Want to craft with the kids this summer but aren’t sure what to make? You can guess what I’m going to suggest – Mod Podge something! Mod Podge is great to use with children because it’s non-toxic AND it’s not a hard art supply to master. Kids also just love to use it! I’ve found some Mod Podge projects to do with your children that will be a blast – like these Mod Podged yo-yos. After the fun of crafting is done, then you have a cool toy to play with. Want more Mod Podge summer craft ideas? Click through the jump!
Comic Cuff 1 of 7Children will love incorporating their favorite comic books into this easy to make bracelet.
Get the tutorial at Something Monumental
Patriotic Lanterns 2 of 7You just need tissue paper and old glass jars to make fun and festive party lanterns.
Visit the Tinyprints blog to learn how
Chalkboard Purse 3 of 7Let kids help you paint the pages of an old board book - make sure to use acrylic based chalkboard paint! This drawing book will keep them busy for hours.
Get the step-by-step at Mod Podge Rocks
Fabric Bowl 4 of 7Kids will love helping you use up your favorite scraps to make a cute and colorful bowl.
Learn how at Hazel and Honeysuckle
Story Discs 5 of 7Turn regular wood disks into storytelling tools by painting and then adding Mod Podged paper shapes and characters.
Learn how they were made at Red Bird Crafts
Kids Magnets 6 of 7Let the kids do the stamping and decorating of the clothespins - what a fun way to hang up their summer artwork!
Get the how-to at The Country Chic Cottage
Tin Purse 7 of 7An old CD tin becomes a little girl's purse. Let them help you cut up the papers and decorate the tin with Mod Podge.
See how it was made at Mod Podge Rocks