Monday, February 16, 2009

More Mod Podge

I made these for my little girls room. I loved the way they turned out!

(much cuter in person)

all you need to make these are:

Plain white canvases from your local art supply store

Scrapbook paper (that is what I used, you could probably use fabric also)

Mod Podge- to glue the paper on and then applied over the whole thing

Buttons

Hot Glue- to attach the buttons

Ribbon

Stapler- to attach the ribbon to the canvas

There you have it, your very own wall art and everyone will think you are an artist!

12 comments:

Christy said...

CUTE!

Jessica said...

So adorable! You are uber talented.

Kari said...

Hi Kathryn and Melissa! I love this modge podge idea and your car seat covers! Would you mind if I featured these this week on UCreate? Email me at ucreatecrafts@gmail.com if that's okay. Thanks so much!! -Kari

TheMorts said...

Those are so cute!!! And clever! you could do it with about a million different things!
Melissa (in Kentucky)

Controlling My Chaos said...

I love these. The owl is my favorite.

Amanda said...

I love this! I want artwork for my kids' rooms and this looks easy buy unique.

Thanks!

em said...

These are so cute in the baby's room, Melissa...you did a VERY good job on them, and it's a good idea to know how to make these...thanks for the tips! ;)

Anonymous said...

love these..whats mod podge though... is it like pva glue ?

Amy said...

now I see the answer to an above question- you made these and I love them even more up close! SO ADORABLE!

Monica said...

Great idea! My decor is more "primitive"...maybe I'll do some of these, but use images such as sheep or prim chickens!

I just found your website today and I am enjoying all your old posts.

A belated congrats on the new addition to your family. I had a daughter in February. How do you find time to craft with a little one? I haven't learned the secret yet! ;)

Anonymous said...

Hey,
I love this project how cute it is.
Do you have a pattern for this birdie
one?
I WANT TO MAKE IT ...ALL OF YOUR CRAFTS ARE SO NICE AND THANKS FOR WRITING THEM SO WE ALL UNDERSTAND!

Melissa said...

I am sorry I don't have a pattern, I just free handed it! Good Luck, I am sure yours will be just as cute!!