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Easter Candy Tins

At a Glance:

#2089 Skill Level: Intermediate Time:
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This project features these great brands:

  • Mod Podge Logo
supplies

FolkArt ® Enamels™ - Wicker White, 2 oz.

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $2.59
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Mod Podge ® Matte, 8 oz.

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $7.29
Item available exclusively at Walmart
instructions

Other Supplies

Tissue papers, Easter themed napkins, Flat paint brush, Recycled tin, Hot glue gun, Scissors, Ribbons/embellishments, Ultra fine black permanent marker

Instructions

  1. Basecoat inside and outside of tins Wicker White; let dry.
  2. Choose a tissue paper for background color; cut into small squares. Using Mod Podge, glue squares to cover tin lid layering paper pieces.
  3. Cut out motifs and phrases from napkins. Using Mod Podge, glue onto lid where desired. Using glue gun, add small ribbon bows, gems or other 3-dimensional embellishments as desired; let dry.
  4. Apply topcoat of Mod Podge over entire tin to seal and finish (open tin before sealing); let dry completely.
  5. Use permanent marker to outline designs or personalize.

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Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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