12 Mod Podge Crafts You Can Keep Outsidecraftyamy
Most people don’t know that there is an Outdoor Mod Podge. Surprise, surprise! It does exactly what it sounds like – Mod Podges like the other formulas, but provides extra durability so that an item can be kept outdoors. Outdoor Mod Podge, though not completely waterproof, is highly weather-resistant. So you can’t submerge your crafts in water, but they will withstand weather. Jen from Tatertots and Jello made these Mod Podge birdhouses using the formula and they have held up nicely! Are you ready to see more craft projects you can make AND keep outside? Click through the jump!
Pretty Pots 1 of 11This budget project turns clay pots into pretty plant holders.
Find the how-to at Christine Chitnis
Solar Lights 2 of 11Add a thin coat of paint and Mod Podge to the interior of a mason jar to turn into a lantern.
Get the step-by-step at The Hand Me Down House
Plant Stands 3 of 11Use wood circles and beads from the craft store to make bright plant stands.
Learn how to make them at Mod Podge Rocks
Garden Markers 4 of 11Add tags to clear glass stones and attach them to the top of bamboo sticks to make markers.
Find the how-to at Free Range Chick
Garden Hoe 5 of 11Basic wood handles on tools become more interesting and fun with the addition of fabric and Mod Podge.
Get the tutorial from 2 Little Hooligans
Spiffy Bike 6 of 11Use fabric and Mod Podge to revamp an old bicycle.
Learn more about the project at Squidoo
Updated Chair 7 of 11An old outdoor chair that was a dog's chew toy got a revamp with some paint and Mod Podge.
Find out how it was done at The V Spot
Wood Wreath 8 of 11Use regular scrapbook paper and wood circles to create a three dimensional door wreath.
Get the tutorial at Tatertots and Jello
Table Vases 9 of 11This outdoor vase trio was made from PVC pipe, and photos were added with Outdoor Mod Podge. It can withstand a unexpected summer rainstorm!
Find the step-by-step at Mod Podge Rocks
Tablecloth Weights 10 of 11Dress up some washers with Outdoor Mod Podge and paper - then use them as tablecloth weights.
Learn how to make some for yourself at Make It Do
Watering Can 11 of 11Dress up an old watering can with pages from a vintage seed catalog.
See how it was done at Deep Fried Kudzu
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