6 Mod Podge Projects That Willl WOW You
You'll find Mod Podge in just about every crafter's utility belt.
It's a high-gloss glue used mainly for decoupage, which involves decorating objects with colorful paper cut-outs.
READ: Guide to Mod Podge
Add some pizzazz to things like a vintage jewelry box, a photo album, or a scuffed side table that may have seen better days. With a little creativity, you can get some nifty results.
The following crafters have taken their Mod Podge skills above and beyond, proving that you can decoupage just about anything … and we mean anything!
Here's some of our favorite Mod Podge projects we found around the web:
Lynette Loveridge from Get Your Craft On takes crafting with Mod Podge to new heights … literally.
Talk about a custom job! Jenean Morrison puts Mod Podge on wheels with this decoupaged bicycle.
Robyn Story Designs used Chalk Paint® to refinish this old headboard and Mod Podge to decoupage toile tissue paper to the inset of the head and foot board.
Decoupaged Dresser Drawers
Tara Dara gave this old dresser a world of personality with maps and Mod Podge.
Kristine Putt's beautiful decoupaged door certainly makes the guest bathroom easy to find. Click here to learn how to make your own.