THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED....but feel free to still leave comments...I love to read them
Look Around....Are your switch plates SCREAMING to be personalized?!?! My current ones didn't coordinate or compliment anything. This is a super easy project and took about 30 minutes.
The possibilities are ENDLESS!!
Sorry, I didn't take step by step pics but I PROMISE....They are so ***SIMPLE***
I saw this project on Mod Podge Rocks
Here are the materials that you will need....
Scrapbook Paper **Mod Podge (I use Matte)**Spray Adhesive**Foam Brush**Outlet or Light switch cover**Scissors, Ruler, Pencil
All you do is trace the outlet cover on the backside of the scrapbook paper. Next, add 1/2in border around what you traced. Trace the outlet holes. Cut out the template (remember to add the 1/2 inch border, and cut out the outlet holes.)
Spray both the outlet cover and scrapbook paper. Allow the adhesive to set up for 1 min then press together, making sure the outlet holes add up. Next, wrap the extra paper around the edges. You may want to do this as you would while wrapping a gift.
Take a pen and from the backside punch a hole where the screw would go. Allow to dry 30 min, and then give it two coats of ModPodge.
TA DA!!!!! There you have it....Totally NEAT, UNIQUE, and PERSONALIZED Outlet Covers.
For Light Switches: You follow the same instructions =)
WOULD YOU LIKE TO WIN ONE???
***I am having my first giveaway***
Here is how it will work:
4 ways to get entries
1.) Leave a comment
2.) Become A Follower: (leave me a comment & let me know)
3.) Mention my blog in a post & link back to this blog: (leave a comment & let me know)
4.) Grab my Button: (leave a comment & let me know)
***You can combine all 4 entries into 1 comment****
And the Winner will Get:
1 of each of these
Your choice of 1 of these
*I will ask the winner for some desired
colors and designs
and email 5 choices*
Now.... Go ahead and leave those comments!!!
Winner will be chosen by Random.org on Friday Night!!
I am linking up to DIY Day at Kimba's. Check it out for more projects...