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Get Crafty with Mod Podge - Part 9

Get Crafty with Mod Podge - Part 9

As National Mod Podge Month comes to a close and summer is right around the corner, we want to help you start your summer off right with some fun crafts to keep your kids occupied. Instead of being glued to the TV all summer, let your kids get creative by letting their imaginations run wild with these ideas. We have gathered a variety of crafts that your kids will have fun making and playing with for hours. Learn more about how you can make your summer full of family fun with the below crafts! 

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Celebrate a birthday, July 4th, and more by crafting colorful party poppers.
 

Give tic-tac-toe a twist by creating your very own personalized version.
 

Make unique puzzles with your favorite photos and a little bit of Mod Podge.
 

Painting rock has always been fun, but what's more fun is decoupaging rocks! Give your pet rock personality with these pet rock decorating ideas.
  

Build a decoupaged house with your favorite colors for an afternoon of fun with action figures and more!


Fidget spinners were all-the-rage a few years back, but did you know you can make your own? Check out the craft below to see how we did it! 


Brush on a little Mod Podge and sprinkle on some glitter to make your summer sunglasses shine!



Keep busy by making stylish jewelry this summer with scrapbook paper and Mod Podge. 
 

Using Fabric Mod Podge, create a simple apple tree for a great educational counting game.
 

Turn those extra dry goods from your pantry into a fun afternoon crafting session. Make any design you want with the endless possibilities of Mod Podge.
 

Missing baseball this summer? Us too! Make this to-go baseball game your kids can play in the car, at the park, and more!


Grow summer fun with this easy decoupaged pot and seed marker project. Your kids will watch in wonder all summer long as their plants grow. 


Summer fun can be educational with this seasonal tree craft!


Reclaim, Recreate, and Relove your child's old toys and create personalized art for their rooms.


Use those seashells from your beach trip to decorate a plain, wooden frame for an extra touch of the ocean in your home.
Happy Crafting!
Posted: 5/21/2020 10:57:50 AM by Brittni Swanson | with 0 comments

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