You know what I love about Mod Podge? Well, one thing, anyway. It’s always there waiting for you, ready to go at a moment’s notice. I also love the easy clean up, its nontoxic nature and the fun factor of working with something so simple.
To make these little plastic dog tags for kids (or kids-at-heart), you will need the following items:
- Fabric Mod Podge
- Plastic dog tags (I found these at Joann’s in the kid’s summer craft section)
- Fabric scraps
- Card stock (optional)
Apply the Mod Podge to the right side of your fabric scraps. Remember to do this on wax paper or aluminum foil to keep your work surface clean. Allow to dry. Using the template included with the tags, trace onto the wrong side of your fabric taking care to center any design element you wish to highlight. Cut out the piece and apply to the tag with more Mod Podge.
Use card stock for the insert on the second tag of the pair. Stamp or write the pertinent information on the card stock before inserting into the tag.
Put both tags on the ring and you are ready to go. Send your kids off to camp with easy identifiers for their bags and belongings. Or put them on your own bags for a whimsical touch. Make it your key chain or use them to easily identify various keys for things around your home–garage, shed, etc. It’s completely up to you.