I got these amazing digi files of mandalas a while ago and have been dying to use them, so when I had the opportunity to work with Mod Podge I knew i had to crate something with them.
I started with some gold plastic coins my kids got as a fun little party favor, and decoupaged the printed digi files to the coins on both sides. Here is a video on how I made these fun art tokens.
I cut the images out and used the Matte and Glossy Mod Podge to glue and seal the digi papers to the plastic coins. It worked like a charm. I did both sides, and one side I left plain, and they look amazing.
The digi files were a perfect fit for size of the coins, and the Mod Podge took care of the rest!
One the other size of the coin I added little dots of paint from various brands of 3D paint such as Nuvo drops, Liquid Pearls, and Scribbles. I went with the colors of the mandalas to make them fun!
The rings of extra color really help make these token pop!
Mod Podge is celebrating 50 years of amazing crafting, and with this fun celebration there are events and prizes galore!!
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Here is the full list of fun events, click on the image below to head to the Plaid Facebook page to play along!!
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