Mod Podge Key Chain Tutorial


  Mod Podge week continues and today I am showing you how to make the EASIEST key chain ever. I swear. Using the Mod Podge podgeables, rub-on-transfers and some glow in the dark Mod Podge I rocked a key chain perfect for dad. I know Father's day has come and gone, but these key chains are easy peasy and you can customize yours with your own word choice. I have to say this would be a fun little kids activity. I can see this being a hit at a tween sleepover. No? The podgeables. Rub-0n-transfers. Glow in the Dark Mod Podge. All you do is pick your words, ...

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DIY Fourth of July Flip Flops


First off, I want to start by telling you I am in LOVE with this project. I have a million and one reasons running through my head as to why one might want to paint flip flops. Literally anyone can do this and I am so excited about the flip flops I will be rocking this Fourth of July. We ran to Walmart on Ross's lunch yesterday. You can see more about our shopping trip here. I picked up some Elmer's Single Painters Pens and flip flops along with groceries and lunch. Talk about a one stop shop. This is my second project using Elmer's Painters Pens (check out project uno here). I ...

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Hunger Game Magnets With Printable & Other Ideas

Hunger Games Magnets

Y'all remember last week when I shared a quick tutorial on making magnets (here). The first time around I used some scrapbook paper I had handy. Today I am going to share two different ideas using the same process. The Hunger Games has been all the rage. I read the whole series before I even knew it was becoming a movie and fell in love. The series seems to be catching on everywhere and has even become required reading in some schools. Not only did I whip up these magnets, but I included a printable so you can too! If you are a teacher looking for a fun activity, or a parent of a teen ...

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