Look Now! Something that every single man needs to have on hand & in pocket! If you ever have had the chance for a spontaneous, spur of the moment date, you will have wanted to have this MoJo kit in your pocket ready to go! Ever been asked on a date or seen a potential date and you just weren't prepared enough and you had to turn it down? Now you will be confident and ready to have a date out anytime! Included is everything you need for a romantic, fun & exciting date. Everything except the date! Look at this as a self full filling prophecy of sorts. Making a MoJo kit is an affirmation of one of life's greatest dreams! Grab a tin to alter and make and Go For It!
All you need is an Altoids or similar tin. Some silk or velvet material to line it with, inside and out. optional ribbon and multi-position chart. The perfect accouterments to fit inside. Preparing you for your next spontaneous date! Feel lucky? It's your lucky day! Feel like dreaming big? Come get started! Only you can do it! My suggestions and advice are sure to help!
Included are hints and tips on preparing for a date in real life. Getting the first kiss. How to get a phone number, touching, why "Love is blind? And more.
Step 1: Trace, Size, Cut & Place.
To make your MoJo kit, pick out suitable fabric. I suggest if you want to pimp your tin out, use blue velvet or silk. Felt, faux fur, denim, corduroy, velour or leather is suitable too. Use an old pair of your own pants, shirt, bandanna or jacket to bring more of your personal MoJo to the tin. It's going to be dynamic!
Trace the tin lid and bottom onto a clean sheet of white paper.
Label the top piece from the bottom.
Cut out pattern pieces along the trace lines.
Pin onto your fabric.
Cut around the fabric of your choice using scissors, following the pattern line.
Apply a layer of heavy glue like mod podge to the top of the tin.
Carefully apply fabric to the glue on the lid.
Use a roller or your hand to smooth any rough spots. Let dry. Repeat bottom inside, top and bottom.
Optional-If the tin is embossed, you can place a piece of duct tape over it to minimize the effect before gluing the fabric down.