Last year, I had purchased pumpkins from Target and put glue on them and covered in glitter. When I pulled the pumpkins out some of the glitter had fallen off. So I had to touch them up this year. Just this week I learned of a trick to help keep loose glitter in place and not all over your house or inside your storage box. One for the ladies at work told me that after she glues the glitter to what ever she’s doing (in this case gourds) and once the glitter is dry, she goes over with hair spray. So I thought what the heck, it can’t hurt can it? So I waited for my reapplied glitter to dry and blasted my pumpkins with hair spray.
Looking at these skulls, I knew from past glitter experience I wasn’t going to sit and glitter each one of these with glue glitter. That seemed like it would take too much time. I had read about using the Krylon Glitter Blast. To save myself, time, a big glittery mess and a headache, I headed to Hobby Lobby, picked up some Krylon Glitter Blast paint, and got to work painting my skulls. Be warned one can does not go far. Between the skulls and two of the chargers I used 3 cans of the spray paint.