In turn, a children's drawing into a Pin - Mod collection rocks
Don’t throw a child's drawing in the trash – this, in turn, adorable art pieces in the flair pins! This is a fun and unique way to display children’s art!
If you have the little one in your life (nieces, nephews, sons, daughters, etc.), then you might be like me. I Packed a folder with the hand of Picasso, doodles and sweet love notes.subscribed br>you can easily turn a delightful children's drawing in flair pins! This is a fun way to display and wear the work of your favorite Monet.
It’s also a great way to display children’s art, or? Otherwise, the folder is Packed with drawings, either sitting or it ends in a baby-box – or worse, the trash!
These pins are the gifts you’ll always treasure, and then are perfect for mother’s day, or grandparents’s day. They are very easy to make – here’s how it’s done!
children’s drawings Turned Into gifts
Here’s what you’ll need to:
Mod hodgepodge gloss
Thin Mat board
hot glue gun
Set the work of art, and choose with parts to make you’d like, in pens. I cut the images so that there is still some paper around it.
apply a small amount of Mod smorgasbord on the rear of the doodles and securely to the Mat Board. Smooth with the back of your finger, but be careful not to chalk or pencil to RUB off the drawings.
Then, apply another layer of Mod-pick-and-mix at the top, creating a nice layer of protection. After the Mod-hodgepodge dries completely (about 10-15 minutes), use some fun paper shredder to punch out the drawings.
I also have a pair of scissors for a more precise cut, if the heart.
Once all of the drawings, flip it over and stick it back on the pin. Let it dry for about 10 minutes.
Then you will wear with pride! Or give them back to the small sweet gifts.
If you love the idea of your children’s drawings to Tinker, why not try this chest of drawers makeover? Click on the image below to go visit the tutorial: