Archive for picture frames
1) Scrapbook Paper Clipboards
Materials: Clipboard, Scrapbook Paper of your choice, Mod Podge, Ribbon, and a Pen or Pencil
All you do is trace the outline of the clipboard onto the back of the scrapbook paper, cut it out and glue it to the clipboard with Mod Podge. Once it dries you can add the person’s initial or whatever you want to add to it! Then add a top layer of Mod Podge. Once everything is dry you can add a notepad and tie a pen or pencil to the clip with a ribbon. Perfect for a little girl’s birthday party!
Materials: 4X4 Ceramic Tile, Scrapbook Paper of your choice, Mod Podge, Clear Spray Paint, and Felt
Cut the scrapbook paper into 4X4 squares, glue it to the ceramic tile with the Mod Podge, once it dries spray the clear spray paint to seal it. After the spray paint is dry, glue the felt onto the bottom and Viola! you have coasters.
3) Scrapbook Paper Picture Frames
Materials: Inexpensive Unfinished Picture Frame, Scrapbook Paper of your choice, Spray Adhesive, Foam Brush, Paint, Scissors, X-acto Knife, and Mod Podge
First trace the frame onto the scrapbook paper and cut out the template. Paint the frame whatever color would look best with your scrapbook paper. Once the frame is dry spray the back of the scrapbook paper with the spray adhesive. Then stick the paper to the frame. Use the X-acto knife to trim any excess paper. To seal the paper to the frame use Mod Podge.
4) Lip Gloss
Materials: Vaseline, Kool-Aid, Lip Gloss Containers, and Labels
Heat 1 cup of Vaseline in the microwave in 30 second increments until the Vaseline is liquid. Stir in one package of Kool-Aid (whatever flavor you choose) until the crystals are completely dissolved. The cherry flavor has a little tint to it! Pour the mixture into the lip gloss containers and let them solidify. Print labels with the different flavors and adhere them to the top of the containers.
5) DIY Crayons
Materials: New or Used Crayons and Silicon Baking Tray
Peel the labels off of the crayons and break them. Fit them into the silicon baking tray you are going to use. Bake in the oven for 25 minutes on 200 degrees. Silicone baking trays come in all shapes and sizes so you can have all sorts of crayons.