online retail store where you can purchase kits containing the materials for some of my projects, however assembly is required. The kits come with the main materials and instructions on how-to assemble. Click here to view the store. The materials for today’s project is available NOW in 3 different colors (emerald, purple and clear) for $13.
I hope this makes it a little easier for you guys to get your DIY on. I’m looking forward to hearing feedback about the shop. I’m currently working on making kits of older projects so stay tuned for more kits soon.