Quick! You’ve got fifteen minutes before the kids’ show ends and you want to get your craft on. What are you going to do? How about make a super cute, cheap, and quick Mouse Trap Clip! Use it by your desk to catch random papers or stick it up in the playroom to display artwork. Come by on Wednesday and I’ll show you how I used it in my craft nook!
UPDATE: Check out my Mouse Trap Gallery Wall that helps me organize my craft desk!
Mouse Trap Clips
- Mouse Traps
- Wire Cutters
- Mod Podge
- Foam Stickers
- Paint Brush
1. Assemble supplies. Except for the Mod Podge, I got everything at the dollar store! The glitter was an awesome find and the quality is good. There were three color schemes to pick from (I’ll show why I needed more than just one color of glitter on Wednesday!)
5. Apply an even coat of Mod Podge. Try to get all around the edges and inside the crevices of the sticker. I also coated the two metal prongs under the letter in MP so that they would disappear in the glitter (and because it was easier than trying to go around them!) We got 15 minutes here,people. We’ve got to choose our battles! :D
7. Tap off any excess glitter. Re-apply Mod Podge and glitter if you missed any spots. Allow to dry slightly before even attempting to remove letter. So hard to wait and you’re probably already hearing the kids getting restless…we’re almost there!