Make Your Own Game Pieces Using Mod Melts & Molds

Make Your Own Game Piece Using Mod Podge Melts and Molds

It’s summer, which means the kiddos are home for over 2 months straight.  We’ve been going to the pool, playing a little golf, and taking a few trips, but some days you just need to be home.    So, we have been trying to come up with a few indoor activities for rainy days, and this one is my absolute FAVORITE!!!  Kate and I used Mod Podge’s new Mod Melts and Molds along with a chalkboard painted tile, we made our very own Tic Tac Toe board and game pieces.  This was such a fun project!

Here is how we did it…

Make Your Own Game Piece Using Mod Podge Melts and Molds Supplies

Supplies:

High Temp Hot Glue Gun

Mod Melts in Milk Glass White

Mod Mold

Acrylic Paint

Paint Dauber
Make Your Own Game Piece Using Mod Podge Melts and Molds Step 1We let our glue gun heat up then inserted one of the mod melt sticks and squirted it into the molds.

Make Your Own Game Piece Using Mod Podge Melts and Molds Step 2We chose to use the butterfly and owl.  You need to let it dry for about 10 minutes, then pop out.

Make Your Own Game Piece Using Mod Podge Melts and Molds Step 3Then use the paint dauber to dab the paint onto each piece.

Make Your Own Game Piece Using Mod Podge Melts and Molds Game PiecesHow cute are these???

Make Your Own Game Piece Using Mod Podge Melts and Molds Game PieceNow it’s time to get your game on!

Chalkboard Tic Tac ToeButterflies win!

Owl Hair ClipWe also made Kate some cute little hairclips using the mod melts…I can see these being used A TON around here!

So, what do you think?  Will you be trying these amazing Mod Melts and Molds?

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This post was sponsored by Blueprint Social and Plaid…all opinions are 100% mine, and as promised, always real!

Wanna see some other fabulous projects using Mod Melts???  Check out these amazing projects…


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  1. says

    I’ve been seeing these Mod Podge melts all over blogland and wondered what they were exactly!! Too adorable!! I wish my daughter was still young!!~~Anglea


  2. says

    Jessica this is awesome! What a clever way to use mod melts!

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