Let the Podging BeginI kind of have a love affair with Mod Podge. I hadn't so much as held a bottle of it until a year ago, and now it's one of my favorite crafting tools! These projects are majorly getting my juices flowing (percolating?) for my next Mod Podge endeavor.
Feast yer eyes on these lovelies and be inspired to create something of your own!
Decoupaged Apothecary Jars
Tricia of Simplicity in the South put these awesome containers together using vintage labels and a little Mod Podge. My mind just exploded thinking about all the ways I could alter an old glass jar to give it some serious va-va-voom!
Map Covered Crate
this bomb looking crate using a map and a plain old crate from Michael's. Love, love the map look. Need I say more?
Faux Cranberry Glass
Carolyn from Homework shared how she made this set of expensive looking cranberry glass jars, for just a couple bucks!
Decorative Napkin covered Globe
Viviennne of The V Spot showed off her revamped globe using party napkins. I love that print!
Computer Printed Paper Lamp Shade
Barb of Second Chance to Dream made an old lamp shade new with ease. Plus she even shares a tip for keeping the colors from smearing when applying 'podge.
Mod Podge Map Clock
Tricia of Simplicity in the South? Any thrift store clock can be the wow factor on the wall with a trendy background and Mod Podge. She makes it look so easy. :)
Botanical Coasters Hack
Uncommon Designs Online turned a set of 99 Cent store cork coasters into beauties, using 'podge to seal in the paint and make them water resistant.
Children's Book Page Boxes
Robyn of All Things Heart and Home did with her old books! Wouldn't this be a cute way to store cards, or wrap presents and give as a gift?
Coffee Filter Lamp Shade
Vilma of Lampada made this lamp for her Etsy Shop. She makes and sells these couture looking lamps, all made from inexpensive materials like wire and coffee filters. You've got to go see her collection!
Napkin Mirror Makeover
Anthro Inspired Collage Art Plates
Jessica Mad in Crafts pulls off this Anthro inspired craft flawlessly. She has an extremely well written tutorial on how she turned thrift store plates into a work of art (she saved $1600!!!). No reason to ever throw a decorative plate away. Just make it over!
Easy Way to Make Subway Art (no die cuts required!)
Amy of Mod Podge Rocks! didn't have a cutting machine, so she figured out a simple way to get the look without the hassle. Thanks, Amy, I see myself making some subway art like this very very soon!
Real vs. Fake Mod Podge: An Experiment
You've seen all those recipes on Pinterest about how to make your own Mod Podge on the cheap. I tried my hand at making a DIY batch, and then compared it side by side to the real deal. I was surprised by what I saw! (hint: I'll be sticking with the real stuff from now on!)
Revamped Side Table
Barbara at Chase the Star, well done!).
Mod Podged Pumpkins
Worthington Court shows off some sweet and bright decoupaged faux pumpkins! Pinning this for later :D
Have you been inspired by these decoupage crafts? There's even more to see on my Hometalk board. Click through to see them all!
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