It isn't often that you can find a project with fabric scraps and Mod Podge and come out with something useful. But, this project uses the strips from your fabric stash with a bit of shelving liner and Mod Podge. It's a great way to create a completely customized addition to your home office or workspace. They're also great for distance learning kids and want some fun flare to spice up their schooling area.
These easy steps can have you with a usable mouse pad in about twenty minutes.
In ten easy steps, you can whip up a mouse pad to brighten up your work area. The touchy element of this project is the Mod Podge. How thick your Mod Podge is will determine how long it takes to dry. The thinner the layer, the faster it will dry, and the faster it will dry. Considering you want three Mod Podge layers, it is advantageous to keep your layers as thin as possible.
Now that everyone is working from home, or learning remotely, it is important to be comfortable in your workspace and enjoy your tools. Creating your own mouse pad is a great way to personalize your desk. If you make a mouse pad using our tutorial, be sure to tag us on Instagram! We love seeing your creations. If you are having trouble purchasing something on our website, please feel free to contact us.