Halloween Charms with Mod Podge

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Did you see my fun haul I got from Plaid with a bunch of Mod Podge products? One of the items I was most excited to use was the Podgeable Shapes. As soon as I saw them, the ideas started to flow. But I knew that I had to make something fun for this Halloween. I started it out to make a necklace for Baby Girl Barker, but somehow I made a lot more than expected (I guess I kinda got carried away!) But I’m glad that I did. Because after making them, I realized they would make awesome ornaments as well.

Supplies:

  • Halloween Vinyl Images
  • Podgeable Shapes by Mod Podge
  • Glitter Mod Podge
  • Paint Brush
  • Ribbon

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I started by cutting out the shapes I wanted in black vinyl. I cut mine according to the sizes ranging from .75x.75’-1.5×2.5’ (find the sizes of each size on the back of the podgeable shapes packaging) Then placed them onto the shape

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Once all the images were on, I used the fun glitter Mod Podge to seal it as well as give it a fun effect.

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The best part of this project, the Mod Podge didn’t take much time to dry. So although I did a whole bunch of shapes, it wasn’t long before I got to play around and hang them up with the little strips of ribbon!

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Last year I got a fun lack cardboard tree, but never had anywhere to put it, or a way to decorate it. But these ended up perfect to add a little spice along with a Halloween themed banner!

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Oh, and the over large bird on top…he’s just the new “pet” for a month or so!

I wrote this post as part of a paid campaign with Plaid Crafts and Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.

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Comments

  1. What a cute idea! My kids would love to have a Halloween tree like that. I love how simple the charms are. I had no idea they make Mod Podge with glitter in it. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Cute way to use the shapes! I like that they’re festive but not scary.

  3. Your little charms are adorable!

    gail

  4. Oh I love this! I would never have thought of a charm tree…just perfect!

  5. This is an adorable project, great for a necklace and decorations! I stopped by to thank you for linking up and participating in our Boo game!

    Bonny @ thedomesticatedprincess.com

  6. Absolutely adorable. I love it.

  7. Very cute. So the shapes are specific with modgepodge? I wonder if you could use something else or make your own.

  8. So cute! Love the tree!

  9. so cute and love how quick and easy of a project it is!

  10. Very cute – my kids would love to make something like this – we love decorating for Halloween around here.

  11. Now this is something I could handle. I’m into more of the cute Halloween stuff than the scary, so you did a perfect job!! Very cute idea!

  12. These are too cute! I think I’m going to have to do some of these!

  13. Those are so so cute!! Great tutorial. 🙂

  14. These turned out adorable!!!

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