One of my favorite things to do with Mod Podge is make gift items. Man Podger Walter has come up with a great way to use old wood scraps and make a fancy gift for a friend. One idea that came to mind when Walter showed me this project was a keychain with my blog logo. Wouldn't that be fun? Here's how Walter did it!
Here's how you can make a key chain with any images that you fancy. I used an image of a fish, because I just love fishing. Why not use images with typography? I am thinking monograms? Names? Images from favorite places? You have so many options!
- Assortment of smaller wood pieces, like kid's building blocks or small scraps of wood. I never throw any scrap pieces away!
- Screw Eyes
- Key chain findings
- Papers you like
- Mod Podge (I used Hard Coat)
Step 2: Prime the piece of wood with FolkArt, let dry. Lay out the images in the order to how you will decoupage. I used Hard Coat to decoupage and seal the final result. Remember, this is a keychain that will be heavily used, hence a strong sealer is ideal for durability. Let dry.