Dear Glitter -
Now that the holiday preparations are just about complete [and I'm done with you], I have some issues to discuss before I pack you away. As with all good performance reviews, we will go over the positives first. Yes, it's true, you are sparkly and fine like diamond dust. You turn the dull into the gleaming. You are quite a delight and shimmer in the light.
Now, for the constructive feedback [and real reason we're having this chat]. You never leave. You stick around in places you do not belong. Waxed paper, containers and plastic bags just do not hold you. I do not want you in my hair, on my face, on Scott's face, on the floor, on my CAMERA LENS, etc. You get the picture?
So, please see what you can do about yourself and speak to the person who endlessly promotes you. Perhaps you can both come up with a full proof method of application?
See you next year. Shine on.
xo, Cindy Sparkle
PS The fabric trees were created using a pattern from The Small Object with a few of my own modifications:
- No sewing, I used fabric glue and pinked the edges for the cones.
- A small piece of cotton was placed between the layers to separate them.
- Instead of hot glue, I strung a bead on thread and sewed up from the bottom attaching a bead at the top so they would wobble around a bit.