I held my monthly kid's class on monday and this is what the girlies made. Dry Erase frames. I used the just retired Storybook designer series paper for the inside of the frame. Trying to use it all up! Keep the glass on top so that you can write on it like I did below. Then take ribbon of your choice to decorate. I used the brand new very vintage designer series buttons with the white baker's twine.
They also made these modge podge glass plates. I took the retired Everyday Enchantment paper and had them tear good size pieces. Once they had them all torn, they added some modge podge to the back of the plate, begin to cover your plate with the different patterns of the paper. Once completed, let dry. Once dry, paint the back of the plate with acrylic paint color of your choice, then at a last coat of the modge podge( not dishwasher safe of course).
I used an olive green paint for the back.
This is how they turned out below. CUTE!
Here are the girls working on their plates.......