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  • Lisa (mOMMYING oN tHE fLY)

    DIY scratch cards, neat idea for cards and kid activities!

  • Meagan Whitt

    Pop-up marketing idea. ArtMind: How to make a scratch off lottery ticket? People love scratch tickets!

  • Julie Hermanson

    DIY scratch off cards... good idea for greeting cards, party invites...

  • Kate Holzman

    DIY scratch off tickets with instructions - what a fun idea!

  • Lauren McKinney

    DIY scratch tickets - reward system? free homework pass, extra bathroom pass? would be cool to use somehow.

  • Misty Altizer

    diy scratch lottery tickets - Great idea for kids prizes

  • Audrey Estupinan
    • 3 years ago

    We tried this at our party. It was simple to make but it took awhile to keep the message from showing through. It also was a little tough to scratch off. I think I should have used the expensive (car model) paint instead of the cheap craft acrylic paint.

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