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Submitted by:Kerry Quinn

Glitter Bath Panel

Materials used

PVA glue

250g of glitter

Car lacquer.

How I made it

First  give the panel a light sand followed by a wipe over to remove dust.

Mix half a pot of the glitter with around about a cup of PVA glue (this glue is similar to Elmers or Modpodge glue)- it should be quite a thick consistency.

Glitter Bath Panel 2

Use a gloss roller to apply a thin coat of the glitter and glue and leave to dry.  Keep applying coats until you get the look you would like (mine was about 5/6). Once completely dry give it a couple of coats of clear car lacquer.

Glittered bath panel

Note:  I did this project round a year ago now and it still looks lovely and sparkles so well in candle light. It saved me a fortune in a new corner bath panel!

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  1. Jane Evans

    Hi Kerri where do you get the car laquer from please?

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  3. Erika

    You have just created a glitter monster! I’m going to glitterfy everything I possibly can without getting a divorce lol! Amazing concept and thank you for also adding that it’s endured its awesomeness over time, especially in a bathroom! ????????❤️

  4. Lea

    Wow wow wow love this. Not sure my hubby would allow it but I can dream x