When I was my daughter’s age, I looked forward to visiting to the Alcona Beach hardware store with my mom. I see someone else cry, and I am done. Wear it to work or play, or dress it up with a blazer or sweater and wear it out to dinner. First, materials. Chris then spray painted the largest and smallest pumpkin (you could just do the middle if you wanted) and the wooden letters. Her father was an artist, a sculptor by trade, from France… the most romantic of career choices. All the glitter.
Flare up! To make this just combine some plain oatmeal, some sprinkles and little bit of glitter. This time, things will be different because this time you will plan ahead. You will put out a bowl of warm soapy water and you will keep the vacuum nearby. In fact, you will do whatever it takes to make this happen. You arrive home with your purchase sitting next to you on the front seat. You know full well that the path you are on is sketchy and it’s wrong but dammit you’ve haven’t felt this alive since you blasted a hairdryer across all of your kid’s crayons in an effort to make a melted wax masterpiece that would have turned out perfectly if only you had an industrial heat gun at your disposal.
And so, you run into your house – giddy with anticipation – as you reveal the details of your plan to your family members. Decided to not only clean up, but also clean out my sewing room today. Despite losing out on some profit, I imagine Carpenter, bedecked in glitter and laughing his way to the bank. When it comes time to craft, it’s possible you might forget what to do, what with being completely and totally dazzle-drunk. So to help you through, I’ve prepared a brief tutorial that will work regardless of which unsuspecting item you choose to make fabulous. Worse that a drum set, guitar, hammer, and a box of needles and syringes. The camera picks up on some of the difference, but you really need to see it in person.
Then, lure your entire family outside before you set the house on fire because this is the ONLY way to clean up glitter.