What you need:
-Mod Podge (Glue)
-Paint brush (to use with Mod Podge)
-Pink glitter (you can use any color of your choice)
-Clear nail polish
-Cardboard/poster board (to use as your work station— you don’t want glitter on your floor
First- Paint the Mod Podge on the area you want glittered on the charger. Do one side at a
time so you can let each layer of glitter dry after applying.
Second- Sprinkle some glitter on your work surface. Press the side of the charger with
Mod Podge applied on it down on the glitter. The sides of the charger are harder to cover,
you may need to apply Mod Podge and sprinkle the glitter directly on the charger. Then
dust excess glitter off with your fingertip lightly.
Third- Glitter can also be applied to the USB end and an iPhone plug-in if you have an
iPhone. Use the same method that was used for the wall outlet block of the charger. Try not
to get glitter in the little nooks and crannies of the USB end, etc. You don’t want glitter
getting stuck in your phone or computer port.
Last- After you've applied the glitter, use a clear nail polish to seal the work. Use a couple
of layers to really secure it, letting each layer dry completely in between coats.
Now you have a fabulous new phone charger and will stand out from the rest. This is a great
DIY project that can be done anytime for a great price! Enjoy!
By- Kristin Chykirda