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Glitter Wine Bottle Centerpieces

Glitter Wine Bottle Centerpieces

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Add color and shine to your Purim table with these glittery centerpieces.

You will need:

  • Mod-podge
  • A brush
  • Glitter
  • An empty, clean glass bottle

Directions:

  1. Working with small areas, spread the mod-podge over the class and immediately pour glitter over it.
  2. Mix it up and get creative with color and design!
  3. Set the bottle aside for 6 hours until dry.



Don't want to get messy with all that glitter? Use duct tape instead! There are so many colors and patterns to choose from. We chose metallic colors to keep with our glittery theme. Just wrap it around the bottle.


For the past 12 years, Abbey Wolin has been bringing creativity back to the classroom. She has held positions as a regular and special education teacher in various schools. She is currently the lead designer and founder of Not 2 Shabbey, a company specializing in hand painted personalized gifts. You can reach Abbey by visiting Not2Shabbey.com.
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JCreate February 17, 2015

Let us know if you have any questions! Reply

Hadassah N.M. B. February 16, 2015

glue? does glue work as well as modge podge? Reply