So, I’m pretty sure that Little Crafter was just as excited as I was when we unpacked our box o’ fun and saw all the different kinds of Mod Podge to play with! He was particularly excited that there was one just for kids, and told me we needed to make something with it. Well, I do have a reputation to uphold as one artsy mama, so how could I say no?
After drying, we could add embellishments like ribbon. If you were going to make a Halloween tree or hang them from the ceiling or light fixture, you could do that too, but since ours were going to sit in a bowl, we didn’t actually need hangers.
This one uses purple and orange tissue paper and Sparkle Mod Podge.
For this one, we were going for a candy corn effect, so we used white, yellow, and orange tissue paper. This time, we played with the Super Gloss Mod Podge. It definitely came out shiny!
This one is simple; just purple tissue paper and Sparkle Mod Podge…can you tell we both love glitter?
Either way, it’s a quick and easy project, and cheap too! All you need are the ornaments which you can get for $1 a piece or less, scrap tissue paper, and Mod Podge. This total project cost me less than $10; not bad for a centerpiece.