You know that saying, "it's about the journey not the destination"? Nah. I'm going to help you get to the desired destination without some of the unnecessary steps along the way. This glitter champagne bottle tutorial is to help you avoid the mistakes I made. So let's jump into it!
Materials: bottle of champagne, Mod Podge, sponge paint brush, glitter
Cost: About $20 for Mod Podge, adhesive spray, glitter, and sponge brush
Time: No real prep, application is about five minutes, drying is recommended for several hours
pour glitter all over the bottle
spray bottle with adhesive glue
Step 4 is where I went wrong. After the glitter and glue are dry, you still need to seal the glitter to avoid flaking. Instead of the spray, I followed a tutorial that suggested re-applying a layer of Mod Podge. Big mistake! That actually started stripping all of the glitter off and made the process much harder than it needed to be. But lucky for you, I have the solution to missing glitter should you need to apply more - step 5.
The glue will look thick, but that's OK it dries clear.
Let the bottle dry overnight to be safe, and voila! Your glitter champagne bottle project is completed. Are you singing "throw some glitter make it rain" in your best Ke$ha voice? Because I am...