Puffy Dimensional Paint Jewelry! Great Kid Craft!

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Introduction: Puffy Dimensional Paint Jewelry! Great Kid Craft!

About: Hi! My name is Natalie! I have an awesome husband that lets me be a Play-at-home mom of 3! We homeschool and do projects daily! Check out my blog Doodlecraft for more awesomeness!

We had a blast making Puffy dimensional Paint
Bracelets, watches, wristbands and even headbands!

Perfect craft for boys or girls, young or old!

Step 1: Supplies!

These are so simple.  You'll need:

Wax paper
Puffy dimensional paint
Pattern or picture to follow
Ribbon or yarn

Step 2: Custom Jelly Bands!

Printed off some fun pictures online and put a
piece of wax paper over the top of it.
Tape the wax paper on a piece of foam core board...
then you can move it around later for drying.

Carefully draw the images with the puff paints.

Until you are satisfied.
Mix different colors for more awesomeness.
Make sure the lines are all connected...thick and wont be a
problem when you peel off the wax paper.

Then move these somewhere safe...like the top of the fridge...
then let them dry overnight.

Step 3: Wear Your Paint Proudly!

Now, you can peel the wax paper off.
Easy on some...others stick more.

Just run them through some water and it
will peel right off the puff paints.

Then you can add yarn and tie them on to enjoy!

Step 4: Totally Awesome!

Boys loved this Omnitrix from Ben10!

The possibilities are endless!  You could use glow in the dark paint too
for some fun Halloween jewelry! 

Hope you like this!  I decided it would be a fun and very different jewelry option to
enter in the jewelry contest!  Please vote for me!  :)

More fun craft ideas found at doodlecraft!

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    6 months ago

    It is awesome It looks cute

    Did you have any problems with it sticking to or staining the skin of the models?

    This is so cool!

    Super cool:) so trying it:)

    So cool! Is it durable do they last through many wears?

    Hey where did u get all those cool designs

    I made some too

    Oh yes, these would be perfect for ornaments! These actually stick to windows too...like window clings! Great for ALL holidays! :) And...yes, snowflakes! Thanks!

    Amazing! Thanks for posting a pic! I love them on shoes...now I'll have to make more! Thank you! :)