Fourth of July Craft: Dollar store candy dish
Of decor are missing in the patriot? This Fourth of July craft is perfect – just to cover a dollar store-star dish with tissue paper and Sparkle Mod smorgasbord.
I’said ve many times before, that I have never been very Patriotic when it comes to crafts. It’s not because I don’t love, life in the United States or for a specific reason, as I only’t set up for this type of holiday.
This year I’m correct the situation with a couple of fun, crafts, have, perfect for the Fourth of July. And this happens to be perfect, both for children as well as – it uses Sparkle Mod collection, which is so awesome when you see it in person.
in addition, the supplies are minimal . . . but the fun of it is not. Here’s how I made this dish.
4. July Dollar store candy dish
This will Collect Supplies
star-shaped dish (got mine from Dollar Tree)
Sparkle Mod-hodgepodge (you can also kids washout Mod-hodgepodge, if children are involved)
Tissue paper in red, white and blue
I love the $1 glass. It’s ideal for decoupage and guess what: it’s A dollar!
you can Start cutting your tissue paper in all shapes you like. I have squares. And when I thought about it, I realized that you could to with a blow. What paper circles with silk? This could be fun.
Grab the Mod collection and start adding tissue paper squares to the outside of the shell. Overlapping end randomly. It doesn’t really matter how you do it, or if it wrinkles. It’s good.
Keep layering the tissue paper until the entire star dish is covered. You can preserve regular Mod hodgepodge at this point, the Sparkle Mod smorgasbord . . . or you can formula Mod smorgasbord down with the gloss. It’s up to you.
Once you are done with the squares and the project has dried, that is, if you coat the entire bowl with Sparkle Mod smorgasbord. They give several layers and allow to drylet.br> Then pour your candy in, and try not to eat it in a day. I’m not a big fan of the red hots so this dish will still take a while (someone has which candy strategy??).
This dish I have to make about 30 minutes . . . and now I have some Patriotic decor. Try these Fourth of July crafts, when you have a chance!