Glitterized Phone Charger DIY Project

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Every chargeable item in our home comes of course, with a charger.  But, with 6 members in our family the charger chaos is huge.  Someone anyone is apt to snatch someone’s charger accidentally.  My teenage daughter and her friends, dealing with the same problem at sleepovers and such, decided to take these matters into their own hands.  I came home one day last week to find that they were solving the problem by glitterizing their chargers.  This is a great and purposeful DIY craft project for kids, teens and anyone who want to personalize their charger.  (Step by step directions at the end of the post.)

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I think it was a cute touch to do both ends of the charger.

Choose your glitter color of choice.  The girls used fine glitter.

Bringing the 70’s crafts back – Mod Podge style.  A bottle of something you haven’t seen for awhile.

Carefully wrap the important ends with tape.

Sprinkle glitter over the plastic part of the charger you wish to decorate.

Let the excess shake off.

Let the chargers sit to dry.

Start on the phone end next.  After taping the metal part for protection, paint on the Mod Podge.

Sprinkle the glitter again.

They’re not going to be confused at the next sleep over over which charger is theirs.

They liked their project.

It turned out quite glam.

Glitterized Phone Charger DIY Project

Materials:  Mod Podge, Glitter, Paint Brush, Clear Finger Nail Polish

Step 1:  Tape the metal parts of the charger for protection.

Step 2:  Paint on glue with paintbrush.

Step 3:  Shake glitter over the glued areas.

Step 4:  Set to dry.

Step 5:  Repeat Step 2 and Step 3.

Step 6:  Set to dry

Step 6:  Seal with clear fingernail polish.

Step 7:  Set to dry.

 Do you have any tricks for keeping your chargers organized?

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  1. Such a fun idea!!! Love it!

  2. Sooo cute!! Creative, craftsy girls!!!!!! I know it does a mama’s heart good with all that glitter! LOL :)

  3. Shelley Davis says:

    If you mix your glitter with sparkle mod podge, your glitter won’t fall off & it sparkles more!!! Just got an iPad & I can’t wait to do this to my charger!! Fantastic idea!!!

  4. Why don’t you just use sparkly nail polish.?

  5. Among me and my husband we’ve owned more MP3 gamers through the years than I can count, together with Sansas, iRivers, iPods (basic & touch), the Ibiza Rhapsody, etc. But, the last few several years I’ve settled down to one line of gamers.

  6. craftlover says:

    soo cute! :)

  7. craftlover says:

    :) 😉

  8. Super exeitcd to see more of this kind of stuff online.

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