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Some ideas include:
-Small stones or pebbles
-Small antique door knobs
Just clean the top of thumbtack with alcohol and do the same to the part of the item to be glued to the thumbtack to ensure a clean gluing. Use of epoxy is suggested, however, goop or super glue can be used for some items.
Enjoy your new addition to your bulletin board…. it will show your personality and uniqueness by adding charm or flare to an area of your home that is surely busy. I hope this brings a smile to your face every time you see your little creations.
Use a scrap piece of fabric or get one ready to go for the next rainy day! It needs to be slightly larger then the mouse pad.
You will also need an spray can of all purpose glue and a sharp pair of fabric scissors.
When you are ready simply spray the underside of fabric and top of mouse pad…. lay fabric top up on mouse pad. Use a ruler of pencil to roll the folds off the edges. Let dry for recommended time on can.
Then trim the edges to fit the shape of the mouse perfectly. When done use fray check (fray stopping glue) around edges.
Your done…. you spruced up an old mouse pad and personalized it to fit your personality. Now try another (even if you have to buy a cheap mouse pad) for a friend!
- Scrapbook Paper- Colors of Choice
- Stickers – Letters
- Darice Self-Stick Gems
- Americana® Acrylic Paint – Primary Red
- Acrylic Paint – White
- Paint Brush
- Sharpie® Fine-Tip Permanent Marker – Black
- Ribbon of Choice
- Crayola® Glue Stick
- Paper Towels
- Paper Plate
- Paint canvas board red, let dry.
- Mix small amount of red and white paint together to create pink. Use end of paintbrush and make dots on canvas.
- Cut heart and wings from paper and glue to canvas board as shown.
- Outline design with black Sharpie®.
- Add gemstones as desired.
- Add glitter letters to heart.
- Glue ribbon to top back of canvas board for hanging.
General Supplies & Tools
Drill and W bit
Brayer or large dowel
1 . Enlarge Kinara pattern to desired size and copy onto pine. Using scroll saw, cut out wood. Center and drill seven W deep holes in top of holder.
2. Cut paper or fabric slightly larger than side of candle holder. Brush liberal coat of decoupage medium onto one side of candle holder, then gently apply paper. Roll with large dowel to smooth and remove any air bubbles. Brush decoupage medium over top of paper and let dry. Using craft knife, trim excess paper from edges. Repeat process for other side, ends, and top of candle holder.
3. Paint grooves and bottom of candle holder with coordinating acrylic paint.