You can then tape the sticks together to hold it in place while you Mod Podge.
Turn the sticks over and have the kids put on a layer of Mod Podge. Then, you can put a thin layer on the picture you chose and lay it on the sticks.
Next, you can put a layer of Mod Podge over the top.
The last step is to use an Exacto knife to slice between the sticks. After you’re done cutting, they’re ready to play. The puzzles proved to be the perfect amount of challenge for the girls.
Wow, this is so simple, yet so fun! It does look kind of challenging to put together. Thanks for linking up to Thinky Linky Thursday!
Lori @ Cachey Mama’s Classroom
Thanks. It was a tad challenging, but I was impressed with the girls, and I had fun with it too.
So fun!! I love this idea. Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!
The kids are really enjoying these. Thanks for commenting.
Is there any problems with using home printed photos? I am worried the mod podge will smear the photo…
I wouldn’t use an actual picture. I don’t believe they Mod Podge well. I would scan and copy them.