‘Tis the season to add something sparkly to the ordinary. From twinkling lights on buildings and trees to shimmering ornaments around the house, the holiday season shines a little brighter. Why not brighten up someone else’s holiday with some do-it-yourself, glitter-edged envelopes. Send all your holiday cards with a little extra pizzazz! This craft is perfect for any age with only four things needed.
- ¼” double-sided sticky tape
- Fine glitter in colors of your choice
- Envelopes in colors and sizes of your choice
Apply the double-sided sticky tape along the outside edge of the envelope flap. Trim any overhang. If your double-sided sticky tape has a non-stick film on one side, remove it now.
Gently sprinkle glitter along the taped edge. Smooth it out with your finger.
Brush away the excess glitter, add your card, and you are ready to mail.
This is a great craft to entertain children and get them involved in sending snail-mail. You can go simple and make each envelope with the same color glitter, or mix it up with colored envelopes and multi-colored glitter. The possibilities are endless. After a trying year, you can put a smile on someone’s face with a little glitter magic.
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