DIY Glitter Foil Trees

Check out my cheap and chic glitter trees. They look so fancy are so easy to make!
What you need
Foil Glitter (Or large flake glitter) - They sell bags of this at Michaels
Spray adhesive
Cardboard Cone
1. Place your cone on a piece of newspaper or large piece of cardboard. Spray half of your cone with spray adhesive (TIP: Spray the cardboard while holding it up in the air.)
2. Place a sheet of paper under your sprayed cone and QUICKLY pour your glitter on the section of the cone with the spray adhesive. The reason you need the sheet of paper is so you can catch your glitter and save it. If you pour the glitter over the newspaper it will stick to the spray adhesive you just sprayed everywhere. Make sense? Duh! Hurry, the glue dries quickly. No time for chit chat.
3. Spray the other side of your tree and immediately pour glitter over that side as well. Continue until entire tree is finished. Pat glitter down with hand so everything is secure. You can spray with a clear spray paint if you wish to lock in all the glitter so it doesn't flake off from time to time.

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