Cut small triangle
Cut a small triangle shape out of the plastic sheet, then use that cutout as a template to cut multiple triangle pieces of the same size.
Cut slit in middle
Next, cut a slit directly in the middle of the triangle from the bottom halfway up. Then cut a slit from the top of a second triangle down to the middle.
Poke a hole close to top
Using a sewing machine needle, poke a hole close to the top of the tip of each triangle with the slit cut from the bottom. Draw the needle all the way through so you create a wide enough hole for wire to go through.
Insert pieces into each other
These two triangle pieces can now be inserted into each other to form a mini "tree"
Add Mod Podge
Using a small paint brush, spread a thick layer of Mod Podge along the bottom edges of the mini tree. Don't miss any of the sides, be sure to get the back and front of each edge.
Dip edges into glitter
Did the Mod Podge® covered edges into the glitter and set aside upright to dry. If you're using beads, you will need to sprinkle them onto each Mod Podge® filled edge.
Cut jewelry wire
While trees are drying, cut pieces of jewelry wire to about an inch and a half in length. Bend these jewelry wire hangers into a variety of cute shapes, always leaving a place to hook on your ornament on one end and to hang from the other end.