Coat the terra cotta pot in a light coat of mod podge, then immediately cover the pot in the glitter, doing this over the bowl so you don’t make a giant mess on the table (even though this is still a highly likely event). Set the terra cotta pot aside to dry completely.
Place one of the 3-inch foam balls inside the terra cotta pot, if desired, hot glue it in place.
Coat the visible portion of the foam ball in mod podge then immediately sprinkle the glitter over it, covering it completely.
Insert a 2-3 inch section of the bamboo stick into each of the remaining 3-inch foam balls and a 6-8 -inch section of the bamboo stick into the larger foam ball as handles, then, working with one ball at a time, coat them in a thin layer of mod podge, then cover in the glitter, holding it over the bowl as you work. When ready to set that foam ball aside, you can poke the other end of the foam ball into the foam ball in the terra cotta pot. When all of the foam balls are fully coated, set them all aside to dry completely.
When the Mod Podge is completely dry, insert a second 2-3 inch section of a bamboo stick into each of the 3-inch foam balls, about ¾ inches from the first one.
Using the two bamboo sticks in the 3-inch balls, attach the smaller balls to the large one, about 3-4 inches apart to make your Mickey's head. Add hot glue to hold the foam balls together, if desired.
At this point, if you want to reduce the amount of glitter falling off your pot and Mickey head, you can apply an additional coat of Mod Podge. Allow that to dry completely before continuing.
Position the Mickey head straight in the pot, then trim the various white and silver floral picks to the length desired and insert them into the pot around Mickey's head. Place in the center of your table and enjoy!