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Joy-ful Chargers


Updated October 25, 2013
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These Joy-ful Chargers are a great way to add "joy" to your home this holiday season.  Made with light-weight chargers, some Mod Podge and sparkly glitter, DIY Christmas decorations like this are fun and easy to make, and a fun and inexpensive way to decorate your home for the holidays.

Joy-ful Chargers


  • Aqua plastic chargers
  • Mod Podge
  • Glitter
  • Foam brush
  • Hot glue gun/glue
  • Ribbon



  1. I grabbed up some Mod Podge (the sparkle formula), some glitter, and a foam brush.
  2. I started by painting the letter j with Mod Podge and sprinkling with glitter.  I had to see if it would work…I wanted the look of sparkly snow.

    Joy-ful Chargers
  3. Once I got the desired effect, I continued on with the o and the y.

    Joy-ful Chargers
  4. Once they were nice and dry, I flipped the plates over and proceeded to hot glue the ribbon onto the backs of the chargers.

    Joy-ful Chargers
  5. I just lined them up and glued the ribbon vertically.  Once the glue was dry, I simply flipped them over and hung them in between two windows in my breakfast nook.

    Joy-ful Chargers

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the Joy-ful Charger project looks easy. But I'm having a senior moment (I am 61!) & cannot for the life of me figure out what a "charger" is? The round items look like plates, like plastic plates I have bought at a dollar store. I hope someone reads this & explains what "charger's" are! An answer would be greatly appreciated!! Sherry


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