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I work in a field where I occasionally need a screwdriver, and I bought a new one last weekend. It is a perfectly functional tool so, rationally, I know that it is just as good as the one I was replacing, but the one I was replacing was pink. This one is not. Clearly, the only remedy for this situation was a craft project.
These are the things you will need to decoupage a screwdriver:
- A screwdriver
- A metal file
- Magazines (or another source of pictures)
- Mod Podge or other decoupage glue
- A brush for the glue (I used an old toothbrush)
The reason why I love using Mod Podge glue is because it doubles as the glue and the sealant in one. This way, once you finish sticking on all the photos, all you have to do is cover the whole thing in one more coat of the Mod Podge and leave the project to dry.