12 Simple Mod Podge Craft Ideas for Springcraftyamy
I don’t have to tell you how much I love Mod Podge, because you already know. If you have never used it, I promise that you are missing out – so I’m encouraging you to try one of these simple spring projects to get your feet wet! I’ve picked a collection of Mod Podge projects that are not only spring-y but that I believe would be perfect for a beginner. These spring flower pots are a great example. Ready to get started? Click through the jump to see more!
Doily Canvases 1 of 11These canvases were made by Mod Podging paper to canvas, then adding colorful $1 doilies right on top.
Get the step-by-step at Mod Podge Rocks
Gingham Trays 2 of 11These pretty party trays were made using fabric and dollar store supplies.
Learn more about the project at Momtastic
Bud Vase 3 of 11Brighten your living space with a dollar store vase covered in bright paper and flowers.
See how it was made at Mod Podge Rocks
Floral Charm 4 of 11This easy to make pendant would look cute with your spring wardrobe.
Find the instructions at Plaid Kids' Crafts
Sunglass Holder 5 of 11For those who have a bunch of sunglasses, revamp a spoon holder to store your collection.
Get the step-by-step at Madigan Made
Spring Canvas 6 of 11I love this quote and polka dot tree, which are easily Mod Podged to a canvas for instant art.
Find the how-to at Less Cake More Frosting
Lace Vase 7 of 11You would never guess that this vase started out as a water bottle.
Get the instructions at Homework
Floral Lights 8 of 11Cover simple plastic cups with paper to make fun spring lights.
Visit the post at Rebecca's DIY (site in Swedish, use Google Translate)
Bold Mirror 9 of 11A simple mirror gets a bold revamp with paint and Mod Podge.
Learn more about the project at Plaid Crafts
Yeah Spring Sign 10 of 11This was made using a simple $1 store base as well as stash paper and embellishments.
Find out how to do it yourself at Mod Podge Rocks
Spring Votives 11 of 11Small, recycled glass jars get a makeover with a little bit of fabric and Mod Podge.
Get the instructions at My Many Colored Days
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