On Halloween one year a roommate of mine went as “All Things Glittery” which is exactly how you imagine it. It has been a wild journey. Glitter is the herpes of craft supplies. It gets everywhere, clings to everything, and basically sticks around until the end of eternity. I have worn them a total of maybe 10 times in the past 6 years, thus making them the perfect candidate for a DIY makeover. Pre-kids, the UPS guy ringing my doorbell was a neutral event in my day. I recommend making 3-5 colors at once to play with variety of combinations when color blocking, but it’s totally up to you.
To get the color blocked look, you’ll want to pour a bit of one color in slowly at one point. These are very simple to make, you just need a little patience while things dry. Super simple and easy. It’s confusing. That’s alright, here are a couple more ways to use glitter – Throwing a little Glitter in the pockets your enemies jeans (especially right before they throw them in the washer). Oh, the power of the Internet. It takes forever to go away.
I’m sure there are many everyday items you could use that I’m not thinking of. We haven’t tried placing it in laundry detergent, but we think that your victim will be able to sniff out your dastardly deed before it is done. Also, you can try and fill some in a balloon, blow it up and set it in their room. If you have a dog that loves to bite balloons, then you’re pretty much set. Just set it up, let the pup in, and you’re golden (retriever). You will thank me later. Because normal glitter is not as elegant and can look clunky.
Instant snow, in the Summer. That should brighten their day up a little bit! So I think this is temperature dependent.