1 Hannah begins explaining the project.
2 The first step is to make stencils using the Craft Punches. The stencils are created out of freezer paper.
3 Our punches come in many fun and different designs.
4 Here, Hannah is demonstrating what the stencil should look like. Using the Craft Punch she put a star-shaped punch through the freezer paper. She then cut around the punch creating a small square. Once the stencil is cut, you can place it on the item to be decorated.
5 A four-leaf clover and ladybug punch.
6 This is the freezer paper and small sponges that are used to dab glue on the item being decorated. The glue should cover the surface area inside the stencil.
7 Here are all the supplies needed - Craft Punches, glue, freezer paper, a sponge, and of course, glitter.
8 Our glitter comes in many bright colors.
9 The interns begin crafting.
10 Molly, a Cornell University graduate and Events Intern, Melanie, a student at Cornell University and Digital Editorial Intern, and Laura, a student at the University of Michigan and Editorial Intern for MSL Magazine, begin making their stencils.
11 Here, Francesca who attends Georgetown University and is a Corporate IT Intern, is placing cupcake stencils on her apron.
12 Product Design Interns, Jeni, a student at Pratt and Rebecca, a student at RISD begin glittering their canvas satchels.
13 Here, Carrie, an Intern in the International department and student at Ohio State University, is cutting out an anchor stencil.
14 Retail Marketing Intern and student at the University of Pennsylvania, Courtney, made stencils using the crab Punch.
15 Once the stencils are made, the next step is ironing them onto the item being glittered. The freezer paper should be placed shiny side down. Hannah helped Abby, a Book and Special Projects Editorial Intern and student at Trinity College, iron whale stencils onto her shirt.
16 After ironing the stencils, Amy, a student at the University of Maryland and Consumer Marketing Intern, added gold glitter to her shirt.
17 Angelica just peeled off the stencils. The glittered butterfly, apple, and sun came out perfect! Angelica attends the University of California at San Diego and is a Finance Intern.
18 Melanie and Laura showing off their finished products. They both used the flower Craft Punch.
19 Abby with her finished shirt. She created a pattern using the different colors of glitter. The whales look great!
20 Francesca modeling her apron that she glittered cupcakes onto.
21 Art Intern for MSL Magazine and student at RISD, Melissa, proudly showed off her canvas bag with glitter ice cream cones.
22 The glitter works on glass too! Andrew, a Law Intern, glittered seahorses on this glass bottle.
23 Hannah with Francesca, Allison, Rachel, Ann, Jeni, Anna, and Rachel. The Interns were delighted with the end result.
24 Students at the University of Michigan, Kathryn and Sarah, with their satchels. Kathryn, a Human Resources Intern created a beach theme using crabs and anchors. Editorial Intern for Weddings Magazine, Sarah, used bunnies.
25 These once dull items now stand out with lots of sparkle.
26 All the interns with Hannah.