Hey everyone! It's Megan from Homemade Ginger again and I'm back with a sweet little tutorial just in time for back to school! I can't believe the time has already arrived for backpacks, school supplies and the end of summer. My daughter started first grade a few days ago and I'm always thinking up ways to personalize her things that she takes to school so that they don't get lost or confused with any one else's stuff. I came up with these little personalized key chains that can be put on keys, a backpack or lunch box. I even have one attached to my keys and I love it! It's the perfect size so that I can easily find them in my purse. These would also be a fun teacher gift!
- Wooden Circles (found at any craft store)
- Craft Knife
- Mod Podge (matte or glossy works)
- Mod Podge Dimensional Magic
- Craft Paper
- Acrylic Paint
Step One: The first thing you will want to do is paint your circles. I used colors that contrasted with the craft paper. I kind of like that mismatched look, but you could do whatever! You also may want to drill holes in your circles at this point.
Step Two: Cut your craft paper to fit the wooden circle. At this point, you will want to use the craft knife to cut out your letters. If you have a Silhouette or Cricut, you could do that instead. I just did it the old fashioned way.
Step Four: Once the Mod Podge is dry, use the Dimensional Magic on top. I did a relatively thin layer but you could build it up thicker if you like that look. This isn't pictured, but I actually stuck toothpicks in the holes to keep them from closing up while the Dimensional Magic dried.
Please pop over to Homemade Ginger and see all the things that I've been crafting up lately! I also have some big home decor projects coming up that you won't want to miss out on. Or you can follow along on Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest!