Top 10 Mod Podge Projects of the Yearcraftyamy
When I’m not talking about DIY and craft projects here at The New Home Ec, I’m blogging about Mod Podge over at Mod Podge Rocks. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, I suggest swinging by my site – Mod Podge is the world’s best glue, sealer and finish. It’s my favorite craft supply of all time. I really love it!
I feature Mod Podge projects on a daily basis from the crafting community (including my own tutorials), so I thought for the end of the year I would do a roundup of the top ten from my site. I didn’t say these are the “best” . . . I’ll leave your favorites up to you . . . these are simply the 2011 posts with the most visits. If you’ve never Mod Podged before, I think you’ll be surprised at how much it can do. I also really believe you’re going to love using it – there are a lot of addicts out there, just like me.
One resource I also wanted to share is the Mod Podge formula guide I wrote – it will help you decide what type is right for your project. Now continue through the jump to enjoy some fun and easy Mod Podge projects!
Chalkboard Place Cards 1 of 10Use free vintage printables, Mod Podge and chalkboard paint to decorate these place cards.
Get the step-by-step at Mod Podge Rocks
DIY Bird Canvases 2 of 10Ashley shows you how to make beautiful wall art with paper, Mod Podge and paint.
See how she did it at Under the Sycamore
Bangle Bracelets 3 of 10Decorate simple wood bracelets with paint, paper and embellishments for instant jewelry.
Learn more about the project at Mod Podge Rocks
Doily Wall Art 4 of 10Use doilies from the $1 bin to make bright and cheery wall art.
Read the instructions at Mod Podge Rocks
Comic Book Coasters 5 of 10Man Podger David shows you how to make comic book coasters that are perfect for the geek or comic lover in your life.
Find the step-by-step at Mod Podge Rocks
Silhouette Gift Tags 6 of 10These gift tags double as ornaments and are completely reusable.
Get the instructions at Mod Podge Rocks
Shrinky Dink Necklace 7 of 10Shrinky Dinks, Sharpies and Mod Podge Dimensional Magic come together to make a fun and interesting bird pendant.
See how it was done on Mod Podge Rocks
Charley Harper Art 8 of 10This wall art took less than 30 minutes to make, and is the most basic of all Mod Podge projects (perfect for beginners).
Learn how to do it yourself at Mod Podge Rocks
Boden Necklace 9 of 10Add art to a wood pendant and top it off with Mod Podge Dimensional Magic.
Find the how-to at Mod Podge Rocks
Popsicle Stick Bracelets 10 of 10Regular popsicle sticks become awesome jewelry in this easy tutorial - just add paper and Mod Podge.
Get the instructions at Bles-Id
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Disclaimer: This was not a sponsored post; I am also not employed by Plaid, makers of Mod Podge (the brand is trademarked and I have explicit, written use of the name and logo).