Create this unique Piggy Pen Holder with Mod
Podge. Your desk will be so whimsical; you just might look forward to doing
homework! Laura Bray created this great back to school project. This is a
beginner level craft that will take up to 2 hours to create. This project is
simple, however kids should not do this without some parental supervision. In
order to fit the pencils in the pig, holes will need to be drilled and this is
definitely not something a child should do. Below are all the supplies you will
need, along with their instructions. To see more creative project by Laura
visit her blog here.
Paper mache pig,
Foam paintbrush, Fabric scraps, Power drill and bit
your fabric scraps into small pieces.
a brush, apply Mod Podge to pig and then smooth the fabric scraps onto the
the entire surface of the pig is covered with fabric, apply a light coat of Mod
Podge over the entire covered surface.
Allow to dry and then apply a second coat.
on the size of the pig, figure out how many holes you can place for pen
holders. When the pig is completely dry,
carefully drill holes into the center of the back of the pig. Use a drill bit that is the same size as the
pens or pencils you want to place in the pen holder. Make sure the whole go all the way
any rough edges down, and put pens and pencils into holder.