4th of July Tea Light, Glow Stick or Sparkler Holder
Unlike most craft projects, this 4th of July project from Cathie & Steve is very versatile. When completed you can use it as a tea light, a glow stick, or even a sparkler holder. Your kids will love playing with this craft project on 4th of July, or any summer night.
- 2772 - FolkArt ® Extreme Glitter™ - Silver, 5 oz.
- CS11205 - Mod Podge ® Gloss, 4 oz.
- Glass cylinder
- Wax paper
- Foam Paintbrush
- Red; white and blue printed fabrics
- Decorative trim
- Chipboard letters: P-O-P
- Detail paintbrush
- Hot Glue
- 3 Felt Stars
- Measure around the cylinder, add a ½” to the height and width measurements. Trim the fabric to the measurement. Place the fabric on a piece of wax paper and coat with Mod Podge. Wrap the wet fabric around the cylinder, lining up the top with the top edge, wrapping the additional ½” around the base and overlapping the side seam. Place upside down to dry.
- Once dry, hot glue decorative trim around the top edge.
- Add extreme glitter to the chipboard letters with a detail paintbrush. Allow to dry. Hot glue the felt stars to the cylinder. Hot glue the glittered letters to spell POP.
- Optional details: add rows trim along the top or base or hot glue a few simple flowers and rhinestones to the cylinder.
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