8 Mod Podge Summer Craft Projects For Kids!craftyamy
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
Also find Babble on Pinterest.