Jar lids, spray paint (I like to paint the jar lids so they look pretty), scissors, paint brush, mod podge, Easy Cast clear casting epoxy, glitter, glitter glue, images (these can be photos, magazine images, drawings, whatever!) children's medicine measuring cups, a jar for mixing, a plastic knife, magnets. All these things are things you already own or can be found and purchased at Hobby Lobby.
Step 2: Cut Out Images
After you have spray painted your lids and they are dry and you can no longer see the brand name under the paint you're ready to trace and cut out images. Pick an image you like and place the lid over it. Trace with a sharpie around the lid then cut out your picture.
Step 3: Coating Images With Glue
I cannot emphasize enough how important it is that you completely coat and seal the front, back, and sides of your image. I put two semi thick coats on the from and the back and a good globby coat on the side. Let the glue dry completely.
Step 4: Placing Image Inside Lid
After you have thoroughly covered the front, back, and side of your image and allowed the glue to dry place a dot of glue inside the lid and place your image inside. I like to add another layer of glue once the image is inside paying close attention to the sides.
Step 5: Adding Glitter And Embelishments
After the glue from your last layer has dried you can jazz up your image by place small 3D objects inside, drawing with glitter glue, adding glitter powder and bobble eye etc.
Bio:Hola! I'm Kait, but you can call me Que Tal! I'm an artist and printmaker living in Albuquerque New Mexico with my husband and 4 year old son. I love all things silly, colorful, and quirky. I love ani...read more »