Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Glow-in-the-Dark key toppers

Learn how to help you sweet glow in the dark key toppers – to keep track of which button is the and easy you can find these in your bag.

Last year, I got my hands on some Glow-in-the-Dark-Mod-hodgepodge for a Halloween project thinking that I’d be fun living with it. But then I realized – hold the phone! – GITD Mod hodgepodge has some great practical applications.
How often have you browse for finding keys in the dark depths of the handbag? Today, I’m going to show you how to help you strikers cute key to keep track of which key is to find the and easily in your pocket.
DIY Key Toppers
Versorgt

Glow-in-the-Dark-Mod-Sammelsurium
Schwamm-Pinsel
Schl├╝ssel
Franz branntwein
Papier-Handt├╝cher
waxed paper /aluminum foil
scrapbook paper
scissors
x-acto knife
acrylic sealer or clear nail Polish


directions
Clean all of your keys with rubbing alcohol and allow to drylet.br>
Cut your scrapbooking paper into strips, about 3/4 of a centimeter to two centimeters. You wear a thick layer of GITD Mod smorgasbord on the top of one side of a key with a sponge brush.

Put a rectangle of paper on the Mod-hodgepodge, to hold the adjustment holes of the key is exposed.

Flip button & paper over, apply another layer of GITD Mod conglomeration, and fold to cover the paper in half, the back of the button.


you Paint the entire upper side of the key (both sides) with GITD Mod smorgasbord and let it dry. I recommend that these dry on waxed paper instead of tin foil like me, but I’ve made so many messy projects that I ran in last time out of waxed paper!
If you are desperate and use foils just be careful to turn the key as you dry so that you don’t glue on the foil and destroyed. I speak from experience…

With a X-Acto knife with a fresh blade, carefully cut the excess paper from each key, like.

apply another thick layer of GITD Mod hodgepodge about each of the buttons, especially on the edges of the key to seal the cut edges you just created. If you are, your key is completely dry, use an acrylic sealant or a layer of clear nail Polish to seal them.

Quick tip on the use of GITD Mod smorgasbord: If you’re looking for your key to glowing less than you’d like, you are in the sun for a few hours “download” you. Also, the more GITD Mod smorgasbord that you use, the better your glow!

was’to capture enough light , the glow-in-the-dark effect in action, above on the left image simulated.
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