decorative pillow cases DIY Rorschach Inkblot Trivets customized gifts for mom
Before we jump into this tutorial I have a question， what do you see on these trivets？ Leave a comment at the end of this post letting us know. I’；m so curious!
I took a psychology class in college and became pretty obsessed with all the personality tests we learned about， especially the Rorschach Inkblot Test. I’；m also an ENFP on the Myers-Briggsdecorative pillow cases， and you？ I was inspired by this test to create a new spin on our Kid Art Trivets tutorial. I ended up making a bunch because I just loved how different they all turned out. Now I just want to have friends over so I can find out what they see.family pillow cover
Learn how to make Rorschach Inkblot Trivets after the jump…；
6×；6 inch White Tiles–； Mod Podge–； Paper–； Acrylic Paint–； Foam Brush–； Wax Paper–； Scissors–； Cork roll or 6×；6 inch cork tiles–； Acrylic Sealer–； Polyurethane Spray
Place your tile on a piece of white paper and trace around. Measure about 1/8 of an inch in on each edge and cut， so that the piece of paper is a bit smaller than the tile. ？Cut a piece of wax paper the same size.
Fold your wax paper in half.
Open it back up and drop a few drops of black paint on one side.
Fold the wax paper again.
Press it down with your palm so that the black paint spreads out.
Open it up to reveal your design， and then press the wet paint side onto the paper.
Remove the wax paper to reveal your image.
Make a few designs to use and choose from.
Once the paint is dry， spray both sides of the paper with acrylic sealer and let dry.
The acrylic sealer helps keep the paper from getting really bumpy after you apply Mod Podge.
Complete your trivet by adding Mod Podge， a polyurethane seal， and a cork base. You can find Jaime’；s detailed instructions for these steps on her？Kid Art Trivet Tutorial.
For every new and innovative product or style introduced in interior design there will still always be a group of people who are loyal to timeless fashions of the past whether it be the swinging sixties or flower power seventies. Sitting at the cross roads between the contemporary and the retro; mod style introduces and reinvents classic pieces of design in a new, modern and funky way.
This sewing tutorial showing you how to make baby burp cloths from vintage handkerchiefs first appeared on this blog a few years ago, long before many of you were readers. I’m reposting it today because it’s one of my favorites and I hope that you enjoy it too! If you like this project you may also like this Vintage Handkerchief Baby Quilt tutorial.??