Gold glitter believe wood sign

Do you remember the day when Target didn't have a one spot? It's like thinking about peanut butter without the jelly.  Or mac without the cheese.  But I digress.

I'm sure the one spot is the first place you stop when you walk into Target.  They didn't put it in front of the doors for nothing.  Them there are marketing geniuses!

One such afternoon when I found myself in Target, I saw this plain wood sign for only $3.
Believe isn't the first word I would have been drawn to, but it's the only raw wood one they had and I thought it would look super awesome with a nice coat of gold glitter on it.  I mean, heck, what doesn't look good with gold glitter on it?

I super duper love the decoart metallic paints.  They really do come out metallic which is hard to find. I thought I would do a base coat of gold just in case the glitter didn't sufficiently cover it.

After the paint was dry, I put a coat of mod podge on top.

Sprinkle your gold glitter all over that puppy and then shake off the excess. I sprayed it with a mod podge sealer to keep the glitter in one place, though it doesn't seem to make a difference because, you know, glitter.

Stand back and admire your handiwork!
I had all the supplies on hand, minus the sign, so the project cost me only $3 to complete and was done in about an hour.

I think it would make a great photo booth prop to hold {wedding season} or it could be a great addition to a kids room, especially in their dress up corner.
How do you feel about glitter? Do you love it as much as I do?

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