Here is another project using Mod Podge. I was inspired by David at Cheltenham Road
who always has fabulous projects using Mod Podge and colourful graphics. David once used a map on a lamp and I think maps have great colours and graphics and add a personal touch. Maps are great as mementoes for people who either live in the area or have travelled or married somewhere in the world other than home.
I created some 2" x 2" pine from my rough stock. Two of my holders were shellacked, and one was painted white.
The first holder I cut 4 1/4" long and drilled 7 pencil holes. The map is a local one and extends all the way around the block:
The second holder is painted white and the city map is on the top, where the 7 holes are and then continues down the front of the 4 5/8" long block:
The third pencil holder is 8" long and has 15 holes in it. The map is local and extends completely around like the first one:
So far, I've made three of these holders, but hope to sell more through my etsy shop where they can be customized to whatever place buyers choose.
Sharing at the following blog parties:
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Labels: home accessories, map, pine