glitter not bitter.


remove glitter with play dough!

i have been told, more than once, but less than a million times

that people in my presence

inexplicably end up with glitter

stuck to them or on their food or in unexpectedly odd places

or see traces of it stuck to my face or hair or feet

ย while it is true that i do enjoy a great love

of the sparkling wonder that is glitter

i know there are those of you

who may need an easy way

to rid yourself, or your things, or your cake, or your abode

of all that remains

i have a fine gift for you

an easy and magical method to clean it up

you are welcome.

clearing up glitter can be tough. it turns out that there’s one easy way to get rid of those sparkles that spread everywhere. just grab some play dough and press it over the affected areas. that’s pretty much it.

“she who leaves a trail of glitter will never be forgotten.”

-some wise person

68 responses »

  1. That’s a great tip, Beth. Our powerful vacuum cleaner does not manage to pick up glitter from the carpet. Until recently, we could still see some shining that had fallen off of Christmas cards! Each tiny piece had to be removed by hand. I will need to buy some play-dough though. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. Oh my gosh this might just be the best “how to” post ever!! Everyone that knows me knows that I don’t like glitter. If you were to ask my grandkids to name something I don’t like, they would all say glitter at the same time. Lol ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿคฃ ๐Ÿ˜†. I do think it looks pretty on certain crafts its just the mess I don’t like.

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