When I found these 8" x 8" wood frames at Micheal's, I knew that one of them would be perfect for a Tic-Tac-Toe Traveling Game Board. Today I am going to share how I created the game board with EnviroTex Lite® and Ultra-Seal. And, next week I will share a couple different ways to create the X's and O's for the game.
- EnviroTex Lite®
- Wood frame, 8" x 8" opening
- Decorative paper: 2 5/8" x 2 5/8" (5), 2 5/8" x 2 5/8" (4),
- Mixing cups
- Stir sticks
- Craft brush
Paint the inside and outside of the frame. Let dry. Begin applying the Ultra-Seal™ generously to the inside of the frame at one corner...
Place one of the paper squares on top of the Ultra-Seal, rub into place with your finger. Then, generously apply the Ultra-Seal™ to the top side of the paper. Continue, alternating the papers to create the tic-tac-toe board. Let dry. Apply another layer of the Ultra-Seal™. Let dry.
Mix together equal amounts of the EnviroTex Lite® hardener and resin into a cup and stir for 2 minutes.
Pour into a second cup and stir for another minute. Pour the resin into the frame. Use a lighter to remove any air bubbles that may rise to the surface.
Let dry for 24 hours.
I love how this turned out and would even use it for a piece of ART on my wall...Come back next week to see how to create the X's and O's to complete the game!!
Labels: Ann Butler, Envirotex Lite, Home Decor