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Instead of DIY try GIY = Glam It Yourself. We love sharing creative craft videos with you, and today we have an awesome video to show you. If you are looking for a way to store your makeup brushes then you are going to love this project. This is a fun and practical way to glam up your used candle containers! Below are all the supplies you will need. Watch this video below or click here.
-Mod Podge (you can use the gloss or matte finish)
-Glitter (I used Martha Stewart Purple Sapphire)
-Regular Nail Polish Remover
-A Craft + Glue Brush
-A completely used candle that’s been in the freezer for several hours or overnight
-A Knife (a butter knife or one that isn’t super sharp works best!)
-Plant Filler (you can find different sizes and varieties at craft stores)
It’s a new week, and that means it’s time to try a new craft project. I love craft projects that you can use. The other day I happened to notice how bland my makeup brushes were. I wondered what I could to do to jazz them up? Luckily I did not have to look to far for a unique idea. Kindra Boroff created these Vintage Glamour Makeup Brushes, that I absolutely adore. This is a perfect craft for all skill levels, that will take about an hour to create. You are sure to be the envy of your girlfriends, once they see these incredible makeup brushes.
Mod Podge-CS11305 4oz Matte
FolkArt Acrylic Paint-938 Licorice
FolkArt Extreme Glitter- 2792 Back
Red satin ribbon
Small clear rhinestones
Permanent fabric glue
Measure 1” from the tip of the brush handle and tape off. Paint the tip of the handle with Licorice. When dry paint a few coats of Black glitter as shown.
Cut the fabric to fit the remaining section of the handle. Mod Podge the fabric to the brush handle. Allow to dry.
Cut the red ribbon the wrap around the handle where the painted section and the fabric meet. Glue with fabric glue. Attach a small rhinestone to the ribbon as shown with fabric glue.