Mod podge mod melts and mod molds cell phone case and baby keepsake box

Last week I shared with you a sea glass jar

and a few coral jars that I created using mod podge collage clay.

I had some time to play with this whole line of mod podge supplies and I created a few other projects I wanted to share with you.
Silver airplane push pins to go in my son's vintage airplane room.
a baby keepsake decoden box for holding treasures from your little one.

and a travel inspired cell phone case

Because the baby keepsake box and the phone case are very similar,
I want to share that tutorial with you here.
Check back on Thursday for a very easy tutorial on how to make the airplane push pins.

These are the supplies that you need to create your own decoden cell phone case.

 You will start by using your glitter mod melts in your mod mold 
{you can pick yours up at Michael's}.
Place your mod melt in your high temp glue gun.
A low temp glue gun works, though it's harder.

Squeeze in your melted mod melt and let it harden for about ten minutes.
Once it's hardened in your mod mold it will pop right out.

I used both collage clay and the collage drizzle paint.

Practice using your collage clay.
There are three different tips that come with your clay.

It's a little bit like icing a cake.

Use your collage drizzle paint to add a little color to your project.

Gently press your mod melt embellishments into your collage clay.
Let your project dry overnight.

Enjoy your completed project!

To make your baby keepsake box, 
 I made a ton of different colored mod mold embellishments using mod melts.

I bought a box and painted it.

I used my star tip on the collage clay to create my keepsake lid top.

Place your mod melts randomly on top.

I added a line of coordinating ribbon around the edge of my box top.
You can use your baby keepsake box at a baby shower for guests to write messages to mom and baby,
or place note cards inside for mom to write down memories when full coherent sentences just aren't happening!

I'm having my best time playing with these mod podge supplies!
What would you create?
Don't forget to come back on Thursday for a full tutorial on how to create the silver airplane push pins.

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