Making your own Glitter Paper – TNT! 28


Hey Everyone! 

Tanner here bringing your TNT video today! 🙂 

Have you ever wanted to make your own glitter paper? It’s super easy and TONS of fun! 

Here’s whatcha need : 

– Xyron

– White Cardstock 

Glitter

That’s all it takes! Even if you don’t have a xyron, You can use tacky glue with a paint brush 🙂 

Now doesn’t that Glitter look great?! I Love it! It will there for Years and years to come. 

So I hope I taught you something that you will be able to use 😀 

Make sure to use GREAT Adhesive and pick great Glitter too! 

Hope you all enjoyed todays video and Post, Have a Great Day! 


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28 thoughts on “Making your own Glitter Paper – TNT!

  • Becky

    Love this … and why is it that I never think of these simple ideas! Thank you for sharing, going to go make some right now and then share with friends!

  • Jane Dubois

    Thank you Tanner! I have everything I need, but I never put it all together before. You do indeed think out of the box. I love people who can do that.

  • Merry

    That is a great idea! I received a gift of all kinds of colored glitter and have yet to use it so this is something I can and will do!! Thank you!

  • Cheryl

    Aweome idea…would be great for letters too (just cut the letters first with you Cricut, then run them though the Xyron wrong side up and apply the glitter…woo hoo. I have a scrapbook club meeting this weekend, will be certain to demo and share. Thanks Tanner!!!

  • Barb Smith

    This would be especially good for any shape that you might like to want glittered. For example, you could cut raindeer or ornaments and then glitter them to your liking. It seems easier on your equipment than cutting purchased glitter paper. TFS.

    Barb from Toronto, Canada

  • Barb Smith

    This would be especially good for any shape that you might like to want glittered. For example, you could cut reindeer or ornaments and then glitter them to your liking. It seems easier on your equipment than cutting purchased glitter paper. TFS.

    Barb from Toronto, Canada

  • Janet T

    If you use a bone folder to rub in the glitter it is easier to get the glitter to stay on and not come off. Then hit off any excess into the paper so as to not waste any ;D I really don’t like things that get all over the person receiving the card or item after handling them…

  • jen

    I make glitter paper all the time!! So fun!! I do add in one step, I massage the glitter into the adheasive to get it to stick better and then dump back into paper. Less will fall off later when in the project.
    Thanks for the video!!!
    Jen

  • Barb

    I have used sticky back paper and even labels for some smaller projects. I found that burnishing the glitter will keep it from falling off. Put another piece of paper over the glittered paper and run your bone folder over it, or you can use a brayer. Run over it several times.

  • Lucia Gonzalez

    Super great idea, tks for sharing, and you also can do it with all the colors of glitter and paper you can imagine, tks again!

  • Shelly

    A dah that’s a great tip why didn’t I think of that myself! You gals are so creative and great with tips too! Thanks I will be using this tip in an upcoming invititation cards I will be making for a girlfriend!

  • Valerie

    Hi, great idea!!! I have seen on youtube where the person then ran the paper (with another piece of paper on top) through the Big Shot or Cuddlebug to really set that glitter into the adhesive. Thanks for sharing!

  • Just A Pac Rat

    Another great tip! I also seal my glittered projects after braying, don’t want the cuteness falling off. I use a clear acrylic spray sealer because it is quick and easy but modge podge would do too! TFS

  • Krista

    I LOVE this tip! I used to it make glitter circles to make a frame for a pic on a scrapbook page and also to glitter yellow should pads for my Nutcracker Soldiers. I just ran my paper through my Xyron then into glitter. I literally rubbed the glitter off with my fingers to get the loose glitter off and still TONS stuck to the paper! Thank you!