Glittered Holiday Letters

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Glitter holiday letters are in all the catalogs.

glittered holiday letters

But did you know they are an easy and fun project, 
and you can make them yourself.

I began by cutting the letters N O E L out of 
cardboard from an old box.

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I added tiny grommets to the top of each letter, 
then painted them silver on the front and back.

glittered holiday letters

Each letter got a coat of Modge Podge 
then sprinkled with German glass glitter. 

glittered holiday letters

glittered holiday letters

When the letters were dry I strung them on waxed twine.

glittered holiday letters

Then hung them on a wreath.

glittered holiday letters

You can read about the wreath hanger project here.

You can create smaller letters for a longer garland. 
String the garland on your tree or across the mantel.

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  1. Adding grommets is SO smart! Love this.

  2. Love it attached to the wreath! I just found a NOEL banner I did last year on sheet music and I think I'm going to tie it to a wreath. And P.S., of course when I was at Target this morning I had to pick up that little pick-up truck. =)


  3. That looks great and so easy!
    Thank you for sharing;)

  4. I've been planning on doing something like this for the past few months. I love it! The grommets and the glitter are perfect!

  5. So pretty! I am obsessed with glitter this year!! Such a fun way to add sparkle to your holidays decorating :)


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