Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Make Valentine window Clings for the kids

These valentine window clings so easily – everything you need is colorful acrylic paint and Mod-hodgepodge, this fun-holiday-kids-project!
One of the first projects I have for My Aqua Valentine is a valentine’s crafts for kids – heart of glass clings! Perfect for children, but absolutely awesome fun for adults as well. You can believe that you can make window clings out of acrylic paint and Mod smorgasbord?
it done before, and I couldn’t it stand to do with some new colors. This time it was turquoise and gold, perfectly suited for my Valentine’s day series. I decided to go ahead and make some valentine window clings.
Are you interested in keeping your children busy for hours, and play then stick with glass? Take a look at the tutorial below!

Valentine window Clings
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Paint in colors of your choice – I used FolkArt and Martha Stewart paint
gallery glass Leading blanks – not sure what these are made of, but you are in a very smooth plastic
Mod hodgepodge gloss
dissemination tool – I have to see a spatula in the picture above
Sharpie – light color
scissors

I pressed Mod hodgepodge directly on the leading spaces. Only a large puddle.
press some color directly into the Mod-hodgepodge. You only need a little. The less paint you add, the more translucent, the clings will be. I love it, will be able to use up that leftover paint!
Mix it up with the spatula. Children can color in any case, this part – Mod smorgasbord is non-toxic and made in the USA (the).
Spread it on the leading blank. You look awesome in the color! Leave overnight to dry.
Peel the Mod-hodgepodge from the surface in a bowl. I turned the Mod hodgepodge of patty, and began drawing hearts on the back with a silver Sharpie. The more translucent, the Mod-hodgepodge patty, the brighter is the Sharpie you’ll want to use, so that you can’t see the lines drawing, if you in the window.
OR maybe you can cut the heart out of the draw first. I can't do it. As you can see above, I can barely hand draw a heart, much less a cut. What is my problem?
you Cut out their hearts, the Mod-hodgepodge patty.
Here are some of the finished heart to the Leading Blank. You won’t want to stack them, which clings on top of each other, because they stay together. Leave this until you hold you want to the window.

Have fun gluing sticks to your glass! If it’s a little colder, and you want them to stick to only warm them in your hands or blow your hot breath on the back. They stick good.
If you save aren’t about the clings, you are on the leading blank, so that you don’t stick together (you can bag in a gallon Ziploc). Have fun bonding – and you use tons of colors (but mostly aqua).

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